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Anzac Day Free Printable Bookmark

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Anzac Day 2017 Free Printable Bookmark Lest We Forget

Today is Anzac Day in Australia and New Zealand. A day to remember the service and sacrifice or so many men and women. Like many Australians, my family tree is full of men and women who served their country during times of war. My grandfather was at Gallipoli. While many of my uncles served in World War II or Vietnam. These brave men taught me that ordinary people can do extraordinary things.

We will remember them

Today we remember the fallen. We thank those who returned for all that they gave. In their honour, I’ve created two printable bookmarks to show that we will remember them.

Anzac Day – Lest We Forget

Anzac Day 2017 Free Printable Bookmark Lest We Forget
Warm Fuzzy holding a poppy with the wording ‘Lest We Forget’

Anzac Day – For The Fallen

Anzac Day 2017 Free Printable Bookmark We Will Remember Them
An excerpt from the poem “For The Fallen” by Laurence Binyon (1869-1943)

Grab your Anzac Day bookmarks

Interested? Drop your email in the form below and check your inbox for the download link.

Anzac Day Free Printable Bookmarks Lest We Forget

PowerPoint Photo Tip: Color Tone

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PowerPoint Photo Tips Colour Tone Feature
LEFT TO RIGHT: Original photo, lower (cooler) temperature, and higher (warmer) temperature

Welcome to the next tutorial in my PowerPoint Photo Tip series. This week I’m going to look at the color tone (temperature) filter and what applying it will do to your photos.

What is color tone?

So we’ve all seen photos that seem a little too blue? Or a bit too yellow? The blue when the color tone is low and is a cool temperature. The yellow means that the color tone is high and is a warm temperature. This can happen through age, through exposure or camera settings and PowerPoint views this as ‘color tone’

This can happen through age, through exposure or camera settings. Or maybe you want to make your photo appear cooler or warmer to create the right atmosphere for your invite or printable. It’s a few easy steps in PowerPoint to transform your images with this filter.

Ready to start?

PowerPoint is not photo editing software but does let you add filters to a photo. Therefore this is a great tool for photo-based invitations or other templates.

If you do save the adjusted photo, always keep the original photo. Work with a copy. When you save, use a version number or new name.

What you will need

  • Any of my PowerPoint templates or your own photo
  • Microsoft PowerPoint installed on your computer

This will work with any of my photo templates but also for any photo inserted in PowerPoint. Use these steps to increase or decrease the temperature of your photos.

Adjust color tone

STEP ONE

Select the image that you want to adjust. This will activate the Picture Tools/Format tab on the ribbon.

STEP TWO

On the Picture tools/Format tab, in the Adjust group, select Color.

STEP THREE

There are 7 presets under Color Tone. The three on the left will decrease the color tone (ie make the image cooler). While the three on the right will increase it (ie make the image warmer)  The middle option will reset the photo to the original settings. To preview your image with different settings, hover your mouse pointer over each thumbnail.

PowerPoint Photo Tips Color Tone
PowerPoint color tone presets
STEP FOUR

Maybe none of the presets are hitting the mark? Click Picture Colour Options to open the Format Picture pane.

PowerPoint Photo Tips Format Picture Pane Color Tone Slider
Format Picture pane showing Temperature slider
STEP FIVE

Use the slider for Temperature to increase or decrease the color tone. Or enter a number to be more precise. The default setting is 6,500. Higher numbers will increase the warmth of the image and lower numbers create a cooler photo.

When you experiment remember that it’s easy to turn to the original settings. Either click Reset in the Format Picture pane or choose the middle option from the presets.

How did you go?

So, that’s the basics of adjusting the temperature (color tone) of your photos in Powerpoint. Because it makes quite the difference, right? Therefore it’s now time for you to get creative. After all, there is no right or wrong way. So don’t forget that your imagination your only limit!

Share your creativity

Because the tutorial over, now the creativity can begin. When you have added your touch to your file, head over to the Facebook Group and share a photo. Also, drop a comment below and let me know how you are enjoying this tutorial series. I’d love to hear from you.

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PowerPoint Photo Tip: Saturation

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PowerPoint Photo Tip Saturation
LEFT TO RIGHT: Original photo, increased saturation and decreased saturation

Welcome to another quick tutorial in my PowerPoint Photo Tip series. This week I’m going to explain saturation and what it means for your photos.

