Mushroom Kingdom Create-A-Card

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Mushroom Kingdom Create-A-Card
Title screen for Mushroom Kingdom Create-a-Card
Title screen
Publisher Nintendo
Platform(s) Browser
Rating(s) N/A
Mode(s) Single player
Input Mouse/touchscreen

Mushroom Kingdom Create-A-Card, referred to as Custom Nintendo Greeting Card Creator in the name of its web page, is an activity on the Play Nintendo website.[1] It is a tool to create greeting cards using 2D artwork from the Mario franchise, and is only available to use on desktop and tablet devices. A holiday variant also exists.

Overview[edit]

Reviewing a card

With this tool, the user can design a card using elements from the Mario franchise. The user can choose from different backgrounds and place greetings, characters, or items. A clear button exists to reset the card. A "randomize" button is used to choose a predetermined card design. The user can also add their own message below the card, with the choice to change the text color. Once the user is finished, they can download the card as both a printable PDF and a JPG image.

Decorations[edit]

Greetings, characters and items can be resized.

Greetings[edit]

Backgrounds[edit]

A plain white background is also included.

Characters[edit]

Items[edit]

Randomize[edit]

The following are possible results when choosing "Randomize":

Message text colors[edit]

The written message can be displayed in the following colors.

Black #000000
Blue #258DFA
Green #0DB14B
Red #FF0628
Pink #EF4D8F
Yellow #FFD200
Purple #A800FF
Light green #A0E300
Orange #FF8400

Description and tagline[edit]

The Mushroom Kingdom Create-a-Card activity
You can design custom birthday cards, thank-you notes, and more with a Mushroom Kingdom twist!

The Mushroom Kingdom Create-a-Card activity
Design custom birthday cards, thank-you notes, and invites!

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Custom Nintendo Greeting Card Creator. Play Nintendo. Retrieved November 26, 2019. (Archived February 10, 2021, 12:19:32 UTC via Wayback Machine.)