What is flyer in graphic design?

flyer (or flier) is a form of paper advertisement intended for wide distribution and typically posted or distributed in a public place, handed out to individuals or sent through the mail. In the 2010s, flyers range from inexpensively photocopied leaflets to expensive, glossy, full-color circulars.

What is the purpose of a flyer?

Flyer is usually a single, unfolded printed sheet that is used to draw attention to an event, service, product or idea. A flyer usually contains a very simple message that can be conveyed quickly.

What should be in a flyer?

10 Easy Ways to Make Your FlyerStand Out of the Crowd

  • Write a snappy headline or title. …
  • Use colorful or striking graphics. …
  • Focus on the benefits of your product or service. …
  • Use compelling testimonials and case studies. …
  • Organize your page with boxes, borders, and areas of contrasting colors. …
  • Make your points easily identifiable. …
  • Don’t get too complicated.

WHAT IS ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR?

Adobe Illustrator is a vector graphics editor and design program developed and marketed by Adobe Inc. Originally designed for the Apple Macintosh, development of Adobe Illustrator began in 1985. Along with Creative Cloud, Illustrator CC was released..

Adobe Illustrator is a software application for creating drawings, illustrations, and artwork using a Windows or MacOS computer. Illustrator was initially released in 1987 and it continues to be updated at regular intervals, and is now included as part of the Adobe Creative Cloud. Illustrator is widely used by graphic designers, web designers, visual artists, and professional illustrators throughout the world to create high quality artwork. Illustrator includes many sophisticated drawing tools that can reduce the time need to create illustrations.

How Adobe Illustrator is Used

Adobe Illustrator is used to create a variety of digital and printed images, including cartoons, charts, diagrams, graphs, logos, and illustrations. Illustrator allows a user to import a photograph and use it as a guide to trace an object in the photograph. This can be used to re-color or create a sketch-like appearance of a photograph. Illustrator also makes it possible to manipulate text in many ways, making Illustrator a useful tool for creating postcards, posters, and other visual designs which use text and images together. Illustrator’s ability to place text around a curve is especially useful for artists creating logos. Illustrator is also used in designing mock-ups which show what the website will look like when it’s completed, and creating icons used within apps or websites.

File Formats Illustrator can Save

Illustrator’s ability to create and modify vector images means that must also save files in vector graphics formats. Some of these formats include Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG), Portable Document Format (PDF), Encapsulated PostScript (EPS), Windows Metafile (WMF) and Vector Markup Language (VML), which are detailed below:

  • PDF is a file format that Illustrator can export. It allows for images and text to display independently of hardware, software and OS. It encapsulates a complete description of flat documents with a fixed layout, including fonts, graphics and text. The PDF format includes a structured storage system that combines these elements and compresses them into a single file. It also includes a subset of PostScript to generate the graphics and a system for associating fonts with the documents.
  • EPS is a subset of the PostScript format with additional restrictions that allow it to store graphics files. These files are generally self-contained and may be placed within another PostScript file. An EPS file is essentially a PostScript program that contains a low-resolution preview of the image, which some applications are able to display. Earlier in its history, it was common to save Illustrator files into an EPS format for them to be shared with page layout applications.
  • WMF is a format that was originally used by Windows in the 1990s for which Illustrator could export. This format can store both vector graphics and bitmaps, allowing it to be used in a manner similar to the SVG format. WMF files contain a list of function calls that the Windows Graphics Device Interface (GDI) uses to display an image. A WMF can include executable code since some GDI functions perform error handling.
  • VML This was an XML-based format for two-dimensional vector graphics that was part of the Office Open XML standards. It’s no longer supported by Internet Explorer as of 2012, although it’s still included in Office Open XML for legacy purposes, and was originally supported by Illustrator.
  • SVG The SVG specification has been maintained by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) as an open standard since 1999. This format is based on Extended Markup Language (XML), which supports two-dimensional graphics for both animations and interactive images. SVG images are defined in XML files, allowing them to be compressed, indexed, scripted and searched. SVG files may be edited with any text editor and many other drawing applications. As a member of the W3C, Adobe supports this file format in Illustrator and other applications they produce.

