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Create Greetings Using Kreeting Kard

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Wondering how on earth to create a quick greeting card or postcard without having to go through using Scribus or some other software? I grew up in the 80s so I was used to Print Master. In Print Master, all my greeting card needs and banner needs were easily remedied. Each of them would have some kind of template and wizard and the images where easily chosen because they came with the application. Unfortunately I haven’t found anything like this yet. So far, the only one I saw that’s close enough is Kreeting Kard. You could try out Kreeting Kard, a free and open source software dedicated to this task. Well, mainly postcards, at least.

Kreeting Kard is available in the repositories. When you search for it in your distribution’s repositories, look for kreetingkard and kreetingkard-templates. Installing it with your Linux distribution’s package manager should be a breeze.

Once you have it installed, you could now begin using it.




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