Make cards with Greeting Card Creator

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Card Creator 1.0

"Make greeting cards from your photos."

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Card Creator screenshot

Download

Download CreateCard.exe (1.22 MB)

System requirements

  • Windows 2000, XP, Vista, or 7
  • Pentium or compatible; 256MB memory
  • Mouse, truecolor display

How to make your own e-cards?

  1. Download the tool to your Desktop (or to a folder of your choice).
  2. Run the tool - no installation is needed.
  3. Click on individual placeholders and select a photo for each of them.
  4. If you change your mind, double-click the placeholder again to use a different photo.
  5. Switch card template by clicking on the ''Template'' button. There are 3 built-in templates and other can be downloaded on this page.
  6. Click the Save button to save your greeting card as an image. You can then print it, send it via email, or upload it to facebook or share it via other means.

Using custom templates

Card Creator allows you to make cards using one of the three built-in templates, but it also allows you to use custom templates for more variability. To use a custom template:

  1. Download a template (.rli file) and save it to a known location on your computer (like your Documents folder).
  2. Start Card Creator
  3. Drag and drop the template file onto the Card Creator window.

Available templates

Have you created templates you would like to share with others? Send them to info@rw-designer.com

Creating custom templates

Making a custom template requires basic skills with the (free) Paint.COM image editor. A template is every image that fulfills the following criteria:

  • Has two layers
  • Lower layer is called "layout".
  • Upper layer is called "frame".
  • No layer effects are used.
  • The "layout" layer contains limited amount of sufficiently different colors. Areas designated by the colors are placeholders for the actual images.

If the last condition sounds confusing, download and open one of the templates in Paint.COM and all will be clear.

Look to the tutorial video - How to create own template.

License

Card Creator is free to use for any legal purpose. Author is not responsible for any damage caused by improper usage or an error in the tool.

Donations are welcome!

Recent comments

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user icon senia registered user on June 19th 2013

es wird ein Bild erkannt wo man bilder einfügen kann , aber nicht als karte an sich

8-)

:-O

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user icon Anonymous on July 11th 2013

Lets hav u mak a luv card or a invitaiton. Does it sound good? 8-)

user icon Anonymous on July 20th 2013

Didn't tried yet!! Hope it would work well ;-)

user icon Anonymous on August 18th 2013

You might a 'Stay on top' option for easier dragging and dropping of image files.

user icon LAN registered user on August 21st 2013

Its awesome but fewer of those templates wasn't work it well in sturdy 8-)

user icon SYNTHCRO contributing user on February 8th

The card creator should have an "open template" button that lets the user search through the personal file to find the place where they saved there custom templates. Just a suggestion.

SYNTHCRO

user icon Anonymous on February 14th

Great software - many thanks!

I agree with the last comment. This software would be much easier and nicer to use if there was a button to browse and select templates, or even better a way to add them to the default 4 templates so they could also be selected by clicking through.

-Or a way to get windows explorer to give a thumbnail of the templates so that you could see what you are loading...

user icon Vlasta site administrator on February 14th

Actually, if you use the card creator plug-in for RWPaint, you would get all of those features (if you store your templates in the tagged library).

user icon cdl contributing user on February 15th

Very nice additions SYNTHCRO!
Nice tip Vlasta!

Happy Valentine's Day!

user icon SYNTHCRO contributing user on February 15th

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Just downloaded the plug-in,thanks for the advise Vlasta.

user icon Anonymous
I wish there were...
Vista & Win 7 icons
What about ICL files?