Take your thank you card from blah to bespoke by customizing our design in Adobe InDesign. Just add your best photos, type your message, and impress recipients with your one-of-a-kind card.
This sample file is an Adobe Stock asset you can use to practice what you learn in this tutorial. If you want to use the sample file beyond this tutorial, you can purchase a license on Adobe Stock. Check out the ReadMe file in the folder for the terms that apply to your use of this sample file.
Set up your document or open our sample file. Select the Rectangle Frame tool and drag a frame to the edge of the page or to the red bleed guides. Click Import File in the Properties panel and select any vector drawing or photo. Try clicking one of the Frame Fitting options in the Properties panel to give your art a custom fit.
You can easily change the stacking order of your text and graphics. Select an object and click Arrange in the Properties panel, and then select a suitable option. We sent the artwork to the back to reveal the text that was hidden underneath. Personalize your message, and then try changing the font, style, size, fill color, and other attributes.
Typekit is now Adobe Fonts, and our complete library of fonts is available right from the Fonts menu in the Properties panel. Try filtering by Classification to refine your choices. When you find a font you like, activate it.
We tried out these looks for our thank you card:
You can personalize your card further by adding some design elements. Click Import File and select any vector or raster art, or use our sample art.
Use these simple techniques to customize your card and express your gratitude with style.