Downloaded a free trial of Adobe InDesign and stared at your screen as soon as you opened it? Now what do I do?? Maybe you’re on a budget and the subscription pricing prevented you from purchasing. If so, here is an online design platform for creating high-quality designs that is so simple to use and best of all, there’s an option to use it for free!
In my previous post, I shared a simple tutorial on how to make a greeting card using Adobe InDesign. In this post, I’ll talk more about Adobe InDesign software and how you can create printed or digital high-quality documents such as:
- Printed books and brochures
- Annual Reports
- Interactive publications
- Greeting cards, of course, and more!
In my previous post, I made a quick greeting card to show samples of the print quality of Red River Paper’s greeting card paper. In today’s post, I’ll show how you can use Red River Paper’s greeting card stock and where to find free images to import into Adobe InDesign CC so you can easily create your own greeting card.
Looking for great quality greeting card paper? Red River Paper has it! Red River Paper has over 50 years of experience and supplies over 30 different types of quality inkjet papers at their plant in Texas. Finding the right specialty inkjet paper on their website is easy. Simply shop by:
- Printer (Canon, Epson, HP, Lexmark)
- Photo Subject (portraits, black and white, HDR, landscapes, etc.)
- Paper size (ranging from 4×6 to wide format, 44″ rolls and pre-scored greeting cards)
- Project/Industry (proof sheets, portfolios, books, calendars, etc.)