Sending Christmas cards this year doesn’t have to cost a fortune! Here are some of our favorite FREE Christmas Card Templates that you can customize and print from the comfort of your home.
Happy Holidays everyone, we hope you are enjoying your weekend! If you’re like me and haven’t ordered your holiday cards yet, you have come to the right place! We’ve searched high and low for FREE Christmas Cards that you can edit and print from your home. Here is a list of our top ten favorites:
Free Christmas Cards
1. These hand glittered holiday cards from The Tom Kat Studio are simply elegant. Download the free template and some glitter and get busy creating!
2. You won’t believe how simple it is to change some regular text into fancy metallic gold lettering! Get the step-by-step process from Old Salt Farm.
3. (That’s my family!) Visit SomewhatSimple for 3 Christmas Card Templates and an easy tutorial on how to customize them.
4. Forget the boring newsletter- send this darling newsletter card with highlights and snippets of your year, from Bird Design
5. Delia Creates has a darling “Comfort and Joy” printable and a fun tutorial on how she used this design on her DIY Christmas cards! (I LOVE this idea!)
6. Greetings Island makes customizing your own Christmas card SO EASY! And they have a huge library of free options that you can edit on their site and download right away! This colorful tree card template is just one of the many that I LOVE!
7. I love this idea of having the kids color their own Christmas cards! This cute printable is from Mel at From the Pond. (Isn’t it so cute?)
8. These Nutcracker Christmas Cards come in two designs and they’re both blank inside for you to fill with your own greetings. From I Should Be Mopping the Floor.
9. PJs and Paint has 7 free card templates and they are all darling!
10. Folded Christmas Card template (plus 9 more!) from Jeff Hendrikson Designs
So there you go! 10 FREE Christmas cards, just waiting for your to start customizing!
Merry Christmas everyone!
This post originally published in December 2009. It was updated in December 2014 and again in 2020.
It turned out really cute! I think photoshoped cards are great. They save time and look so professional, plus your family and friends would rather here from you with a computer generated card than not at all. I've also seen some cards that people attach their digital card to the front and then decorate the inside. That would be a quick way to personalize things a little bit more.
Becca @ Blue Cricket Design says
That is too cute Steph! I'll have to check that site out! I can't get over how old your kids are!!! Sac town can't get here fast enough!!!