Print: Holiday Cards

Monday, November 26, 2012






Hope everyone had a great weekend! Now that Thanksgiving is over for us in the states, we can move forward full speed ahead into the Christmas season. No more waiting to loudly blast the holiday music or hold off on decking the halls. Instead of getting into the spirit by shopping this weekend I lounged around, worked on Etsy orders (that are coming in faster everyday!), and made up some holiday cards so I can get some in the mail early this year. I think sending and receiving cards in the mail is one of my favorite things. Sharing is caring so you can download these and print them free here. xo

28 comments:

  1. Love all of them but you know I can't wait for Christmas to come, I will post the recipe of those cookies for you as soon as I cook them this year, someday soon, I also still have to set the tree, when did you set it? In Spain it's around 8th December.
    Have an amazing week Christine.
    kisses

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  2. So thankful for these Christine because as usual, I am bound to leave everything to the last minute and then eventually run out of money!

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  3. The card with the black and red trees is wonderful, Christine, thanks for the tip :)

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  4. Love these! Happy to hear that your shop is busy! I too am so happy to blast the holiday tunes!

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  5. These cards are so lovely! Thank you for sharing them! :)

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  6. I need to buy christmas cards! Thank you for reminding me~ these are lovely~

    -liv
    http://chocolivlovelaugh.blogspot.kr

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  7. Love them! I love the typography on each of them. You are so talented! Check you out, just making Christmas cards. I haven't ever sent cards out let alone made my own. You're putting the rest of us to shame, C! I particularly like the "Happy Christmas" card as it reminds me of Harry Potter when they all say it. So, so lovely. And, if I'm not mistaken, are those white floorboards? SWOON.

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  8. I love all of these! Especially the sounding joy one. I definitely prefer simpler cards, although sometimes it's fun to get Christmas cards from family that are caked in glitter and have little ornaments all over them.

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  9. aw thanks for the free prints, they're so pretty! it must be great to be able to tinker around with designs like that. i think sending and receiving cards is my favorite part too. there's just something so festive of bundling up in a hat and mittens and walking over your stack of cards to the nearest mailbox. I can't wait to start this season! :)

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  10. Loving the graphics- thank you for sharing these!

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  11. These cards are so lovely! Thank you for sharing these !!!

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  12. These cards are so beautiful! I love the modern feel of each of the designs! Thank you for sharing these!

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  13. First world problem? I have more types of holiday cards that I want to send out than friends :)

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  14. This reminds me that I need to get organised! Thanks for sharing. xo

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  15. My family would NOT let me play Christmas music on our road trip home (why? why?), but I fully intend to start now. So ha! I'm ready. Bring it. Working on cards now, making lists and tree this weekend. Love this time of year. I'm slowly easing back into routines. Hope you had a great holiday, dear!

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  16. Love all the cards! Thank you for sharing! Will definitely print some out and send them...I love sending and receiving Christmas cards...

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  17. That's so generous of you. The designs are awesome. I also love sending and receiving holiday cards. Can you believe we haven't even taken the photo for our holiday cards yet?! I'm so behind! Ok, now I'm feeling stressed. ;)

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