The sunflower sticker needed only one template, but when creating a product such as an invitation, more templates are usually required. Whenever the font style or size changes, you will need a separate line of template text.
For example, this deer and antlers birthday party invitation contains 5 lines of text. The additional step you'll need to take is aligning the lines of text so they are spaced evenly, and appear centered on the paper.
For a simple invitation like this one, highlight (by clicking on) every line of text you want to use. To do this on a Mac, hold down the Command key while clicking the text. Then, use the Arrange tab to bring up the options menu, as seen in my screenshot below.
1. Choose Space selected evenly (vert.) from the list, and every line of text will be separated evenly.
2. To be sure all the text is centered directly over each other, click Align selected, which takes you to a new menu. Choose the blue center Horizontal option.
Now your text is looking good, but lastly you will need to make sure it's centered on the paper. Before de-selecting all those lines, use the icon which centers things - it's the one with the arrows, to make sure the text positioned correctly on the invitation.
If you fail to complete all these steps, and just eyeball the text, hoping it is in the correct place, the printed, end product may not look right. This is the general way to set up an invitation.
Play around with the template options to get a feel for all the fun you can have.