Other File Formats Illustrator can Save or Export

Illustrator can also export files in these formats:

  • AutoCAD Drawing (dwg)
  • AutoCAD Interchange (dxf)
  • BMP (bmp)
  • Enhanced Metafile (emf)
  • Flash (swf)
  • JPEG (jpg, jpe, jpeg)
  • GIF
  • Macintosh PICT (pct)
  • Photoshop (psd)
  • PNG (png)
  • Targa (tga)
  • Text Format (txt)
  • TIFF (tif)

File formats Illustrator Can Import

Illustrator can import files in these formats and place them into layouts or artwork:

  • Adobe (fxg)
  • Adobe Illustrator (ai, ait)
  • AutoCAD Interchange File (dxf)
  • AutoCAD Drawing (dwg)
  • BMP (bmp, rle, dib)
  • Computer Graphics Metafile (cgm)
  • CorelDraw (cdr)
  • Enhanced Metafile (emf)
  • Freehand (fh7, fh8, fh9, fh10, fh11, ft11)
  • GIF
  • JPEG (jpg, jpe, jpeg)
  • Macintosh PICT (pic, pct)
  • Microsoft RTF (rtf)
  • Microsoft Word (doc, docx)
  • PCX (pcx)
  • Photoshop (psd, pdd)
  • Pixar (pxr)
  • PNG (png)
  • Targa (tga, vda, icb, vst)
  • Text (txt)
  • TIFF (tif, tif

HOW TO MAKE A FLYER USING ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR

How to Set Up a New Project File

Open Adobe Illustrator, and Create New Document (Command-N) with the following settings:

  • Name: Ugly_Sweater_Xmas_Party
  • Number of Artboards: 1
  • Orientation: Portrait
  • Width: 8.27 cm
  • Height: 11.69 cm

From the Advanced tab:

  • Color Mode: CMYK
  • Raster Effects: High (300 ppi)
  • Preview Mode: Default

We need to add bleed lines to the artboard, to define where the graphics area extends for the printer. Bleed lines ensure there are no white edges around the flyer after cutting.

Click More Settings to open the More Settingsdialog box.

Set the values for Bleed to 0.2 cm and Create Document. Bleed lines will appear as red lines around the artboard.

set event flyer artboard size setting orientation portrait bleed centimetres
set artboard bleed lines for printing bleed lines in red

2. How to Make an Event Flyer Background

Step 1

Now since this is a “sweater” party, let’s create a cute, simple, red checkered pattern as an event flyer background.

Start by creating the checkered square of the pattern. Grab the Rectangle Tool (M). Click once on the artboard, to open the Rectangle dialog box. Create a 1 x 1 cm square, with color fill #A01D20.

Next, select the Line Segment Tool (\). Draw a line with Width and Height of 1 cmAngle: 270°, with a black stroke.

Open the Stroke panel (Window > Stroke), and set the stroke settings to the following:

  • Cap: Round Cap
  • Corner: Round Join
  • Check Dashed Line. Set Dash: 1ptGap: 2 pt
use rectangle tool M to create red square and line segment tool dashed line stroke

Step 2

With the dashed line selected, Object > Expand… to open the Expanddialog box. Check Fill and Stroke, and then OK.

Then Copy (Command-C) and Paste in Front (Command-F), to duplicate the dashed line on top of the original.

Object > Transform > Rotate ….and set the Rotate Angle to 90°, and click OK.

Open the Align panel. Select the square and two line segments you just created, and Horizontal & Vertical Align Center, so all elements align equally to one other.

object expand line segment Horizontal  Vertical Align Center from align panel

Step 3

Now let’s duplicate the objects to create a checkered pattern.

Select the dashed lines. Use the Eyedropper Tool (I) to apply the same color fill as the square #A01D20.

Then take the Selection Tool (V),select the three objects, and drag the objects horizontally to the right edge, while holding down the ShiftAlt keys to constrain movement. This will duplicate our objects.

Then Select All (Command-A), hold down the ShiftAlt keys, and drag vertically to the top edge of the squares, as shown.

Let’s alter their color.

Take the Direct Selection Tool (A). Select the second and third square and apply a color fill of #EE2532, and for the fourth square #D12027

use eyedropper tool apply colo and duplicate shortcut hold shift alt kets drag

Step 4

I realised the first square and its strokes are too dark, so let’s change them to a lighter tone.

Select the first square shape. Select > Same > Fill Color, and change the color fill to #BE2126

Select All (Command-A).

