Free Christmas Card Printable

Happy holidays friends!  It’s that time of year where I create a unique holiday card to send to my friends and family. 

This year I kept it simple and repurposed an old giraffe illustration that I did a few years ago.  I added some mistletoe from his mouth and a common holiday phrase and bam, the perfect Christmas card was made. 

If you want to download this free Christmas card printable, follow the instructions below.

How to download the card

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This card is for personal use only.  You can print as many as you want to give to your loved ones but under no circumstances should you resell or distribute the file as your own design.

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The cards print on a standard 8.5″ x 11″ sheet of paper with two cards per sheet.  You’ll just need to cut the card sheet down the center and then fold the cards in half.  I would recommend using a cardstock to give the card some weight.

When printed on 8.5″ x 11″ cardstock, each card will be 4.25″ x 5.5″. This is the perfect size to fit in standard A2 envelopes!

When it comes to cutting the cardstock to separate the two cards, you can do that with a ruler and standard scissors.  However, a paper cutter will make the job much easier.  Seriously, I love mine!

One thing that I’m going to buy before sending Christmas cards next year is a personalized return address stamp.  Writing my return address on every envelope was annoying.

More Holiday Cards

Check out our other free printable holiday card options!

5 Christmas cards featuring different animals.

To download free printable cards for other occasions such as birthdays, housewarming cards Easter & more, check out our printable downloads page.

Which card is your favorite?  I think the puffin one is my favorite but that is probably because it reminds me of my trip to Iceland.

Looking for more Christmas Craft Ideas?  Check out my other Christmas posts.

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