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Create your own Easter menus

It’s easy to add that finishing touch to your Easter decorations using our Design & Print creative software and Avery printable products. If you have got the family over for dinner, or are planning an Easter egg hunt for the kids, why not see if there's a design on our Easter Template gallery that would help bring your projects to life? Here is a step by step guide on how we made these Easter Menu cards using Design & Print and Avery C2318 Printable Postcards:

Step 1: Open the dedicated Avery Easter gallery

Open Avery’s dedicated Easter template Easter template gallery and choose the design that tickles your fancy.

Step 2: Select your Avery product

Let Design & Print Online know which product you would like to print on by entering the product code (for example C2318)

Step 3: Customise your design

Your chosen design will apply itself to your product.  Sometimes you may need to move different elements around the page to make the design fit better.  Click on the different parts and move them to where you want them to be:

Step 4: Add your text and images

Add your text, additional images, photos, clip art – whatever you want to your design.  You can do this using the menu of options on the left-hand side of the screen.

Step 5: Save your design

Save your design. You can choose to save to the Avery Cloud, which will mean you can open the design from any computer connected to the Internet, or to your computer.

Step 6: Preview your design

Press Print.  This will take you to our Preview & Print page.  From here, if you click “Print” Design & Print will generate a PDF for you to print from. From this page you can also click our clever apply to button to place your design onto another Avery product.  Read more about our “Apply to” function here.

Step 7: Print your design

Print your product from the PDF.  We recommend using the manual feed tray of your printer and only feeding one sheet of product at a time.  If your printer has it, select the “card” option from the paper type menu.

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