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Template Remix // A Creative Use For Your New Template

April 10, 2013   //   POSTED IN: INSPIRATION, Photog Quick Tips, PRODUCT SPOTLIGHTS, TEMPLATE HOW TO

We design all of our templates to be easy to use for customers who don't have a lot of Photoshop knowledge, but our templates are completely layered for those customers who want to jump in and pick the template apart. Providing a layered PSD gives our customers the flexibility to rework, change up, and customize the templates for their needs. Today we are featuring a creative use for the I'm New Here Birth Announcement Template. Although the template itself isn't changed a whole lot, the card is being used for a unique purpose.

 

Our client came to us looking for a birthday invite for a joint party for her son and daughter. We needed something that was gender neutral and a design that coordinated with party's farm theme. Our client requested to have a lot of images on the invite as well. 

 

With these requests in mind we went to work and decided the I'm New Here Birth Announcment was the perfect fit for the client's needs. The modern wood texture blended well with the farm theme and the design was neutral enough to showcase the photos of her children. We changed up the text and added a little "see y'all there" farm talk. With that we had an invite design that our client loved! With a simple change, we had a whole new use for a cute and versatile birth announcement template! 

 

CARD DESIGN  //  CUSTOMIZED (farm birthday party invite)

 

CARD DESIGN  //  BEFORE (as sold in the shop):

  

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Click the link below for more info about the I'm New Here Birth Announcement design

 

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