Happy holidays friends! I’m running a bit behind on everything Christmas related this year. I think I’ll blame it on a late Thanksgiving. Anyone else with me? Over the weekend I finally made some Christmas cards for this year and I’m sharing them as a free printable download for all of you to enjoy as well.
I love making my own cards so of course I make a new one each year for Christmas. This year I went with an adorable puffin and created two options. The first is hilarious in my opinion and says “Merry Puffin Christmas”. Now, I understand that you probably wouldn’t want to give that card to everyone. Families with small kids, grandparents, your boss… you get what I mean. So I made a second version that just says “Merry Christmas”. Both options are shown below and you can download both or just one. Whatever suits you!
If you would like to download this puffin Christmas card, head over to my free resource library page and scroll down to the cards section. My free downloads are available exclusively for my subscribers. If you have yet to subscribe, just click here and enter your email. From there you’ll get a confirmation email with a special secret password to access my free resource library page.
You can print the card on a standard 8.5″ x 11″ sheet of paper. It prints with two on one page so you’ll just need to cut the sheet in half and then fold the cards in half. If you have any confusion on where to cut and fold you can reference the detailed instructions that I posted in my watercolor heart card. This is what it looks like when you print it (minus the watermark of course ;)).
If you don’t have a printer at home, it is easy to print at a copy shop such as Staples. I upload mine directly to their website and chose 110 lb card stock and it only costs about 70 cents per page. So you get 2 cards for 70 cents!
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If you want to put it in an envelope, the cards end up being 4.25″ x 5.5″. This makes them fit nicely in a standard A2 envelope Like these that can be purchased on Amazon.
Check out some of my other Christmas projects.
Are you sending Christmas cards this year? I know many people have stopped but I don’t think I’ll ever stop sending them. It’s such an important part of the holiday season for me!