Do you ever think that your photo isn’t as vivid as you remember that day? Or think the colour is too intense for the invitation or printable? That’s saturation. When talking about photos, high saturation means bright and intense colours. While low saturation means that the colours have reduced intensity.

Ready to give this a shot?

PowerPoint is not photo editing software but does let you add filters to a photo. Therefore this is a great tool for photo-based invitations or other templates. It helps you create something unique and add your own artistic touch to the design.

If you do save the adjusted photo, always keep the original photo. Work with a copy. When you save, use a version number or new name.

 

What you will need

  • Any of my PowerPoint templates or your own photo
  • Microsoft PowerPoint installed on your computer

This will work with any of my photo templates but also for any of your photos inserted in PowerPoint. Use these steps to increase or decrease the saturation of your photos.

Adjust Saturation

STEP ONE

Select the image that you want to adjust. This will activate the Picture Tools/Format tab on the ribbon.

STEP TWO

On the Picture tools/Format tab, in the Adjust group, select Color.

STEP THREE

There are 7 presets under Color Saturation. The three on the left will decrease intensity. While the three on the right will increase intensity. The middle option will reset the photo to the original settings. Preview your image with different settings, hover your mouse pointer over each thumbnail.

PowerPoint Photo Tips Color Saturation
PowerPoint color saturation presets
STEP FOUR

Maybe none of the presets are hitting the mark? Click Picture Colour Options to open the Format Picture pane.

Format Picture pane showing Saturation slider
STEP FIVE

Use the slider for Saturation to increase or decrease the color intensity. Or enter a percentage to be more precise. The default setting is 100%. Higher numbers will increase the intensity and lower numbers will decrease it.

When you experiment remember that it’s easy to turn to the original settings. Either click Reset in the Format Picture pane or choose the middle option from the presets.

How did you go?

So, that’s the basics of adjusting the saturation of your photos in Powerpoint. Because it makes quite the difference, right? Therefore it’s now time for you to get creative. After all, there is no right or wrong way. So don’t forget that your imagination your only limit!

Share your creativity

Because the tutorial over, now the creativity can begin. When you have added your touch to your file, head over to the Facebook Group and share a photo. Also, drop a comment below and let me know how you are enjoying this tutorial series. I’d love to hear from you.

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Make a fun and unique family reunion gift

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A few years ago, I organised a party for my Mum’s 70th birthday. She is the youngest of eleven children, therefore it became a mini family reunion. We were catching up with some cousins for the first time since the 1980s! So, I wanted it to be more than just another family barbecue.

Also, it was only a few years since the death of my oldest sister. Because of that, I wanted to make this special for Mum. I saw it as an opportunity to say thank you for our unique, adventurous childhood. A way to celebrate her years on this earth and acknowledge everything she had achieved.

So, my siblings and I poured an enormous amount of time, energy and effort into creating something memorable. Our way of saying thank you for all the birthdays and events she had made special for us. So we planned to give a memento to all the guests. A reminder of their adventures with Mum. A celebration of her seventy years.

Best laid plans

I had plans. Great plans. For the decorations, the food, and the fun family activities where we would all laugh in a casual, relaxed manner. Like one of those happy, well-balanced families that you see on TV. Much as I would love to tell you that story, it’s not mine. Because my story involves being crazy with stress. Not showering or sleeping for days. And thinking so much about the sandwiches that I forgot to take the guest gift bags.

As a result, I ended up surrounded by multiple mementos of my mother’s seventy years. While I quietly crossed event planning off my potential career list, I started thinking about alternative gifts. I needed an idea that wouldn’t require me to sell a kidney on the black market, just to afford the postage.

First of all, it had to be easy to create. Also, budget friendly to produce and post. Furthermore, it should be something that could be unique for each guest. Something relevant to each person’s relationship with my mother. Sounds impossible, right?

My light bulb moment

Things I love. Books. Making things with pieces of paper. Documenting the past and present for future generations. The eureka moment should have been the most noteworthy event. But I think I was doing the dishes when I put it all together. A bookmark. My mini family reunion gift should have been a bookmark. Hindsight, always such a smartie.

