Charity Christmas card supporting the Born Free Foundation, using the lifelike Tiger paintings of wildlife artist, Eric Wilson.
Print out this stunning Taiga Tiger quick card onto your chosen card size to make A5, A6 or A7 cards or use the multi-image sheets to make production line cards for school friends, community groups etc.
As these are 'quick cards', it would be quicker to use pre-made envelopes (such as recycled ones from EcoCraft Ltd, perhaps even coloured envelopes so you can re-use the envelope paper for something else later!) or if you want to make your own envelopes we have included an ink-friendly selection of envelopes to fit the card sizes (C5, C6 and C7)
How to Use these Quick Cards (notes included in download)
- Before printing real cards TEST, TEST, TEST on waste or re-usable paper
- These images are intended for Print at Home and are not print ready.
- The images are set up on A4 sized paper - change printer settings for US Letter and the International A5 and A6 pre-scored card sizes.
A4 Master Images
Images are intended to print on A4, A5 and A6 pre-cut / pre-scored card sizes e.g.
- A4 Master image printed on A4 card, then folded to make an A5 card
- A4 Master image printed on A5 card, then folded to make an A6 card
- A4 Master image printed on A6 card, then folded to make an A7 card
We recommend using ready-made envelopes but we have
included Envelopes for A5, A6 and A7 size cards if you wish
to make your own.
Multiple Sheets for production lines, school friends etc.
Test out using the Border settings below but you may find you
need to trim the cards once cut and folded depending on how your
printer is set up/your paper size.
Our printing tests suggest the following printer settings - but of course
yours are possibly different. TEST everything before a real print run.
- Taiga Tiger Images - print with Borderless OFF
- Siberian in Snow - print with Borderless ON
- Make sure your paper is properly aligned in your printer guides
- Use a good, sharp blade in your paper trimmer or craft knife if using
- Line up your crop marks from the picture side of the print, so that if
your cut goes wrong it shows on the back of the card.
- Use any waste test prints to make decoupage cards!