Free Card Maker for Halloween
We always think that it is difficult to make a quality greeting card for special days, now it gets easy and simple with the help of Photo Card Maker. Though is a free card maker and picture editing, this photo card maker still supports kinds of functions to attract you.
With Photo Card Maker, you can creat a interesting greeting card just in a minute with with its new and old photo templates. There are still some new released templates according to the occasion. What you need to do, is just download them and import to the Photo Card Maker, so you can use them to make a greeting card for Halloween directly and conveniently.
Key features included:
- 1) Hundreds of templates for you to choose
- 2) Update text provided by templates
- 3) Add text comments onto your photo
- 4) Move, resize and rotate photo
- 5) support popular image formats
- 6) Import / Export templates
How to make cards for Halloween
Step1. Free download Photo Card Maker, install and run it.
Tips: you are highly recommended to download new Easter templates and other photo templates released by Photo Card Maker. Then import your downloaded photo templates into this software. Thus you will have more choices to select the most suitable photo template for your Easter pictures.
Step2. Choose a suitable template for Halloween category.
Photo Card Maker supports you editing any of its photo templates. So you are free to re-edit the existing texts on the templates, or even delete the original texts.
Step3. Add a photo you like and Adjust it
Photo Card Maker allows you to import more than one picture to its Edit Window. Click "Photo" on the top main menu, from the pop-up photo selection window choose your favorite photo, and click "Open" button. And then adjust it for better.
Tips: Photo Card Maker supports you importing pictures in various formats, like BMP, JPEG, JPG, PNG, TGA, TIFF, TIF, JP2, J2K. You can add these kinds of pictures as ornaments for your Halloween cards.
Step4. Save your handmade card.
Halloween is an annual holiday observed on October 31, which commonly includes activities such as trick-or-treating, attending costume parties, carving jack-o'-lanterns, bonfires, apple bobbing, visiting haunted attractions, playing pranks, telling scary stories, and watching horror films.