I mentioned it here on the blog quite a few times already: I am a fan of handwritten messages. And of course, Christmas is calling for handwritten cards. But the time before Christmas is for most of us the busiest season of the year, so no one has time to make their own greeting cards. And also, buying a card for everyone you want to wish a merry Christmas can get costly. Printable Christmas cards are the solution. Quick and affordable – print as many as you need.
If you like the envelopes in my images and want these unique envelopes, too, check out this post.
I haven’t talked about it a lot here, maybe because I am a perfectionist and it’s far from perfect yet, but I’ve started a small design business called Eskaa Designs. I am creating stationery designs, logos and printables – some of which you can see on this blog – and I am currently busy setting up my Etsy shop.
So see these printables as a test run as I would like to add them to my shop. What do you think? I appreciate any feedback.
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Download your printable Christmas cards here:
1 – Print the downloaded file on thick paper. I recommend at least 200gsm white paper – check beforehand what the maximum is your printer takes. For designs with watercolour elements like the Happy Holidays card, I prefer 280gsm textured art paper.
2 – Fold the sheet along the folding marks. It might help to place a ruler where the fold should go and score the paper slightly with a sharp object like scissors. Be careful not to actually cut the paper.
3 – Cut within the dotted line. Done.
I always find it hard to decide on new motifs for my printable Christmas cards. Should I go with motifs everyone knows and likes or go a bit unusual? What do you think? What are your favourite Christmas motifs?