Home Made Holiday Cards

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What you’ll need: metallic permanent markers ($7 for 6, [link href=”https://www.amazon.com/Sharpie-Metallic-Permanent-Markers-Assorted/dp/B007QNWC3M/” target=”_blank” 0=”data-tracking-id=”recirc-text-link”” link_updater_label=”external”]amazon.com), white card stock ($7 for 100, amazon.com)

What you’ll need: white card stock ($7 for 100, [link href=”https://www.amazon.com/Pacon-2-inches-11-inches-Sheets-101188/dp/B0006HXSTC/” target=”_blank” 0=”data-tracking-id=”recirc-text-link”” link_updater_label=”external”]amazon.com), green ink pad ($4, amazon.com), red ink pad ($4, amazon.com)

Grab some card stock and felt and you’ve got everything you need to make these cute cards.

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What you’ll need: paint chips ($17 for 800, amazon.com), colorful card stock assortment ($18 for 250, amazon.com)

What you’ll need: colorful card stock assortment ($18 for 250, amazon.com), yarn ($10 for 20, amazon.com), beads ($5, amazon.com)

A snippet of pine adds a natural touch to this lovely card. Just shape it into a circle, then affix to a plain card with a little glue.

Print up a stack of cards in no time flat (and no wasted printer ink) with a custom stamp, created by cutting out designs from a piece of foam.

Bunnies, swirling leaves and cute little mushrooms create an adorable Christmas theme.

A charming winter scene unfolds in this card, which was practically made to be the centerpiece of a mantel display.

If you can score a straight line with a craft knife (hey, there are rulers for a reason), you can create this modern tree.

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What you’ll need: White buttons ($7; amazon.com); Kraft cardstock ($11; amazon.com); Baker’s twine ($3; amazon.com)

Add a little DIY sparkle to your holiday card with this wreath-inspired peace of art.

If you want your holiday card to be colorful and vibrant, these trees made out of paint chips are a super simple way to achieve it. 

What you’ll need: white card stock ($7 for100, [link href=”https://www.amazon.com/Pacon-2-inches-11-inches-Sheets-101188/dp/B0006HXSTC/” target=”_blank” 0=”data-tracking-id=”recirc-text-link”” link_updater_label=”external”]amazon.com), transparency film ($16 for 50, amazon.com), markers ($10 for 12, amazon.com)

What you’ll need: copper leaf ($12, [link href=”https://www.amazon.com/Pieces-Gilding-Imitation-Silver-Decoration/dp/B071VVVQKW/ref=sr_1_7″ target=”_blank” 0=”data-tracking-id=”recirc-text-link”” link_updater_label=”external”]amazon.com), ivory card stock ($11 for 100, amazon.com)

There are two genius secrets behind this card: The stamps are made from common produce (the candy canes were made with cut celery!) and the paint has a light holiday-appropriate scent.

Though many think of it as a crafting material just for kids, felt is fabulous for holiday DIYs. It’s inexpensive, it doesn’t fray, and it comes in so many colors. We love how the bright hues pop against the brown background of these cards.

The creative blogger behind this card used washi tape to create a festive design.

Send a taste of home with this cute card, complete with a snowman made of buttons. You can even switch it up and use buttons to make ornaments or a Christmas wreath.

Put your stitching skills to good use with this creative embroidery card.

This accordion-like Christmas card will give whoever you send it to a spirited surprise.

Swirls of watercolor make these abstract ornament cards easier to create than you’d think.

Got a tiny one? Their adorable little hands make a cute “stamped” holly-like shape that everyone will cherish for years.

Another fun idea for little ones: These silly reindeer are made with a thumbprint. They might need your help for the illustrated details, but we think kid-made drawings are even more charming.

These colorful and unique homemade card designs are fun and easy to make.

This reindeer silhouette is so darling, you may find yourself wanting to display this card in your own home.

What you’ll need: colorful card stock assortment ($18 for 250, amazon.com), x-acto knife ($6, amazon.com)

Greenery: Using green ink, stamp thumbs and press onto card to make leaves. Add berries and bow with a red marker and stems with green watercolor paint.

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A sweet alternative to store-bought cards, these greetings put your tree-decorating skills to work — on a small scale. Download our illustration, and print in color onto 8 1/2- by 11-inch card stock. Fold the stock in half lengthwise, creasing with a bone folder. For the card at top left, attach small bugle beads and paillettes to the tree (use craft glue for all designs). To replicate the middle version, cut out ornaments (made by tracing a button), a tree base, and a star from patterned fabrics and adhere. Make the last card by zigzagging a length of ribbon across the tree. Fold the ends under and glue, then try other widths of ribbon to craft a base, star, and gift. Or use your imagination, and whatever supplies you have on hand, to make your own one-of-a-kind cards.