Do people still use bookmarks? Does it even matter? Because people collect things they never use. Such as coins, stamps, and postcards. My grandmother even had a teaspoon collection while not one of those ever stirred a cup of tea. We all have little mementos of events or trips that we keep to remind us of a person or an event.

Why bookmarks? They are easy to make. Budget-friendly. Simple or fancy. So versatile. Single-sided. Two-sided. With a photo, or two. Add a simple family tree, a story or a quote. So unique.

Hosting a family reunion?

Are you looking for a budget-friendly family reunion gift? Have you considered a bookmark? Since they are so easy to make then you can create a few options without blowing your budget.

Looking for ideas to begin? Consider these ideas to help your family celebrate:

  • Do you have quality photos of a family? Then create a set of bookmarks of each member. Make these two-sided with a story or family tree on the back
  • Celebrating one particular couple? Add their photos, names, and date of marriage. Make it two-sided with a list of their children on the reverse side.
  • Maybe you are holding the reunion on a family property? Consider using a historic photo matched with a present day image of the property, then add the date/s and details of the event.
  • Maybe there is an artist in your family? An illustration or painting would make a wonderful background for the date and details of your family reunion.
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Examples showing single-sided bookmarks using different colours to show family lines

Need more ideas? Then try Google, Pinterest (or your favourite search engine). Type in family reunion bookmarks then hit go and check out the images for inspiration. While those designs belong to someone you can still use them to inspire your own creativity.

Create your family reunion bookmark

Excited about the idea but not sure about the next steps? The good news is that you have a few options!

  • Buy a template or artwork from an online marketplace (such as Etsy)
  • Hire a graphic designer to create something for your event
  • Create your own artwork in PowerPoint or Canva or similar.
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Looking for a template? Try my ancestor bookmark template on Etsy.

The production phase

Depending on the quantity that you need there are a few options here as well.

  • Print-at-home
  • Visit a print shop or office supply store
  • Use a trusted online printer

Make sure that you get a quote before outsourcing the printing.

Ancestor Bookmark template

Since I love bookmarks so much, I have released my first template. A PowerPoint template with a 20-page guide to step you through everything required to make your own bookmarks for personal use or as a family reunion gift.

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The Ancestor Bookmark template available in two-sizes. Also, includes a 20-page quick guide with a step-by-step through the process.

I’d love it if you would join the fun and subscribe to the mailing list. Select templates or printables are available for free download with every newsletter. Or like me on Facebook to catch sneak peeks of templates in progress.

Keen on genealogy?

While you are here, take a look at my all-in-one genealogy worksheet free download. Or give me your thoughts on the family history book layout I’m working on.

Share your creations

Whether you use my template or create your own, I’d love to see your family reunion bookmarks. Upload a pic on Facebook, or send to hello@fuzzyinkstationery.com.

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PowerPoint Photo Tip: Brightness and Contrast

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PowerPoint Photo Tip brightness and contrast examples
Left to right: Original photo, more brightness with less contrast, less brightness with more contrast

Welcome to another quick tutorial in my PowerPoint Photo Tip series. We’ll be looking at adjusting brightness and contrast of photos.

Have you ever thought ‘oh this photo is too dark?’ How about ‘oh no my ancestors have faded into the background?’. But you weren’t sure how to fix the problems. Then this is the photo tip for you. I’ll explain what brightness and contrast is, then how to apply it to images in PowerPoint.

Brightness & Contrast – what does it mean?

Brightness is the level of lightness (or darkness) in each image. Adding lightness can increase the visibility of the objects in a dark photo. While decreasing lightness can increase the visibility of images in a light photo.

Contrast is the difference between the brightness level and the objects. You know those faded photos where people are becoming a part of the background? That is low contrast.

Ready to give this a shot?

PowerPoint is not photo editing software but does let you add filters to a photo. Therefore this is a great tool for photo-based invitations or other templates. It helps you create something unique and add your own artistic touch to the design.

If you do save the adjusted photo, always keep the original photo. Work with a copy. When you save, use a version number or new name.

PowerPoint is not photo editing software but lets you add filters to a photo. There is the option to export the image with filter applied or without. We’ll look at this in an upcoming PowerPoint Photo Tips.

Remember to always work with a copy of your digital photo and save as a new version or name.

What you will need

  • Any of my PowerPoint templates or your own photo
  • Microsoft PowerPoint installed on your computer

This will work with any of my photo templates but also work with any image inserted in PowerPoint. Use these are the steps to make brightness and contrast corrections to your photos.

