Have you ever thought of creating your own greeting Easter e-card for your families, friends or relatives? Itâ€™s such a meaningful thing I think which can save money but express your best wishes for them at the same time.
Now this article is meant to serve as quick guide to help you create wonderful Easter e-card with Flash Banner Maker!
What youâ€™ll need: Flash Banner Maker—Sothink SWF Easy
Step 1: Start a New Projec
1. Launch the program Sothink SWF Easy. A â€œNew From Templateâ€ window will pop up. Please choose the â€œBlank Documentâ€ option and click â€œOKâ€.
2. Go to the â€œPropertiesâ€ panel below and set width and height value for your greeting Easter card.
Step 2: Import Image
We need a prepared image as the background of your greeting e-card. Please choose â€œFileâ€ -> â€œImportâ€, and then navigate to select the image you have prepared.
You will see the â€œImport Imageâ€ dialog box. Choose â€œFit to movieâ€ and click â€œOKâ€.
The new background is as below now:
Step3: Add Text
You can write your best wishes on the card. Click the Text tool from toolbar.
Drag a rectangle on the stage, and then write down your words. For example:
Then you can go to the Properties panel below and set text style, such as font, size, color, etc.
See the final text:
Step 4: Add Text Effect
You can add various text effects for your e-card to make it more attractive. Click the text and choose “Add Effect” option above.
And then you will see the â€œSelect Effectâ€ window.
Lots of ready-to-use Flash effects are prepared and listed on the left list. You can preview each on the right window.
Select a preferred one and click â€œOKâ€. We just choose the â€œJump for Joyâ€ effect for example.
Step 5: Preview Your work
In Sothink SWF Easy, you can click the preview button from the Toolbar to preview your work.
Step 6: Export the Final Work
Your own greeting Easter card has been successfully created now. You can export it to SWF, GIF or AVI format. Choose â€œFileâ€ -> â€œExport Movieâ€, and then select the desired output format and click â€œOKâ€.