What you’ll need: white buttons ($8, [link href=”https://www.amazon.com/Swpeet-Assorted-Buttons-Childrens-Painting/dp/B0748C5Z4D/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?s” target=”_blank” 0=”data-tracking-id=”recirc-text-link”” link_updater_label=”external”]amazon.com), kraft paper cards ($11, amazon.com), red and white twine ($8, amazon.com)

This bold pop-up card will remind you of all those hours spent playing with LEGOs, or perhaps the old-school graphics of your first Nintendo system.

What you’ll need: brown card stock ($12 for 25, [link href=”https://www.amazon.com/BROWN-KRAFT-Cardstock-Warehouse-PREMIUM/dp/B01LDMSVWW/” target=”_blank” 0=”data-tracking-id=”recirc-text-link”” link_updater_label=”external”]amazon.com), watercolor palette ($15, amazon.com)

For a more memorable take on photo cards, use “action” shots of your family to create this totally fun bunting.

What you’ll need: white card stock ($7 for 100, [link href=”https://www.amazon.com/Pacon-2-inches-11-inches-Sheets-101188/dp/B0006HXSTC/” target=”_blank” 0=”data-tracking-id=”recirc-text-link”” link_updater_label=”external”]amazon.com), permanent makers ($4 for 4, amazon.com), acrylic paint ($18 for 18, amazon.com)

Metallic ink makes the simplest designs feel a bit more special. Whether you draw on a few lines to create a print, or color over letter stickers to craft a special message, this is one art project that doesn’t have a steep learning curve.

What you’ll need: colorful card stock assortment ($18 for 250, amazon.com)

Reindeer Herd: Stamp thumbs in brown ink and press onto blank card. Use fine-tip markers to draw antlers, eyes, and noses.

A little retro, a little cute, these string art shapes are a great way to keep kids busy.

With a little help from a bottle of glitter, you can recreate this gorgeous card.

Give your friends and family a dose of holiday cheer with this creation featuring  a snowman made from buttons.

If you’re looking for a fun Christmas craft to make with your children, look no further than these cute cards.

What you’ll need: colorful card stock assortment ($18 for 250, amazon.com), x-acto knife ($6, amazon.com), foam sheets ($6 for 40, amazon.com)

What you’ll need: colorful card stock assortment ($18 for 250, [link href=”https://www.amazon.com/inches-Colorful-Assortment-Sheets-101199/dp/B0006HXSU6/” target=”_blank” 0=”data-tracking-id=”recirc-text-link”” link_updater_label=”external”]amazon.com), thread assortment ($43 for 10, amazon.com)

What you’ll need: Navy cardstock ($8; amazon.com); Glitter foam stars ($3; amazon.com); Sticker rhinestones ($5; amazon.com)

What you’ll need: sequins ($4, [link href=”https://www.amazon.com/Multicraft-Imports-Sequins-Rhythm-0-56-Ounce/dp/B00CH9NL9O/ref=sr_1_3?th=1″ target=”_blank” 0=”data-tracking-id=”recirc-text-link”” link_updater_label=”external”]amazon.com), Christmas tree stickers ($5, amazon.com)

Shake this card and watch this magical winter wonderland come to life (thanks to a handful of sequins).

Even though most pine trees are prickly, everyone you send this card to will want to pet this DIY version of a pine.

Subtle color and dimensional cut-outs give these cards a sophisticated feel.

‘Tis the season for thoughtfulness, joy, and cheer. In other words: It’s the biggest time of the year to send a greeting card expressing these sentiments. If you’ve put off buying cards, or just want something a little more creative, count on these crafty ideas.

What you’ll need: string ($10 for 3, [link href=”https://www.amazon.com/Bakers-Twine-Cotton-String-Divine/dp/B00E5ZHL08/” target=”_blank” 0=”data-tracking-id=”recirc-text-link”” link_updater_label=”external”]amazon.com)

What you’ll need: colorful card stock assortment ($18 for 250, amazon.com),  watercolor palette ($15, amazon.com)

What you’ll need: colorful card stock assortment ($18 for 250, amazon.com), watercolor palette ($15, amazon.com), x-acto knife ($6, amazon.com)

What you’ll need: brown card stock ($12 for 25, amazon.com), green pipe cleaners ($4 for 100, amazon.com)

This step-by-step tutorial walks you through the simple process of illustrating your own stocking with watercolor.

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Keep it traditional with this classic wreath Christmas card. Cut up an inexpensive plastic wreath or use sprigs of rosemary to make the teeny tiny wreath — take your pick. 

