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Patterns-Borders Greeting Cards Invitation Template: 332328

Button to customize design Patterns-Borders Greeting Cards Invitation Template: 332328

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Printed 2 sides
14 Pt. Cardboard (5.5 x 8.5)
No Extra Coating (Included)
No Distribution
Envelope 9" x 6"

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Printed 1 side (Included)
High Gloss Uv 1 side (shiny) *Most Popular
High Gloss Uv 2 sides (shiny)
Insert in envelope / postage included (USA)
Insert in envelope / postage included
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What borders for greeting cards really means to you? Do you consider them decorative, or are they a plain unit to be used to keep your content from being lost in the sea of white space? The answer to this question will help determine what kind of borders you need to use. Of course, borders for greeting cards should be able to enhance the greeting cards’ look, but there’s more to it than just that. Let’s take a look at some other things to consider as well.

A card’s border is the first thing people see, and a big one can draw people’s attention away from the message. There are some types of cards that can get quite elaborate with their borders, but that can make the card loses its visual appeal if they’re too busy. There are also a right and a wrong way to use borders for greeting. For example, using black borders on a red card can ruin the main point of the design, and using too many or too thin borders can make your card look cramped. Use the right borders for greeting, and you’ll have a card that looks great.

When designing borders for greeting cards, it helps to consider what will and won’t fit. Many greeting card designs include an envelope or some other type of closure, but not all do. A lot of people are unaware of this, and the result is that they get cluttered greetings cards without any sort of organization or sense of flow. Remember that borders are there to add visual appeal and depth, not to distract or detract from the card’s primary message. If you can, try to arrange your card so that the borders aren’t distracting, and you’ll likely end up with better results in the end.