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18 Creative and Easy To Make DIY Christmas Cards

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How's December going on? Well, my kids are pretty excited to receive Santa's presents and had been putting up unusual effort to behave just to get on Santa's list. Can we ask Santa to come up with that list daily? That would be totally awesome--you know, kids behaving just hearing Santa's name. :)

As for me, I've been busy strategically planning my 2017 and learning new stuff through listening to podcasts! I'm now a Pat Flynn fan. If you're a mompreneur or planning to launch your own business, you can get some inspiration and insights by listening to Pat Flynn's podcasts. 

A little confession here--I've never been so pumped up like this in my entire life. Imagine that! I guess blogging has really transformed me. I told a good friend lately that I've never been this positive in my life and seems like the universe is pulling me right on track.

Now, I'm totally looking forward to a bigger year ahead while crushing those goals. The positive vibes are like eating me up whole and that's a good problem, right? But in between those goal setting and self-sharpening, I do waste hours on Pinterest, too (need to cut back a little on this, though).

These adorable DIY Christmas cards are pretty awesome not to share. Would you agree? If you're a fan of sending cards instead of gifts (letters are, perhaps, the best gift that you can give) this Christmas, then you can get a dose of inspiration from these pretty and easy DIY Christmas cards. (This post may contain affiliate links. See our full disclosure HERE.)



I'd love to make one of them and perhaps make it a Christmas tradition. And my fave? I can't keep my eyes off of these cute snowman cards. I immediately think of Olaf, the bubbly snowman in Frozen, when I saw these heart melting Snowman Christmas cards. (Note: Some of the photos linked below doesn't have step-by-step guide but by looking at it I hope you can come up a version of your own. Let those creative juices floooow, my friend. ;) )

(via Aschoss)
(via Sharyn Stamp Biz)

(via Indulgy)

(via Karieklund)

(via Stamping With Loll)

 Countryliving's snowflake on a pine tree pop up card is definitely eye-catching, too, using two colors  of card stock, scissors, paper punch (like this Martha Stewart Apline Snowflake punch) and a glue gun/paper glue, you too can make this pretty Christmas card.

(via Country Living)



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And another creative Christmas tree pop up card. That pop-up surprise the moment you open it is truly a win! You can watch the video tutorial HERE.

Or you can go with these much easier Washi Tape and Ribbon Christmas cards. Your kids can even make their own cards to give away with these easy and simple DIY Christmas card ideas.

(via About A Mom)
(via Split Coast Stampers)


(via Bloglovin)
(via Split Coast Stampers)

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(via Scrapbook & Cards Today)

(via Elowezil)

This glittery embossed Christmas card is neat and easy to make, too, as long as you have a heating tool and a rubber stamp. Color red (or you can try gold) is a stand-out on a white card. Click HERE to learn how.

Isn't it adorable? This snowglobe shaker Christmas card is definitely crazy creative. Your recipient would truly be delighted to receive this pretty snowglobe card, not to mention the effort put through in creating it :) Wanna have a go? Click HERE for the steps.


(via May Holicraft)

 These two are simple and easy to make DIY Christmas cards. The buttons Christmas card looks
just the right thing to make with your kids (not advisable with the toddlers though as these are tiny small parts and you know how they behave).




(via Kaisercarft)

What do you think of these DIY Christmas card ideas? Have you made one? That's fantastic! If you're still making a couple of cards, hope these ideas would help you. Care to share with your friends? Please share it on your favorite social media channel using our sharing buttons on the left sidebar of this post. :) Have a lovely Christmas, friends!


P.S. I have a little treat for you this Christmas season. Perfect for your Christmas gifts. Hope you like it. :)

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1 comments

  1. I personally like DIY Christmas cards and not just cards, mostly DIY stuff. The way I see it, it gives more touch and emotion when you do it personally. It lets the receiver feel that he/she is special because you exerted an effort to learn and finish something. DIY gifts are really touching!

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