Christmas Greeting Card in Adobe Illustrator


Christmas Greeting Card in Adobe Illustrator

Christmas is about to come and we are here today with a tutorial about making Christmas Greeting Card in Adobe Illustrator.

Christmas Greeting Card in Adobe Illustrator

Launch Adobe Illustrator and create a new document of size 5 inches X 7 inches.

Now follow the below steps-

Step 1

The size of normal greeting card is 5 inches X 7 inches. So we will create a rectangle of same size with the help of Rectangle Tool. This is the background of the greeting card.

Christmas Greeting Card in Adobe Illustrator

Step 2

Now you can draw something based on Christmas theme. You can create a Christmas tree, Santa Claus or Christmas bells. You can even trace an image for your greeting card and convert a raster artwork into vector artwork.

I have chosen Christmas bells for my Christmas Greeting Card.

Christmas Greeting Card in Adobe Illustrator

Step 3

Now select the Ellipse Tool and draw a circle covering the Christmas bells.

Christmas Greeting Card in Adobe Illustrator

Now select the Scissor Tool and with help of it divide the circle into two. We have created two paths for the text.

After selecting the Scissor Tool, click on the left and right anchor point of the circle.

Then select the first half and drag to the place where you want your text to be placed.

Christmas Greeting Card in Adobe Illustrator

Step 4

Now select the Type on a Path Tool from the Tool Panel and click on the path created. Start typing your text. You can change the font style and size also.

Christmas Greeting Card in Adobe Illustrator

Christmas Greeting Card in Adobe Illustrator

Step 5

As the Christmas comes in winter season, so spray some snowflakes on the Greeting Card.

Below are the links of Snowflakes Tutorial:




Christmas Greeting Card in Adobe Illustrator

This is how you can make your own Christmas Greeting Card in Adobe Illustrator. Take a print of your creative idea created in form of Christmas Greeting Card and wish you’re dear and near ones.

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