So it’s a few days before Christmas and up until this morning I had no Christmas cards to give to friends and neighbours. The situation was easily remedied by using Microsoft Publisher and some stock-standard white cards to print my very own Christmas cards.
And because I love sharing, I have attached the two images I used as well as the completed Christmas Card Printable and the Envelope Printable.
To use my minimalistic Christmas tree and my simple grey chevrons, just click on the images below and save them to your computer.
Don’t have time to faff around with the images and create your own Christmas cards? Then simply click on the images below and save or print my Minimalistic Christmas Tree Christmas Cards.
The message inside reads:
May your hearts
be filled with joy!
I have supplied both a quarter-fold template (to be printed out on A4 paper and then folded into quarters) and a half-fold template (to be printed out on A5 card stock and folded in half). I don’t like quarter-fold cards. It’s just a personal preference. But there might be one or two of you that find yourselves not only without Christmas cards, but also without card stock. In that case, you will be grateful for a quarter-fold template.
If you are printing this card out on A5 cards – as I have done – please remember to select A5 as your paper size. Also please remember to print the first page and then flip the card over before printing the second page. And no, I don’t think you’re that stupid. But I am!
Free Last-minute Christmas Card Printables
Half-fold Christmas Card Printable
Quarter-fold Christmas Card Printable
I hope you guys aren’t rushed off your feet with last-minute Christmas preparations.
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