Some of you design your own Christmas cards using specialised software on your computer.
To assist in this task I have provided a few Australian images for you to copy and paste into your project. Here is Help in learning greeting card design.
The Lorikeet, a medium sized parrot, found in eastern Australia, arriving in a home garden. Then they posed for the photo above.
Feel free to use any of my images on your Christmas cards. Just right click on an image and save it to your computer.
|If you have not created greeting cards previously, there are several small programs designed for this type of work which you can download free from the internet. Read the Help menu and you will discover such terms as re-size, rotate, crop, and add text. Experiment with these actions on an image that you no longer require.|
Paper ordinary computer paper may be used to produce greeting cards or light glossy cardboard. Any of the three methods of folding will produce practical cards, with my preferred method being either of the first two examples. The third method tends to produce a rather large card. The paper size to use is A4 or letter size. You are not restricted to white paper, there are many pastel coloured papers and cardboards available.