Go to Object > Pattern > Make. ThePattern Options dialog box will appear, where you can adjust the pattern settings:

  • Tile Type: Grid 
  • Width: 2 cm
  • Height: 2 cm

The new pattern will appear instantly in the Swatches panel (Window > Swatches). Now you can delete the shapes we used to create our pattern.

object pattern making swatches panel grid type checkered

Step 5

Use the new pattern as a fill. Select the Rectangle Tool (M) and draw a rectangle to cover the artboard within the bleed lines. 

Object > Transform > Rotate.

Make sure only Transform Patterns is selected, set Rotate Angle to 45°, and click OK.

rectangle tool create shape and apply transform pattern option rotate angle 45 degrees

Step 6

Now let’s add a light frame around our event flyer.

Take the Rectangle Tool (M) again and draw a rectangle of 8 x 11.4 cm, with null fill and white Stroke of 1 pt.

Now align the frame to our artboard. Open the Align panel (Window > Align).

Make sure you select Align to: Align to Artboard, then Horizontal & Vertical Align Center.

And our background is ready!

background pattern align set border stroke flyer within border

3. How to Lay Out and Format Type on the Event Flyer

Step 1

Let’s set up our layers in the Layers panel. Open Window > Layers.

Double-click ‘Layer 1′ to open the Layer Options dialog box. 

Select Lock and rename it ‘Background‘ and click OK.

Click the Create New Layer option from the Layers panel, and create three new layers on top of one another, named ‘Graphics’, ‘Type‘, and ‘Top Graphics‘.

open layers panel set layer options lock and create new layer graphics type top graphics

Step 2

To promote our party event flyer and create an informative and attractive flyer, we need to include five details :

  1. Greeting or Funny Intro: A short piece of text, placed on top of the flyer in a small font size: ‘Let’s Get Tacky‘ and ‘You’re Invited to The‘.
  2. Title: The main title is ‘Ugly Sweater‘ and secondarily ‘Christmas Party, Live Music Band’. The title needs to be large, readable type, so that the reader knows what we are promoting, and it should be placed in an eye-catching position, contrasting with the background color. 
  3. Description: Comes under the title and adds relevant info to the event, like date, time, and location. This year, the holiday happens to fall on December 21st, 2018. ‘21st, Friday, 8PM, December, $20 Entry, Place-Street Address – Doors Open @ 19:45′.
  4. Call-to-action: “RSVP by December 17th – Telephone #.” A call-to-action encourages readers to act now rather than later.
  5. Contact & Address: So the readers can easily contact you. It includes an address, website, telephone number, logo, or social media accounts.

We need to divide our flyer into three sections of visual hierarchy, using Ruler Guides: the top ‘Greeting‘ section (small section), the middle ‘Title‘ section (largest), and ‘Info‘, the bottom section.

View > Rulers > Show Rulers or Command-R. Select the horizontal ruler and drag the guide into the space you want.

add ruler guides drag vertical view rulers show rulers

Step 3

Make sure you are on the ‘Type‘ layer.

Use the Type Tool (T) to create three text frames, within the designated sections.

Open the Paragraph panel (Window > Type > Paragraph), as well as the Character panel (Window > Type > Character).

Set the Font to Bebas Neue at 14 pt

Place the text, and Align Center from the Paragraph panel. Don’t worry about the font type or size just yet.

add type type T type area box window paragraph character align center font size

Step 4

Now let’s have some font fun.

When it comes to choosing the right font, there is a lot of trial and error involved to find the fonts that work and suit your design. You need to find a font which matches the flyer design, the message of the event, and the target audience.

Luckily for you, I spared you the time-consuming work and hand-picked a selection of fonts to use on the event flyer design.

Let’s start with Section 1:

“Let’s Get Tacky”: 

  • Capitalise all letters. 
  • Set the Font to Montserrat at 11.2 pt
  • Leading: 13.44 pt
  • Tracking: 200 

‘You’re Invited To The’

  • Capitalise all letters. 
  • Font: Montserrat at 6.08 pt
  • Leading: 17.3 pt
  • Tracking: 200 
set tracking leading font type size and alignment Montserrat

Step 5

Move on to Section 2:

‘Ugly’

  • Font: Great Vibes at53.11 pt
  • Leading: 63.73 pt

‘Sweater’

  • Capitalise all letters. 
  • Font: Source Sans Pro at35.74 pt
  • Font Style: Black
  • Leading: 42.89 pt
  • Tracking: 50

‘Christmas’