What you’ll need: colorful card stock assortment ($18 for 250, [link href=”https://www.amazon.com/inches-Colorful-Assortment-Sheets-101199/dp/B0006HXSU6/” target=”_blank” 0=”data-tracking-id=”recirc-text-link”” link_updater_label=”external”]amazon.com), metallic permanent markers ($7 for 6, amazon.com), green tissue paper ($2, amazon.com)

What you’ll need: brown card stock ($12 for 25, amazon.com), felt ($9 for 24, amazon.com)

What you’ll need: boxwood wreath ($24, [link href=”https://www.amazon.com/Boxwood-Artificial-Pure-Garden-Resistant/dp/B01D3FG85E/ref=sr_1_13?i” target=”_blank” 0=”data-tracking-id=”recirc-text-link”” link_updater_label=”external”]amazon.com)

What you’ll need: white card stock ($7 for 100, [link href=”https://www.amazon.com/Pacon-2-inches-11-inches-Sheets-101188/dp/B0006HXSTC/” target=”_blank” 0=”data-tracking-id=”recirc-text-link”” link_updater_label=”external”]amazon.com), mini wreath ($1, etsy.com)

Even if you’re a novice with needlework, you can still create these minimalist cards.

What you’ll need: brown card stock ($12 for 25, [link href=”https://www.amazon.com/BROWN-KRAFT-Cardstock-Warehouse-PREMIUM/dp/B01LDMSVWW/” target=”_blank” 0=”data-tracking-id=”recirc-text-link”” link_updater_label=”external”]amazon.com), felt ($9 for 42, amazon.com), white paint ($4, amazon.com), permanent makers ($4 for 4, amazon.com)

What you’ll need: watercolor paper ($12 for 60, [link href=”https://www.amazon.com/Hotop-Watercolor-Paper-Inches-Sheets/dp/B07487NB99/” target=”_blank” 0=”data-tracking-id=”recirc-text-link”” link_updater_label=”external”]amazon.com), watercolor palette ($15, amazon.com)

Even the “all thumbs” type can tackle these crafts, which start with plain white notecards.

What you’ll need: colorful card stock assortment ($18 for 250, [link href=”https://www.amazon.com/inches-Colorful-Assortment-Sheets-101199/dp/B0006HXSU6/” target=”_blank” 0=”data-tracking-id=”recirc-text-link”” link_updater_label=”external”]amazon.com),

What you’ll need: colorful card stock assortment ($18 for 250, [link href=”https://www.amazon.com/inches-Colorful-Assortment-Sheets-101199/dp/B0006HXSU6/” target=”_blank” 0=”data-tracking-id=”recirc-text-link”” link_updater_label=”external”]amazon.com), x-acto knife ($6, amazon.com)

Didn’t make the deadline to order up custom cards? No worries. These printable cards have a spot for your own family photos.

While this does require a little more time and energy, this DIY card is worth it. The LED that creates the nose actually lights up!

Potato print crafts make a very cute comeback in this adorable idea. A couple of potato halves dipped in paint creates a whole family of penguins in no time flat.

Create a colorful forest of trees to send out to loved ones by reusing old paint chips.

What you’ll need: potatoes ($20 for a 7-pound bag, amazon.com), acrylic paint ($18 for 18, amazon.com), brown card stock ($12 for 25, amazon.com)

What you’ll need: Acetate ($9; amazon.com); Dimensional adhesive ($6; amazon.com); Ivory cardstock ($7; amazon.com)

What you’ll need: white card stock ($7 for 100, [link href=”https://www.amazon.com/Pacon-2-inches-11-inches-Sheets-101188/dp/B0006HXSTC/” target=”_blank” 0=”data-tracking-id=”recirc-text-link”” link_updater_label=”external”]amazon.com), acrylic paint ($18 for 18, amazon.com)

String Lights: Stamp thumbs in various link shades. Use a black fine-tip marker to draw a string connecting the lights.

If you’re feeling extra fancy, give this glitzy gold card a go.

Now you see him in color, now you don’t! This fun illusion, made possible through a “magic” frame, will delight little ones.

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Send a cute, colorful greeting with a fingerprint tree that gets the whole family involved.

Folding tissue trees (the kind sold at dollar and party stores) are the shortcut behind these very festive greeting cards.

If your year deserves more than a newsletter, let the recipients of your well-wishes get a peek at a cute slideshow with a scan of their phone. This custom QR code tutorial will show you how!

Use myrtle, rosemary, boxwood, and other earthy elements to craft these elegant cards.

Home Made Holiday Cards