The elves aren’t the only ones working overtime this season. Between holiday parties, gift shopping, and travel, it’s hard to find time to pick up the perfect holiday greeting card for your loved ones (and get one that doesn’t break Santa’s budget). Whether you’re looking for an extra special personal touch or trying to save a couple dollars, printing your own holiday greeting cards is a great way to show family and friends that you care—all from the comfort of your home. Using these stylish templates, you can customize them to show off your personality too!
What better source to get free downloadable print-at-home Christmas Cards from than one of print’s industry leaders? Xerox offers free templates for a quick cost-effective way to spread holiday cheer this season using your very own home printer.
Homemade Gifts Made Easy has more than a handful of top-quality Christmas card designs to choose from; all very cheerful and clever that we simply couldn’t afford not to add them to this list.
Download these free printable Christmas cards in PDF or PowerPoint formats.
Avery offers a ton of printable, easily customizable templates for holiday address labels, round and oval labels, gift tags, and cards.
Want to get the kids involved? Education.com has something to keep the kiddos while they’re on holiday break. Have your little ones create and sign their own Christmas cards to send grandma and grandpa this season. I’m sure grandparents appreciate the extra personal touch.
Designing and printing your own holiday greeting cards is a quick and easy way to make a big impression. Having the right supplies on hand when you print is key to your success though. Good quality paper or cardstock really makes all the difference, and gives your cards the look and feel of a professionally made card. InkCartridges.com recommends a 80/100 cardstock for the touch and crisp edges you know and love from the best holiday cards. Or choose a semi-gloss paper for vibrant colors and a clean finish.
If you are printing a batch of cards, be sure to have enough ink in your printer too. Nothing throws a humbug at your holiday spirit like running out of ink halfway through your big printing party.