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Swing Card Templates. Pre-marked Guides
The guide lines are faintly drawn on the designer, so you can position elements correctly on the card before printing, cutting and folding.
The center rectangle is the 'swing' section that rotates as the card is opened, so you'll need to create a second Swing Card design for the back. Design the entire back of the card, or just the central rectangle that swings into view when the card is closed.
Once the fronts of the cards are printed, turn the pages over and print the backs with the second (back) design. The center rectangle on the back is in view when the card is closed.
After printing, cut the solid guide lines, then fold the dashed guide lines (not the central rectangle), to create the Swing Card.
Personalized Individually Named Swing Cards can add a great touch to a special occasion.
Watch the short video to see how a finished Swing Card works, and where to cut and fold.
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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