  • Capitalise all letters. 
  • Font: ChunkFive at15.74 pt
  • Font Style: Roman
  • Leading: 18.89 pt
  • Tracking: 200

‘Party’

  • Capitalise all letters. 
  • Font: Alfa Slab One at36.6 pt
  • Leading: 31.72 pt
  • Tracking: 25

‘Live Music Band’

  • Capitalise all letters. 
  • Font: Source Sans Pro at16.73 pt
  • Font Style: Bold
  • Leading: 20.08 pt
  • Tracking: 100
edit type font style tracking leading superscript from character panel bold pt

Step 6

Finally, for Section 3:

’21st  8 PM  $20′

  • Capitalize all letters. 
  • Font: Bebas Neue at23.7466 pt
  • Font Style: Black
  • Tracking: 50
  • ‘st’use the Superscript option from the Character panel

‘Friday December Entry’

  • Capitalise all letters. 
  • Font: Montserrat at 7.98 pt
  • Font Style: Bold
  • Leading: 42.89 pt
  • Tracking: 50

‘RSVP by December 17th – Telephone #’

  • Font: Montserrat at 5.92 pt
  • Leading: 9 pt
  • Tracking: 200

‘Place – Street Address – Doors Open @19:45’

  • Capitalise all letters. 
  • Font: Bebas Neue at 13.11 pt
  • Font Style: Regular
  • Leading: 18 pt

‘website’

  • Capitalise all letters. 
  • Font: Montserrat at 5.92 pt
  • Leading: 10 pt
  • Tracking: 200
edit type font style tracking leading superscript from character panel

Step 7

Let’s remove the horizontal guides: View > Guides > Clear Guides

Then give the middle text box a tilt to make it more eye-catching.

Select and Object > Transform > Shear.

  • Shear Angle: -190º
  • Axis: Vertical
  • OK
object transform shear angle set axis vertical

Step 8

Let’s add color to the type.

Pick the Type Tool (T) and follow these steps:

  • Select individually ‘LET’S GET TACKY’ + ‘SWEATER’ + ‘CHRISTMAS’  + ‘ENTRY’ and apply a yellow color fill of #FFC216.
  • Select individually ’21st’ + ‘FRIDAY’ and apply a blue fill of #00cfff.
  • For ‘PLACE – STREET ADDRESS – DOORS  @19:45’, apply a dark blue fill of #083c63.
type tool selection apply color fill individually

Step 9

Next, let’s apply a drop shadow to the top and bottom text boxes.

Effect > Stylize > Drop Shadow… with the settings:

  • Opacity: 78%
  • Mode: Multiply
  • X Offset: 0.01 cm
  • Y Offset: 0.01 cm
  • Blur: 0.01 cm
  • Color: #073b54
add effects stylize drop shadow mode multiply x offset y blur color

4. How to Design Graphics to Support Your Event Flyer

Step 1

Now we need to create graphics that will grab the attention of your audience and convince them to come to your event. What better way to do this than with a beautifully designed flyer? 

Lock the ‘Type‘ layer, and move down to the ‘Graphics‘ layer, and start creating some graphic elements.

Turn on the Smart Guides (Command-U).

Select the Line Segment Tool (\), and draw a 0.8 cm line to the left of YOU’RE INVITED’. Hold down the Shift-Alt keys to duplicate it, and drag it parallel to the other side.

Select both lines and apply a Drop ShadowEffect > Stylize > Drop Shadow… with the settings:

  • Opacity: 24%
  • Mode: Multiply
  • X Offset: 0.03 cm
  • Y Offset: 0.03 cm
  • Blur: 0 cm
  • Color: #000000
create line with line segment tool duplicate shift-alt and apply drop shadow effect

Step 2

Select the Line Segment Tool (\), and draw a 6.4 cm line under ‘SWEATER’.

From the Stroke panel, apply:

  • Weight: 4 pt
  • Cap: Round Cap
  • Corner: Round Join
  • Check Dashed Line. Set Dash: 0ptGap: 7 pt
line segment tool create dotted line with dash and gap

Step 3

Next, let’s create an attention-grabbing ribbon banner to highlight the text “CHRISTMAS PARTY’ and ‘LIVE MUSIC BAND’.

Use the Smart Guides to guide you.

