Creating a personalized Mother's Day card is a simple task using the free Adobe Spark Post application. Available for iPhone (iOS), this tool offers dozens of patterns with ready cards, which can be modified with personal photos and phrases. After creating the montage, the app allows you to send the image to your mother, via WhatsApp or via social networks, using the sharing options.
To learn how to produce and send a personalized card to your mother, follow the step-by-step tutorial below.
Tutorial shows how to use the Adobe Spark Post application to create a Mother's Day card on your cell phone Photo: Marvin Costa / TechTudo
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Step 1. Open Spark Post and, in the "Craft" tab, tap on one of the card templates. With the image in full screen, tap "Remix".
When to start editing a Dias das Mes card template in the Adobe Spark Post app Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa
Step 2. Double-tap the phrase on the card and enter your Mother's Day message. To proceed, tap "Done".
When to personalize phrases on a Mother's Day card in the Adobe Spark Post app Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa
Step 3. Double-tap one of the photos that appears on the card and tap the "Photo library" option.
When viewing photos from cell phone to import in Adobe Spark Post app cards Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa
Step 4. Choose a photo from your gallery to use on the card. Add one of the available filters and tap "Done".
When importing photos from your phone to a Mother's Day card in Adobe Spark Post Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa
Step 5. Proceed by touching the "Share" button. Then, tap "More" to view more sharing options.
To view more sharing options for the Adobe Spark Post app Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa
Step 6. Choose the option "WhatsApp". In the next window, select your mother's contact and tap the "Next" button.
When to start sharing an Adobe Spark Post card Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa
Step 7. Type a caption and tap the arrow icon to send your card.
When to share on WhatsApp a Mother's Day card created in the Adobe Spark Post app Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa