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Summer is always such a fun time of the year. Because of this, there are all kinds of events and celebrations that pop up. If you’re planning one of these yourself, then a bit of advertising is definitely in order. And a particular medium that’s affordable yet effective is flyers. However, if you’re not sure how to start, we’ve got you covered with our Summer Flyer Templates! Promote a fashion sale, tropical hotel, art camp, and more by incorporating our professional content. Each sample is easily editable in Microsoft Publisher, which is the perfect application for creating flyers. So, download now and create your own summer-themed material!
Do you have an upcoming urban house party? What about a new beach gym or youth art camp? Whatever your summertime project may be, you need some good advertising to get people buzzing about it.
But, maybe you’re wondering why even bother with printed flyers in our age of online and digital alternatives. Well, as stated in an article from Chron (an online business resource), print media advertising is effective at reaching broader audiences. Plus, in particular, flyers are relatively cheap and easy to prepare.
Microsoft Publisher is an excellent choice for designing your summer flyer. And we’ve got a handful of tips (below) on how to get the most out of the application!
The very first thing to think about is how big you want your flyers. There’s a range of different standard options, which goes from 5.8 x 4.1 inches to 8.5 x 11 inches. To help you decide, consider the distribution location and your budget.
After opening a blank document or template in MS Publisher, set the print size through the Page Design tab. In this tab, go to Page Setup > Size and pick your desired option.
One of the main aspects that makes a flyer effective is its visual appeal (which uses artwork, photography, etc.). With a well-designed flyer, you’re more likely to get someone interested in your summer event or offer. However, it’s not just about the quality of the render, but also how it matches your promotion.
For example, if you’re holding a sale for fun summer clothing in both retro and modern styles, then you’ll want photos that show those clothes off.
Incorporate some strategic and creative planning when using your visual resources. Look through all your photos and artwork—determine the background, the suitable amount, the layout, and so on.
Add your pictures by going to Insert > Pictures and select the file from your folder. Click-drag the image itself for repositioning and click-drag the nodes on its sides for resizing.
Of course, visuals are only part of a flyer’s appeal. To really get people into your promotions, you need a dash of creative dialogue. For starters, use an eye-catching header at the top, something like “Beautiful Sunset Beach Party” or “John Doe Hotel - Tropical Views Galore.”
To add your written content, you’ll need a few text boxes. Add a text box by opening the Insert ribbon and then select the Draw Text Box option. Next, click-drag across the desired area to place the text box and determine its size. And, while the text box is selected, use the Format ribbon to customize it.
So, did you read all our tips? Don’t forget that our Summer Flyer Templates are also here to help your work!
Some of these sizes are:
Here’s a list of viable options:
When designing a summer flyer, use pictures that are either .jpeg or .png files.
Such businesses include:
Use a portrait format when creating your summer flyer design.