Take the Rectangle Tool (M) and draw three rectangles with a blue fill of #0a304c in the following order and alignment:

  • Rectangle 1: 6.57 x 2.03 cm (approx)
  • Rectangle 2: 5.91 x 0.82 cm (approx)
  • Rectangle 3: 0.97 x 0.81 cm (approx)
draw rectangles using smart guides to create ribbon banner

Step 4

Select the third rectangle. Object > Path > Add Anchor Points.

Use the Direct Selection Tool (A) to select the middle far right anchor point and drag it slightly to the left, to create the ribbon end.

add anchor point to shape and adjust ribbon end with direct selection tool

Step 5

Now let’s slant the three rectangle boxes. Select all three.

Take the Shear Tool from the Tools panel or choose Object > Transform > Shear.

  • Shear Angle: -190°
  • Angle: -90°
  • OK
shear tool slant banner tools panel object transform shear

Step 6

For the back of the ribbon banner, draw a 6.57 x 2.85 cm (approx) shape, using the Rectangle Tool (M), with a fill of #0d1520.

Then Object > Transform > Shear, and apply a Shear Angle341°

With the shape selected, Object > Arrange > Send to Back (Shift-Command-[), and position it correctly.

create rectangle with rectangle tool slant object transform shear and send to back

Step 7

Use the Selection Tool (V) to position the end of the banner slightly below the second.

Then take the Pen Tool (P), and draw a triangle as shown below.

Select all the banner elements, and Group (Command-G) and align behind the text.

use selection tool draw triangle pen tool group together send to back

Step 8

Let’s create the banner behind ‘PLACE – STREET ADDRESS – DOORS  @19:45’.

Grab the Rectangle Tool (M) and draw a 7.22 x 0.53 cm (approx) shape, with fill #FFC216.

Object > Path > Add Anchor Points, and move the middle far left and far right anchor points slightly inwards to create the banner edges.

Rectangle tool object path add anchor points for banner edge

Step 9

Let’s create bars to separate ’21st  8 PM  $20′ and ‘FRIDAY DECEMBER ENTRY’, so they are easily distinguished.

Use the Rectangle Tool (M) and draw a 0.05 x 0.97 cm (approx) shape, with a fill of #FFC216.

Hold down the ShiftAlt keys and drag horizontally to duplicate.

Then select both bars and apply an Effect > Stylize > Drop Shadow… with settings:

  • Opacity: 78%
  • Mode: Multiply
  • X Offset: 0.01 cm
  • Y Offset: 0.01 cm
  • Blur: 0.01 cm
  • Color: #073b54
create rectangle bars separate text apply drop shadow

Step 10

Let’s add some decorative pointers for ‘FRIDAY DECEMBER ENTRY’.

Use the Rectangle Tool (M) and create one long bar of 0.09 x 0.03 cm and a 0.12 cm square.

Select the square. Object > Transform > Rotate at 45°.

Place the square at the tip of the horizontal rectangle, and Vertically Align Center the two shapes.

Give them a white fill, and place them on the left of the text.

Copy (Command-C) and Paste in Front(Command-F), to duplicate the elements.

Finally, use the Reflect Tool (O), click between ‘EM” in ‘DECEMBER’ to set the point of axis, and flip the objects.

create rectangles vertical align center duplicate copy paste front and use reflect tool to mirror

Step 11

And for the final touch, let’s add a decorative diamond pattern on the base.

Create a 0.14 cm square. Object > Transform > Rotate at 45°.

Hold down the ShiftAlt keys and drag horizontally to duplicate.Give one square a white fill and the other a color fill of #20c3ef.

Then, with the two diamond shapes selected, hold down the ShiftAlt keys to constrain movement and duplicate the selection, and drag horizontally.

Use the Command-D shortcut to Transform Again. Repeat till you reach the edge of the banner.

5. How to Create Illustrations to Complement the Event Flyer

Step 1

I left a small space between ‘LIVE MUSIC BAND’ and ’21st 8PM $20′, to add three illustrations of dancing sweaters.

From the Layers panel, Lock the ‘Graphics‘ layer and move onto ‘Top Graphics‘.

So let’s create our first little cute dancing sweater.

Grab the Rounded Rectangle Tool, from the Tools panel, and draw two rectangles with a fill of #20c3ef.