STEP ONE

Select the image that you want to adjust. This will activate the Picture Tools/Format tab on the ribbon.

STEP TWO

On the Picture tools/Format tab, in the Adjust group, select Corrections.

STEP THREE

Choose from the preset options by clicking any thumbnail under Brightness/Contrast. The center one is the default image. The grid of thumbnails shows the brightness from less to more going left to right. The contrast is less to more going top to bottom. To preview how your image will appear, let your mouse pointer hover over any of the thumbnails.

PowerPoint Photo Tip brightness and contrast presets
Brightness and contrast presets
PowerPoint Photo Tip brightness and contrast
PowerPoint color Brightness/Contrast presets
STEP FOUR

Maybe none of the presets are hitting the mark? Then click Picture Corrections Options to open the Format Picture pane.

STEP FIVE

Use the slider for Brightness or Contrast to adjust the levels. Or enter a number (positive or negative) to be more precise.

Experiment with different levels to find the best look for your image. It is easy to return to the original photo in the Format Picture pane by selecting Reset. Or choose the middle option from the presets.

PowerPoint Photo Tip format picture pane
Format Picture pane showing Brightness/Contrast slider

How did you go?

So that’s it, the basics of adjusting the brightness and contrast in PowerPoint. Because it makes quite the difference, right? Therefore it’s now time for you to get creative. After all, there is no right or wrong way. So don’t forget that your imagination your only limit!

Share your creativity

Because the tutorial over, now the creativity can begin. When you have added your touch to your file, head over to the Facebook Group and share a photo. Also, drop a comment below and let me know how you are enjoying this tutorial series. I’d love to hear from you.

Sometimes life happens

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Sometimes life happens Fuzy Ink Stationery back April 1

Hey there! This is a quick note to acknowledge that I’ve dropped the ball on this project recently. Sometimes life happens and all plans go straight out the window. Well, that’s been my March. I hope that yours has been a lot better!

I’m sorry that I haven’t been delivering on the promised content but hang tight. Starting 1 April the well-oiled Fuzzy Ink machine will be operational and “the usual” is back on the menu.

It’s been a while so in case you have forgotten what “the usual” is:

  • New blog posts are published every Tuesday and Friday
  • Facebook updates are daily (Monday to Friday) and include new products, sneak peeks and other fun things happening around the Fuzzy Ink office
  • Newsletters hit your inbox on the first and third Saturday of every month
  • New items are released on Etsy every Thursday

I’d love to hear how has March been for you? Drop me an update in the comments and let me know what’s been going on.

 

Quick Tips: Recolour photos in PowerPoint

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PowerPoint Quick Tips Recolour Your Photos Fuzzy Ink Stationery
Original colour photo adjusted to grayscale and sepia

If you’ve been following me for a little while then you’ll know I’m a huge fan of PowerPoint. It’s versatile and easy to use – what’s not to love? It’s the perfect solution for photo invitations because of PowerPoint’s functionality to recolour photos.

Quickly adjust images and recolour photos as soon as you’ve dropped the image into the placeholder. When you click on an option, the selected image will automatically update. Then you can choose from black and white, sepia or a number of other tints based on the colour palette.

What you will need

  • One of my invitation or bookmark templates
  • Microsoft Powerpoint installed on your computer

Recolour photos

  1. Select the image
  2. Click on the Picture Tools/Format tab
  3. Select Color (it’s over on the left in the Adjust group)
  4. When you get the the dropdown menu, choose one of the options in the Recolor group. In the first row the first option is ‘No recolour’, then ‘grayscale’ and then ‘sepia’. While options in the second and third rows are tints of the active colour palette. Looking for different selections? Then change the colour palette!
PowerPoint Quick Tips recolour photos toolkit
Get creative and recolour photos in 4 clicks.

Why recolour photos?

Are you making bookmarks using photos from different eras? Or planning a wedding anniversary invite but the photo hasn’t aged well? That’s when quickly adjusting those images can make your invitation or bookmarks remarkable. When you experiment remember that it’s easy to reset to the original by selecting the ‘no recolor’ option.

That’s the basics of how to recolour photos in Powerpoint. How easy was that? Now it’s your turn to get creative. Remember, your imagination is the limit!h

Share your creativity

Join the community over in the Facebook Group and share photos of your creativity. I would love to see what you create!

