If you know someone who has a birthday coming up and is passionate about horses then this page is for you. Here you will find four free printable birthday cards, all featuring a beautiful horse or pony.
As you can see, at left, there is also a Free Printable Greeting Card Envelope to fit all the cards.
Card Printing Instructions:
Our quarter-fold printable horse birthday cards are designed to print out easily. Common default printer settings create a 3/4 inch unprintable margin on each page, so each of our horse cards is designed to print inside that margin. The horse images should print quite well from most computers without having to change your printer settings.
Choose “Print” from your computer file menu, then select Print Preview. If you don’t like what you see, open the image in your computer’s preinstalled Paint program, or with other graphic software. If needed, adjust the settings to minimize margins. Please don’t email us for instructions if your computer is different, because unfortunately we just can’t respond to you individually.
For the best reproduction, you should choose a “high” quality of printing.
Choose the card that you wish to print from the choices below. Click on the thumbnail picture to open up the full-size card for printing.
Arabian Quarter Horse Cross
Printable birthday card, shown at left, features a picture of an Arabian Quarterhorse Cross, with “Happy Birthday” on the front, and “With Best Wishes for a Happy Birthday” inside.
Shake Off the Dust
Printable birthday card, at right, says “Shake off the dust…” on the front, and “… And have yourself a very Happy Birthday” on the inside.
Printable birthday card, at left, features a pony munching hay, with “Happy Birthday” on the front, and a smaller picture of the pony on the inside, with space to write your own message.
Printable birthday card, at right, shows twin clydesdales and “Happy Birthday” on the front, with a smaller picture of the clydesdales inside and this quote: “To many, the words love, hope and dreams are synonymous with horses.”
>>by Adrianne Lake