DIY christmas card is a fun way to share your holiday spirit with family and friends. From the traditional to the modern, there are many ways to make Christmas cards.
DIY Christmas cards: 3 ideas
Christmas cards are the most exciting part of sending festive greetings to your loved ones. But if you’re looking for an easy and inexpensive way to make Christmas cards, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve got three DIY Christmas card ideas that will make this holiday season even brighter.
Use a cookie cutter or stencil to create a snowflake design. Use glitter or paint and/or pens/pencils to add color to it. Add your own personal touch by writing your name in cursive on the front or inside of the card, along with a personal message inside or outside of the card.
Create a snowman silhouette by using different shades of blue and white glitter glue on construction paper before gluing the finished product onto a piece of white cardstock paper. Attach your greeting inside using a gold foil sticker attached to black ribbon, which can be tied around twine or wire for added effect.
Draw an outline of Santa’s face (including his hat) on colored construction paper using pencil crayons. Fill in the gaps with red glitter glue and allow it to dry before attaching it onto white cardstock paper using double-sided tape at the bottom edge.
Christmas card ideas: How to make 3D Christmas cards
3D Christmas cards are a fun way to surprise your friends and family. With some simple materials, you can create a one-of-a-kind card that’s sure to bring a smile! Here are some of our favorite ideas for creating your own 3D cards.
How to make a 3D DIY christmas card?
1.Use a 3D card maker kit
You can find out more about this DIY project in our article: 3D photobooth card maker kit. This is a very easy project, and you don’t need to be an expert to do it. Even if it’s your first time using a 3D card maker kit, you will be able to make a great Christmas card that everyone will love!
2.Make your own pop up card
If you want to go the extra mile, then making your own pop up card is the way to go. It takes a little bit more time and effort, but the result is absolutely worth it! This is also a great way to recycle old cards and turn them into something new and exciting for Christmas!
3. Build a snowflake shaped card
Cut a square piece of white paper, then fold it in half to create a rectangle. Fold the rectangle in half again so that you have four layers of paper. Cut along the top and bottom edges so that you have two identical triangles with rounded ends.
4.Decorate the card with glitter and stickers
Apply glue to one side of each triangle and sprinkle glitter over it until covered. Stick on some festive stickers or other decorations to decorate your card.
Homemade Christmas cards: the Winter Wonderland Christmas card
This is a great way to get creative with your design and save money at the same time. You may have seen this type of card before, but if not – here’s how it works:
Take some white cards and cut out snowflakes or Christmas trees using scissors or an embossing tool (if you have one). You can also use glittery stickers or ribbon for the same effect.
Now stick them onto some cardboard (or even thin cardboard boxes) so that they’re standing up on their own. Now take some more cardboard and cut out different sizes of snowmen or Santa heads from it – these will be your focal points for the card. Stick these around your snowflakes/trees and voilà!
Beautiful Christmas card messages and greetings for your DIY Christmas card
This year, make Christmas cards that are as unique as the people you’re sending them to.Below is a list of Christmas messages and greetings for DIY Christmas cards:
May your holidays be filled with love and laughter!
I wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Season’s Greetings, from all of us at [insert name].
Have a wonderful holiday season!
Wishing you all the best this holiday season.
How to best pack packages DIY christmas card?
The best way to pack a DIY christmas card is to use a small box and then wrap it with bubble wrap. Then use tape to secure the package so it doesn’t open up during transit.
When you are ready to send your DIY Christmas cards, you will want to make sure that the address is written on the back of each card or on an envelope for each person you are sending them too. You can also put tape over your address so that no one else can see it.
Make sure that all of your DIY Christmas cards are in good condition before they go into the box. If any are damaged or have bent corners, you need to replace them before sending them out so that they look nice when they arrive at their destination.
If there is any space left in your box after packing all of your DIY Christmas card, you might want to put some wrapping paper or tissue paper inside as well!