Save Time & Money With These Holiday Card Printables
It’s that time of year again! The holidays are upon us and that means it’s time to start thinking about Christmas cards. If you’re like me, you want to save money wherever you can. That’s why I’ve designed a few festive fun options for you to choose from this season. You can print your own cards at home for free!
All is Calm All is Bright With everything being a little bit extra crazy, I wanted to include a card that expresses a wish a for a bit more peace this holiday season. We could all use more peace- am I right?
Have a Sweet Holiday The Christmas season always brings up a sense of nostalgia and at the memories of my own Christmases as a child. One of those things that always reminded me of the holidays was the special candy jar my grandma would put out with the classic hard candies. It was so fun to make the design and think about enjoying those candies that only came out this time of year and remembering my sweet grandma and how she would make Christmas so special.
Tidings of Comfort and Joy
When I am working on holiday designs, I love incorporating lyrics from the classic songs. How many times to do we read these sentiments and soon after have the jingle running through our head? Nothing like a good Christmas carol to get you in the holiday spirit!
Silent Night Holy Night
There couldn’t be a selection without including a card that remembers, “the reason for the season.” Singing this beautiful Christmas carol every year always helps me remember what really matters during this very busy time.
The inside of all the cards are left blank so you can personalize your own message and holiday wishes. You can print these at home or if your printer doesn’t take card stock, you can have them printed at Staples, Fedex or some other reasonably priced local printer. These are all standard 5″ x 7″ greeting card size, so you can grab envelopes at a local craft store like Hobby Lobby or Michaels.
Additionally, you can print them and trim them as post cards so you won’t need envelopes at all. Or maybe you would rather use them as table art or in a craft project or embroidery project. The possibilities are abundant. Download one or all 4 and use them as you need this holiday season. I only ask that you not resell these or use them for commercial use. If you are interested in this, please reach out to me here.