Associate Designer for Layers Magazine, Christy Winter creates a Baby Shower/Party Invitation in InDesign with downloadable files so you can follow along!.

After you are finished, click here to watch Part 2 of this tutorial.

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  1. Dazza (Reply) on Wednesday September 23, 2009

    As a complete noobie to InDesign this was a refreshingly straight forward and interesting tute. Having spent some time tracing demask patterns of my own it got double points for using em!

    Thanks so much for this. =)

  2. Kim (Reply) on Wednesday September 23, 2009

    Thanks! That was really helpful!

  3. Gavin (Reply) on Wednesday September 23, 2009

    Thanks again Christy for a great Tut, its a pleasure to follow you during your presentation you make it look so easy. Thanks for the files to fallow along. See you on part 2.

    • Gavin (Reply) on Wednesday September 23, 2009

      Another Gavin!

  4. Danielle (Reply) on Wednesday September 23, 2009

    Loved this tutorial. Im new to the adobe creative suite and these tutorials really help. Thanks!!!!

  5. Sarah (Reply) on Wednesday September 23, 2009

    Excellent tutorial, it was very easy to follow along with. I learned a few new tricks along the way. Thank you very much! Love the rococo pattern that you made!

  6. Stefania Rao (Reply) on Wednesday September 23, 2009

    thank you, it’s a very usefull tutorial!

  7. Anna Saunders (Reply) on Wednesday September 23, 2009

    Wonderful tut! Love your style. But a theme such as a Baby Shower doesn’t need grunge effect I think.

  8. Steve Chalker (Reply) on Wednesday September 23, 2009

    Great tutorial Christy! (OMG I wrote out tutorial! How un-cool.)
    This has made me consider subscribing to Layers, which I guess is the whole point. Thanks again, good job.

  9. [...] Click here to watch Part 1 of this tutorial. [...]

  10. Sheila (Reply) on Wednesday September 23, 2009

    Thank you! Learned a lot and love the result!

  11. ottost (Reply) on Wednesday September 23, 2009

    Excelente video, but the sound of Ad is very high Do you pretend to leave me deaf?



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