Your files will be available to download once payment is confirmed.
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Yes. Simply click on the artwork after opening it in Word or Pages and select a new "fill color." In Pages you can also drag and drop colors from the color menu onto the artwork.
I love all the papers at papersource.com and envelopments.com!
Yes. You can add or delete as many lines of text as you see fit.
Yes. Since the artwork is vector based, you can size the artwork and fonts up or down without any loss in quality.
You can also create a new document in any size that you would like an copy and paste from my template into that size.
Refer to each listing for specific compatibility, but in general all of my templates are compatible with:
MAC: Apple Pages
PC: Microsoft Word (2008 or later)
You'll want to start by installing the free fonts included in the instructions. A default font will display if you do not have the particular font I used installed on your computer.
I only use basic fonts or free fonts in my designs, so you can rest assured your design will look just like the template if you download the fonts in the instructions.
I recommend printing at home, it's fastest, cheapest, and most home printers have excellent quality.
Printing at a printshop or online is possible, but every printer will have different requirements. A best practice is to obtain a word template from your printer with the layout they require, and then to copy/paste from my template into theirs. Save the file as a PDF before sending it to your printer.
If it is the trimming that you find daunting, we are currently updating our listings to be Everly Paper compatible!
Everly Paper is brand new line of no-trim card stock. Simply print on your home inkjet printer and quickly "pop" out your cards with smooth edges.
Check out the full line of card stocks in the Print & Poste Etsy Shop at
My templates are for PERSONAL USE ONLY. You can not download them and then sell printed versions to third parties. Please contact me for commercial use licensing fees. (whew! glad I got that legal mumbo jumbo out of my system!)