How to Create an Easter Flyer in Microsoft Publisher
Since you already know the reason why the church is celebrating Easter, it's time for us to discuss the steps on how to make an efficient Easter flyer. But before we do that, do you have any idea what are the Easter symbols and traditions? If you knew the symbol, it would be much easier for you to understand the context, but if you don't, set your worries aside, for we will tell you what and why.
According to History, the most common symbol of Easter is the Easter bunny, then followed by the Easter eggs and candies. But these symbols were never mentioned in the bible. It was only the German immigrants who started this concept for bunnies or rabbits represent fertility and new life. Now that you know what and why it's time for you to know how to create an easter-inspired flyer with the help of MS Publisher. Here's how:
1. Identify your Objective
First thing first, you need to identify what type of Easter flyer you're going to make. Is it for the church? For an easter weekend party? Or for an Easter concert? Once you have identified your objective, create a draft immediately so you can create a list of the possible designs for your flyer as well as the content, background, and others.
2. Insert the Designs
Inserting the designs to an Easter flyer will never be a problem. Remember the things we discussed about the Easter symbols and traditions? Now is the perfect time for you to incorporate it. To give you an idea, you may insert cute Easter bunny photos as well as an easter basket in which you will place the Easter eggs. But if you don't want to stress yourself in designing from a blank canvass, you can always refer to our flyer templates above and use the ready-made designs we included for your upcoming Easter celebrations.
3. Write the Necessary Details
Now that you already have the designs you need, it's time for you to write the necessary details for your flyer. If it's a party flyer, you'll need to mention the name, time, date, and location of the event, so your audience will know what's your party all about. If there are any specifics you would like to add, feel free to add more as long as it won't confuse your target readers.
4. Proofread and Review your Output
Easters always happen every year. If you feel like you will be designing a flyer once again, you may save your output today and recycle it for the following year. But make sure to review it word-by-word before saving it to see if there are any errors. Once you're done with that, you can start printing as many copies as you want. The more copies you print, the more people will receive your Easter flyer.