Greeting cards let you add various layouts and designs to your images, and enables you to add up to 22 photos on a page. You can print greeting cards with your home printer, save them on your hard drive, or send by email.

You can also order a print online from Shutterfly, from within Photoshop Elements. Greeting cards can also be ordered online from Adobe Photoshop Elements Online Services from some regions.

Sample photo greeting cards
Sample photo greeting cards

Note:

For a video about greeting cards, see www.adobe.com/go/lrvid912_pse_en.

Create a greeting card

  1. Click Create, and select Greeting Card from the list.

  2. Select an appropriate size and theme.

    Note:

    The Sizes panel displays options suitable for online services. You can print cards created using online templates, but you can't order online if you use a local print template.

  3. Select Autofill With Selected Images to add all the photos already open in the Photo Bin.

  4. Click OK.

    Photoshop Elements creates the greeting card and displays Pages, Layouts, Artwork, and Text tabs in the Create panel.

  5. Use the following options to fine-tune and add creative designs to your greeting card:

    Pages

    Select a page thumbnail to open it in the editing workspace.

    Layouts

    Double-click a layout to apply it. Or drag and drop a layout to apply.

    Graphics

    Choose a background, frame, and graphics. Double-click or drag and drop an artwork to add it.

  6. Use the Move tool and Select tool to modify the card. Click Advanced Mode to access Full Edit options.

  7. Do one of the following:

    • Click Print. If your card layout can be printed locally, specify the options, and then click Print.
    • Click Order. Follow the onscreen instructions to create and order greeting cards.

    Note:

    You need to sign up for Shutterfly membership to use their services. Certain cards (for example, folded layouts) can be printed locally only in USA/Canada and Japan.

  8. Click Save to save the creation.

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