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Printable card : Happy Cake Day!

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Happy Cake Day Birthday Card Fuzzy Ink Stationery Etsy Store
Printable blank card press ready files for 4x6 or 5x7 print-at-home card. Print. Trim. Ready to gift.

My new range of products : the printable card

Start your cheering, a printable card is now in store! If we can’t celebrate with cake then let’s celebrate with a Happy Cake Day printable card. Make it your own. Print on your favourite paper, add glitter or other embellishments if you want, then write your own special message inside.

Is there one month where it seems that half your family birthdays happen? March is one of those months for me. While trying to get a head start on the many cards I have to send, I thought “Hey why not share them in the store for everyone else”? The perfect idea for when you haven’t had time to hit the shops but need a card right now. Choose your size, print, trim and it is ready to gift.

Happy Cake Day printable card
Happy Cake Day to you, to you!

Say hi to Warm Fuzzy

Have you met Warm Fuzzy? An adorable, fuzzy creature that will be popping up on my cards, bookmarks and other printable pieces. A happy little creature who wants to make you smile while sharing in your warm, fuzzy moments. I have it on good authority that Warm Fuzzies are very fond of cake!

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Initial hand sketch for the Warm Fuzzy birthday card

One printable card, two sizes, four downloads

If you are anything like me then you have dozens of spare envelopes in multiple sizes but never the size that you need. You just need the printable card to be a little bigger (or smaller)? Exactly what I thought so this printable card is supplied in two sizes. And to make the printing process easy, I’ve set them up on A4 & US letter. Just pick your size, print, trim and it’s ready to go!

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Two card sizes setup ready to print on A4 or US (8.5 x 11 in)

Software required

PDF files will require Acrobat Reader (or similar PDF viewer). Download for free at https://get.adobe.com/reader/

On screen colours may vary for each monitor, and for the printed version.

What font is that?

This printable card uses Alphabet Pony, teaming up with Amatic.

Available on Etsy

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE ON ETSY

Are you on the mailing list?

If you are on my general mailing, then you will receive special downloads direct to your inbox twice a month. If you like printables and love free stuff, then don’t keep missing out! Add your email to the form in the sidebar, hit subscribe and watch your email. Well maybe don’t watch it but do check it around March 3rd for my next newsletter, including the free download!

What’s up next

This post is over but there are more on the way. I’ll see you here every Tuesday and Friday for tips, tutorials and product news. Some of the things you can look forward to are:

  • Family story bookmark templates – perfect for genealogy or presents for relatives
  • Story-at-a-glance templates – perfect for genealogy or milestone birthdays
  • embedding JPGs of your invites in your email
  • pirate map invitation
  • milestone birthday printables*
  • St Patrick’s Day bookmarks

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Share your thoughts: family story book template design

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Book layout template sneak peek

Putting a family story into words

A few years ago, Mum turned 70. When this happened, I wanted to commemorate that with something meaningful that she could keep forever. Something personal that had aspirations to be an heirloom. An item that might remain in the family for generations to come. Inspired by the TV show This Is Your Life, I decided on a book where her children would tell her family story in our words.

I loved watching This Is Your Life as a kid. What a fabulous idea. Engaging people from your past to tell stories about the adventures shared. While this seemed easy in theory, I spent 10 months researching my mother’s life. Which left me with 2 weeks to design and layout the book, then 1 month for production. Oh how I wish I’d had another 10 months to do that part alone! Once the sleep deprivation faded, I started thinking about how I could use this lesson to help others. I wanted to find a way to create template for other people who wanted to create books to tell their family story. More research to find layout options that were available to most people. Something where they wouldn’t have to sell a kidney on the black market to get a copy of the software.

Choosing the software

Canva’s free forever plan didn’t allow enough flexibility. While Google Docs wasn’t going to be powerful enough. PowerPoint offers everything I need. Custom layouts, custom page sizes and the ability to create click and type fields. The real power of PowerPoint – most Windows users will have a computer on their PC.

At this stage the template is compatible with printing with Blurb. Blurb provides a cost effective way to produce small book runs, soft or hard cover. If printing a family story then you can set up your book so other family members can buy it online. It would also work with a landscape ring binder, wiro or plastic comb binding.

