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Beach Weddings - Invitation Tutorial II

In the previous beach wedding invitation tutorial, we made a fast and easy, 1970s-inspired, very informal invitation. Today, we’re making one with a totally different look which is a little bit more work-intensive, but definitely worth the effort.

As always, if you need to brush up on your Illustrator skills, go through one of my earlier […]

Beach Weddings - Invitation Tutorial I

Who doesn’t like the beach? Good things happen on beaches – parties, vacations, relaxation; all kinds of fun. My best friend got engaged on a beach. The more exotic ones are stunningly gorgeous with their palm trees, white sand and crystal clear, turquoise water.

And for those of us in the northeastern part of the […]

Make Your Own Engagement Invitations - Another Illustrator Tutorial

With the holidays (and soon Valentine’s Day) behind us, I know that there are many of you who are newly engaged (Congratulations!).

Statistics tells us that 2.3 million couples get engaged every year in the US; 19% of all those engagements take place during the month of December and 10% on Valentine’s Day.

With those facts in […]

Engagement Announcements In Purple, White And Gray - An Illustrator Tutorial

This is part 3 in my series of tutorials for those who just got engaged (Congratulations!).

In the two previous tutorials, we created Engagement Announcements using Microsoft Word, and today, we’re making one in Illustrator. You can obviously adapt this to be a Save the Date card, or even Wedding Invitations by making just a few […]

Hummingbird Wedding Invitations

This tutorial is based on a Save the Date card we created earlier, so if you missed it and want to give these invitations a try, just hop on over to that post and put that card together first.

As always, if you get stuck, see if you can find help in my Illustrator tips or […]

Hummingbird Save The Date Card - A 12-Step Illustrator Tutorial

This time, I thought we’d expand on our growing Illustrator skills a bit, and first create a Save the Date card, and thenĀ  printable wedding invitations using the same theme and color scheme. Remember, you can use the basic steps and designs in any of my Save the Date tutorials as a wedding invitation layout […]

“Funky Chic” Save The Date Cards – An Illustrator Tutorial

Today’s Save the Date card is very easy to make, in spite of its intricate design. If you didn’t try my first Save the Date-tutorial, I would suggest at least reading through it before starting this one, just because I describe certain things in more detail there. This post assumes you’ve done that already, or […]

Save The Date Postcards - A Step-By-Step Illustrator Guide

Making your own Save the Date cards is fun and easy, and once you know the basics of Illustrator, you can let your creativity run wild! I have designed a few different cards with step-by-step instructions for how I did them, so you can just follow along and create the exact same layout on your […]

The Illustrator Toolbar

Getting used to the toolbar isn’t all that difficult, but if you’ve mostly worked in the Microsoft Office programs, it takes a little bit getting used to.

The important thing to remember is to switch tools when you go from one task to the next (and deselect what you just worked on before doing so). When […]

Illustrator Notes & Problem Solvers

I love Illustrator. It’s admittedly not that easy to use at first, and if you haven’t worked with Adobe’s programs before, it can take a little while to get the hang of the different tools. Once you learn though, it is so much fun, and you can get really creative with your own designs. It […]

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