When you own a shop or a boutique, your merchandising materials don't end with flyers, calling cards, social media graphics, and everything else you use for marketing. You also need to extend your designs to the business side of things, such as your invoice. This billing statement needs to have a consistent look with the rest of your store. That way, your clients and customers will immediately associate the invoice with your shop. At the same time, it’s added marketing. When someone sees the well-designed invoice, your shop becomes top-of-mind. How are you going to do this, though? Why, with Canva, of course!
Because Canva has several invoice templates, you’ll surely find one you can customize. You can upload a photo of your products or your boutique’s façade and use this as the main image of your design. Canva’s photo editing tools will help you sharpen, enhance, and even add advanced filters to the photograph. If your store’s vibe works better with illustrations, check out Canva’s huge media bank. You’ll find images, icons, and stickers to drag and drop into your design. Make sure the background is also consistent with the look of your shop. Do this by adding patterns, textures, frames, and borders. Once you’re done with the overall look, use Canva’s text tool to input your store’s information. If you want to tweak the fonts, we have over a hundred styles to choose from. You can also play around with the colors using our color wheel. When your invoice design is perfect, download it in high resolution for when you need to print it out, and keep a soft copy for digital transactions.
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