Quick preview

That’s enough of a project background. Let’s get to the fun stuff. Time for a sneak peek at the latest template design that I am working on. See below for the first 3 layouts of the internal pages of a family story template. Approximately 17 more to go.

Family story layout quick preview

Have your say!

What do you think of the design so far? Are there any specific layouts would you like to see in a family story book? Let me know in the comments section.

Milestone wedding anniversary invitation template suite

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Printed examples of 5x7 cards of the Black 40th and White 25th invitations

Are you a celebrator? Do you love making a fuss over people for their major celebrations? Me too! It’s so important to celebrate these milestone moments, and make new memories from old ones. I love the feeling of creating something special when you plan a birthday or milestone wedding anniversary event. For me, a special celebration needs a unique invitation.

The inspiration for these invites came from hours of looking through Mum’s photo albums. Since I was little it’s been one of my favourite things to do. I’m so glad that someone captured those past generations celebrating their birthdays and anniversaries.  It was those albums together with their faded photographs that led me to create the milestone wedding anniversary invitation. A way to help other families remember and celebrate their history while making new memories.

Are you planning a milestone wedding anniversary party? Grab a copy of the invitation template so you can create a memorable keepsake for your guests with this beautiful design. Head over to my Etsy store to see the 4 invitation options for couples celebrating their 25th, 30th, 40th or 50th wedding anniversaries. What is more magical than honouring such a beautiful commitment?

Examples of the 5x7 inch 50th and 30th milestone wedding anniverary invitation printed and ready to mail
Examples of the 5×7 inch invitation printed and ready to mail

The suite of milestone wedding anniversary templates

Each invitation comes in three sizes – A5, 5×7 and 4×6 and is available with either a black or white background. PLUS a bonus Facebook event image template handy for your Facebook invites or as a banner for email updates about the event.

Milestone wedding anniversary suite with black background
Milestone wedding anniversary suite with black background
Milestone wedding anniversary suite with white background
Milestone wedding anniversary suite with white background

Print or email

The three sizes mean that there is a size for all your needs, whether you are printing or emailing your milestone wedding anniversary invitation. All sizes are suitable for printing. The 5×7″ or 4×6″ sizes are the ones I recommend for sending via email. Follow the instructions in the Quick Guide to export as JPG, then attach or insert into your email and send it out.

Examples of the 4x6 inch for 25h and 40th milestone wedding anniversary invitation exported as a JPG and sent via email
Examples of the 4×6 inch invitation exported as a JPG and sent via email

Not PowerPoint savvy? Not a problem.

Every milestone wedding anniversary invitation kit contains both blank and sample invitations for all sizes. The sample files use example text ready to update for your event. If you prefer to work from a blank template, these are easy-to-use. Just click and type. Every invitation kit download comes with a Quick Guide providing an easy-to-follow overview on using and exporting the file to produce these invitations at home.

Bonus Facebook event image

Are you planning on setting up a private Facebook event for your celebration? Try the Facebook image template to add a personal touch to your event page.

Facebook event image using the milestone wedding anniversary to celebrate 30 years of marriage
Example Facebook event image using the milestone wedding anniversary template

Ideas for printing

You can print the invitations on any paper stock compatible with your printer. The photos will be best on a white stock, but experiment with other options to create different effects. See the list below for some starting suggestions. The only limit is your imagination!

  • Use your favourite paper stock
  • Print on one colour and then glue to a different coloured stock to create a two-tone card
  • Try a metallic stock for a little glitter
  • Experiment with different paper textures to create one-of-a-kind cards

Software required

  • Template files require Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 or later
  • These templates may require fonts not installed on your computer. All fonts recommended for download will be free for personal use. Please check the Quick Guide included in the invitation kit for further instructions.

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What’s up next

Check for new blog posts every Tuesday and Friday. Blog posts cover topics including new products, tutorials and tips, as well as sneak peeks at projects on the worktable.

  • Portrait bookmark templates – perfect for genealogy or presents for relatives
  • Story-at-a-glance templates – perfect for genealogy or milestone birthdays
  • A quick tips cheat sheet for printing my templates and printables
  • Sneak peek at the Family History Book template design that is in the works
  • Quick tips on working with images in PowerPoint
  • Tutorial on inserting JPGs into your email

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