Christmas is that time of year when we want to express all our wishes for peace, health and prosperity for those we love and the best way to do that is with a Christmas card.
This simple piece of paper can make the heart of the recipient overflow with joy. The Christmas card may come with a gift or alone, what really matters is the intention to wish a good new year.
And today's post is filled with inspirations from Christmas cards to make yourself at home. You can opt for custom, handmade and handmade card templates or those editable ones that can be printed later.
We can not fail to mention that making a Christmas card at home is the most economical and personal way of gifting someone, is not it? So come learn how to make a creative and different Christmas card. Let's introduce you to so many options that you will not even know which one to choose:
How To Make Christmas Card
DIY - Christmas Card
The first suggestion is a Christmas card with a 3D pine in the center. The idea is simple, but a whim. Here's how to do it in the video below:
Easy and Cheap Christmas Cards to Make
The following video shows not only one but three different Christmas card templates for you to make. One of them is even editable on the computer and can be printed later. Just take a look:
How to Make Christmas Pop Up Card
Want to learn how to make a Christmas card from scratch? So follow the step by step of this video, it's worth learning and gifting with this special mega card. Check out:
3D Christmas Card
And what about a 3D Christmas card? The tip here is to teach you how to make a card decorated with 3D Christmas ball. Like the idea? Then watch the video and see how to do it:
Christmas card in EVA
EVA is always a great friend of the craftsman and could not be left out of this series of videos of how to make a Christmas card. So if you like the material and want to use it on your cards watch the video to learn the step-by-step:
Now that you've seen different ways of how to make a Christmas card, how about checking out some creative and original card ideas? Do you unite what you have learned with the inspirations that we have brought next? There are 65 pictures of Christmas cards for you to love and make there in your home too:
Picture 1 - Instead of one, make several Christmas cards and present all family and friends.
Picture 2 - The classic elements of Christmas can not be left out of the card: balls, pine leaves and the colors red, green and gold.
Picture 3 - Here is the little girl dressed for Christmas that gives the joyful and fun touch to the card.
Picture 4 - Simple, but special for those who receive; And do not forget: Capriche in the words
Picture 5 - A great idea of Christmas card: photos! Surely the person you receive will love it.
Picture 6 - They are cards, but also can turn into ornaments in the Christmas tree
Picture 7 - Note the materials for this card here: white paper, ribbon and a small star; fold, cut and paste and the card will be ready.
Image 8 - The handwritten music letter on the Christmas card.
Picture 9 - Call the children and make the Christmas cards together for the family.
Picture 10 - And remember to do a special good for Grandma.
Picture 11 - A dose of humor and relaxation is also welcome in the Christmas card.
Image 12 - A few paint strokes on white paper and the Christmas card is ready, did you like the idea? That simple!
Picture 13 - This model here comes out a little bit of the typical themes of Christmas, but it is still in the mood.
Picture 14 - Creativity and good humor are the key to a fun and original Christmas card.
Picture 15 - Feel free to write what you want on the card.
Picture 16 - And use cute little pets like this sweet koala.
Image 17 - A different cut on the card already changes a lot.
Image 18 - Personalized card and envelope.
Picture 19 - Small, but full of good intentions.
Image 20 - Fabric retinas and some sequins give life to this Christmas card.
Picture 21 - Buttons! Surely you have it at home.
Image 22 - Let the embarrassment be only in the flicker of the flicker, in the words be fluid and open.
Image 23 - Choose symbols and elements that represent something important to you and the person who will receive the card.
Picture 24 - Pine trees of various species decorate this Christmas card.
Picture 25 - Handmade Christmas card: it is beautiful and still shows your affection and dedication in producing it.
Picture 26 - But you can also buy a ready and finished decorating it and fill it at home.
Image 27 - Do you know how to crochet? Then take the lines and needles to decorate the Christmas card.
Image 28 - Another tip is to use fabric flaps to form leaked designs.
Picture 29 - The children of the family set the tone for this other card.
Picture 30 - Christmas card inspired by that friend or relative who loves to have a beer.
Picture 31 - And for those who like pets you can make a card with dog faces.
Picture 32 - Look at another suggestion of Christmas card for friends who enjoy a drink.
Image 33 - Peace, joy and ... fires? Anyone who has a puppy at home will understand the profound meaning of this message.
Image 34 - A 3D Christmas card template to let anyone get in love.
Picture 35 - A fun pun on the cover of the Christmas card.
Image 36 - Christmas treats are the theme of this other card.
Image 37 - Did you think that cat fans would not have Christmas card inspirations? Look at this one then.
Picture 38 - Take a day of the week just to dedicate to the Christmas cards; It'll be relaxing, believe me!
Image 39 - Want a Christmas card decorated with pine trees? So get these two ideas for you.
Image 40 - Pineapples and walking sticks? Why not? It's fun and different.
Image 41 - If you can not draw, no problem, use the computer to create the shapes and then print.
Picture 42 - How about 'sewing' the Christmas card? That's right!
Picture 43 - Christmas card inspired by the bird trend of the moment: the flamingo.
Image 44 - Fill the Christmas card with confetti and celebrate with your family the new year.
Picture 45 - Put the artist inside you to work this Christmas.
Picture 46 - The children's little hands have become the ideal mold for these Christmas cards.
Picture 47 - A card for your other half, could not miss right?
Image 48 - The theme here is the magical Christmas night.
Image 49 - Shapes and figures are also on the list of designs for Christmas cards.
Picture 50 - But if you want to make a mini paper house, that's fine too, go ahead.
Picture 51 - Santa taken off.
Picture 52 - Mix colors and shapes and make one card different from the other.
Picture 53 - Now, if you really want to impress with a chic and elegant card, take inspiration from this one.
Picture 54 - A Sleeping Santa in the cardboard cover.
Picture 55 - Enjoy the Christmas card to wish a good trip to friends who are going on vacation.
Picture 56 - Flashing lights are the charm of that other card.
Image 57 - And for those who never dispense a cup of coffee ....
Image 58 - Do not know which card to do? Do it all!
Image 59 - Do you have enough time left to make the cards? Then you can try the one with the whole leaked message.
Image 60 - For the moderns, bet on black and white cards.
Image 61 - Dressmakers on call will have no trouble making this model here.
Picture 62 - For those who celebrate Christmas and birthday at the same time, an even more special card.
Picture 63 - For fans of music and Christmas.
Picture 64 - And this one? A treat!
Picture 65 - Look what woolen yarns and brown paper can make together, incredibly simple and beautiful these cards.