DIY Personalized Invitations, Numbered Cards and Tickets - Create a .PDF to print to your printer.
Click to select any text block, number or image in the designer. Drag to position. Mouse-wheel to re-size. Color - Font etc to style text.
If no Number or Barcode is entered (sequentially numbered cards or tickets), only 1 page will be created (They're all the same).
If 1 or more Numbers, Personalized names, and/or Barcodes are entered, all prints will be included in the PDF, with incremental numbers, or individual names. This will create multiple pages.
Click Text then Add Multiple Web Fonts to add ~ 54 new Web Fonts.
Or Choose from over 800 Google Web Fonts, then click Add 1 Web Font and enter the font name to add to selection.
Step by Step
Demo Border Backgrounds. Click to Load. Borders stretch to fit current card size. Set Rows and Columns to suit (not stretched or squashed)
Kids Birthday Party Invitation Ideas (Click for images of Invitation Cards)
To add horizontal lines, enter repeating underscore characters (Shift + Minus sign) _____________________ in the Add Text box.
To set a background image, add an image (or click to select an existing image), then click Set Image as Background
Check Stretch to Fit checkbox to stretch the background image to the dimensions of the card. (before you set it)
Once set as background, the image will not be draggable or re-sizeable, and all other images and text will appear on top of the background.
To remove the background, click Remove Background. You can select any image in the designer and set it as the background.
Enter Comma Separated List of Names (or any Text) below to personalize (add different Name to each Card)
Directly enter (or copy + paste) a comma separated list of Names above, or hit Personalized Choose File and browse to a comma separated text (.TXT) file containing multiple Names, sayings etc to display different text on each card. Check the Random box to randomly arrange the list, or uncheck for the same order as the .txt file. The longest name in the list is displayed in the designer, so you can be sure they all fit.
Hit to load a short list of Fortune Cookie Quotes, or to load a list of random names. Mouse over the Personalized number to cycle through the list. Or right click Fortune Cookie Quotes and choose "Save link as.." to download a longer list.
Create Individual Images of Cards or Tickets to print or eMail as Attachments
If you're using Google Chrome browser, you can create individual images for each Card or Ticket to print or eMail as an attachment. Using Chrome, under the 'Create PDF' tab you'll see the option to create individual images and/or a PDF file. The images will be saved in your Download folder, or whichever folder you've set as the download folder in Chrome. Go to Settings - Advanced - Downloads to check or change your preferred download folder location. A maximum of 100 card images can be created in one go, so if you need more, increment the start number and create multiple batches.
Save a template image for future events.
Add background, images and text relevant to all events, but leave out specific details like dates, etc. Do not include ticket numbers or barcodes. Right click the designer and choose 'Save image as..' to save the template image as a background. For future events, load the saved template image, then check the 'Stretch to Fit' box and click the 'Set Image as Background' button to set the template image as a background. Add text, numbers, barcodes etc relevant to your current event (dates etc) to quickly create new cards or tickets with the same theme as before.
No Mouse? Hold down the CTRL key and use < and > Keyboard keys to re-size images and text.
Or ALT and < or > for image or text opacity.
Select alternate character sets, and click keys below to select (character will appear in Add Text box above)
If you're using Windows 10 and the print file (.XPS) won't open, you'll need to re-install the XPS Viewer app.
With Windows 10, you can convert the XPS Print File to PDF. Open the XPS file, choose Print from the File Menu, then choose Windows Print to PDF as the Select Printer option.
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