Please note: this is a digital product that you download and print from your home printer. Obviously no tangible product will be mailed; the downloadable file is the product.
The great thing is you can make as many as you want - all for one low price.
You get two versions of the same design featuring a Reindeer with a Santa hat. The only difference is the background: one is red with snowflakes; the other, white with red polka dots. Both say, "Merry & Happy".
Our cards are just slightly larger than 4 x 6 inches. They fit two to a page and are designed for a standard 8.5 inch by 11 inch paper. We recommend that you use card stock. You may even want to glue two pieces together if your card stock is not thick enough. (We recommend using a glue stick, which is far less messy than white glue.)
You have your choice of making either postcards or greeting cards. If you opt for the latter, it isn't a traditional folded card. It is simply a single card. All you have to do is print the front side, leave the back blank for your personal message, and insert it into an envelope for mailing. The great thing about a card with an envelope is it allows you the option of adding glitter or rhinestones or other goodies that would be at risk of rubbing off if sent as a postcard.
For the postcard, it will require back-to-back printing because obviously it requires a front and a back, the latter for your message, stamp and address.
The reality is most of us don't do manual back-to-back printing very often; so if you're like me, you won't remember how you did it!! It's not hard; the trick is to figure how to position the already printed front page because you will have to reinsert that page back into the printer paper tray. The trick is to figure how to position the already printed page and what direction. Fortunately, there are a finite amount of ways it can be done. Good news: there are a few videos on this topic, so you might want to Google it. In my printer, I place the already printed side face up in the tray. If you've not done this before, I strongly urge that you experiment first with an image that won't waste a lot of your ink. I use my camera to take a quick snap of my page in the printer tray for each variation, and then keep the one version that works! If not a picture, you can also take notes.
For those who are doing greeting cards, you will need envelopes that measure as close to 4 by6 inches as possible: preferably 4 1/4 x 6 1/4 inches.
Once the art is downloaded, we cannot provide a refund; we will, however, work with you to resolve any issues that may result.
This is for personal use only and cannot be resold or used commercially.
We offer the files in jpg, but if you prefer a different file, just let us know. Also, please feel free to contact us if you need help.
Red and white
DIY Xmas cards
Merry and Happy