Save some money and print these Free Printable Christmas Greeting Cards to mail out to loved ones this year. These are festive and elegant cards you just print, cut, and mail!
These card templates are a must for sending well wishes and love to all your family and friends!
The perfect way to save some money, but still send love this holiday season. Christmas cards can be expensive so make your own for a fraction of the price.
🎄 Why You’ll Love These Cards
- Free to grab
- Save some money
- Easy to print
- Cut and customize a note
- Pretty designs
If you are trying to look to saving money, cutting out holiday cards is a great starting point. Just use money for stamps and you saved a ton of money.
📌 Expert Tips
To really take this up a notch, print these on card stock. This is a heavier grade of paper and the end result is extremely nice. The paper is thicker and it takes ink better than traditional printer paper.
If you want to avoid using the ink in your home printer, send these to Staples or Office Depot. They will print them for you and you won’t have to worry about buying more printer cartridges any time soon!
I recommend buying some card stock. That way your card will be sturdier in texture and hold up. If you use regular printer paper you might find it crumbles up a lot easier.
The average time to send out Christmas cards is 2-3 weeks before Christmas. Now, if you want to be ahead of the game, go right ahead. I like to take time and get them all ready in advance and then drop them off at the mail all at once.
If you are going to send them after Christmas, maybe write a note in the cards saying happy New Year or something along the lines. It is best to send before but we all get busy, and something is better than nothing.
🖨️ How to Print
- Grab the printable Christmas cards.
- Choose the size and print as directed.
- Cut around the guide.
- Write a note or sign name.
- Place in the envelope and mail to a loved one.
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