  • Rectangle 1: 0.62 x 0.74 cmCorner Radius: 0.1 cm
  • Rectangle 2: 0.32 x 0.25.cmCorner Radius: 0.1 cm

Place them on top of one another to create the sweater body and collar.

use rounded rectangle tool to create sweater collar and body

Step 2

Then Swap Fill & Stroke (Shift-X), and select the Pen Tool (P) and draw 5.5 pt weight stroke arms for the sweater.

Open the Stroke panel (Window > Stroke), and set the stroke settings to the following:

  • Cap: Round Cap
  • Corner: Round Join

Take the Direct Selection Tool (A) and select all the ‘elbow’ anchor points. This will enable the Live Corners widget to appear next to each corner point. Drag theLive Widgets to round the ‘elbow’ edges. 

Then take the Ellipse Tool (L), with white fill, and draw a 0.2 x 0.09 cm ellipse on top of the collar as shown below.

Shift Modes (Shift-D) to Draw Behind from the Tools panel, and use the Rounded Rectangle Tool to draw the white sweater bottom and sleeves.

Use the Rotate Tool (R) to rotate the top sleeve as shown.

swap fill stroke panel round corners Live corners Live widgets curve Shift D Draw behind Rotate tool to rotate

Step 3

Let’s add a snowflake to the sweater front.

Shift Modes (Shift-D) to Draw Normal from the Tools panel.

Draw a 1 pt, white stroke line in the center of the sweater. Then use the Pen Tool (P) to draw ‘V’ tips on the top and bottom.

Select the snowflake shapes with the Selection Tool (V). Command-G to Group. 

Select the Rotate Tool (R). Hold down the Alt key to duplicate and rotate.

Transform Again (Command-D) to repeat the action, and you’ve got a snowflake!

Step 4

Move on to create sweater 2.

Grab the Selection Tool (V), select all the elements of the first sweater, and hold the Shift-Alt keys to drag and duplicate the sweater.

Delete the snowflake.

Change the color fill of the sweater collar, arms, and body to #00699e. Color the sweater neck, bottom, and sleeves #10375b.

Then, use the Direct Selection Tool (A) to select the anchor points and the Rotate Tool (R) to alter the direction slightly. 

Put the sleeves in position, and use the Rectangle Tool (R) to create a 0.13 cm square with color fill #20c3ef.

Object > Transform > Rotate, set Rotate Angle to 45°, and click OK

Hold down the ShiftAlt keys to constrain and duplicate the square as seen below, and position the copies on the sweater.

duplicate sweater color fill create rectangle design sweater

Step 5

Moving on to the last sweater design, use the Selection Tool (V) to select all elements of the first sweater, and hold the Shift-Alt keys to drag and duplicate the sweater. 

Delete everything but the neck and body part. Change the color of the sweater collar and body to #faa722.

Grab the Pen Tool (P). Swap Fill & Stroke (Shift-X) and draw 5.5 pt weight stroke arms for the sweater.

Then take the Rounded Rectangle Tool and draw a white 0.06 x 0.6 cm center line on the sweater.

Add pockets with the Rectangle Tool (R). Create white rectangles of 0.17 x 0.23 cm, and hold Shift-Alt and drag to duplicate to the other side.

And then use the Direct Selection Tool (A). Select the bottom anchor points of the pockets, and curve them using the Live Widgets, as shown below.

Step 6

To finish off the sweater, Shift Modes (Shift-D) to Draw Behind, and use the Rounded Rectangle Tool to draw the white sweater bottom and sleeves. Use the Rotate Tool (R) to rotate their axis.

sweater design shift modes use rounded rectangle and rotate tool

Step 7

For the final steps, Group (Command-G) each sweater with its respective parts. Select all sweaters. Hold down the Shift-Alt keys to constrain and scale proportionally.

Vertical Align Bottom from the Align panel.

Apply a Drop ShadowEffect > Stylize > Drop shadow… with settings:

  • Opacity: 24%
  • Mode: Multiply
  • X Offset: 0.05 cm
  • Y Offset: 0.05 cm
  • Blur: 0 cm
  • Color: #231f20

Congratulations! You’re Ready to Party!

Feel free to adjust the final design, proofread it, add a logo to brand it, and add your own twist. 

You can find some great sources of inspiration at GraphicRiver to enhance the design and help you create something awesome.

I hope you’ve enjoyed following this beautiful tutorial and learned something new you can apply to future projects. Please post your results down below!

Now go parade those embarrassing holiday sweaters or organise an ‘Ugly Sweater’ fundraiser event for a charity.

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