Do you love receiving a personalized card? I do and I love making them to send to my friends and family at Christmas and all through the year. We receive so much electronic mail now and opening the mailbox to a personalized card is refreshing!
I grabbed the Digital Christmas Past Collection and added the Digital Ruby ABC/123 to make a card with the most recent photos of my children. So quick and fun to create a card to share with friends and family at Christmastime.
You choose your size depending on if you are printing at home or at your local print shop. This is a 4 x 8 size but you can customize to whatever size you like!
For this card I grabbed photos from our latest vacation to California, flipped them to black and white as the colours didn’t suit the Christmas Past collection and designed a fun Rudolph!
I used Digital Daily Docket to create this 5 x 7 card to have available when I need a card just to send as a reminder to a friend that I am thinking about them. I design my own birthday cards, party invitations, tags, posters. I love all of the possibilities when creating digitally! I have even created everyday cards, printed multiple copies to give those packages as gifts. Have fun designing your personalized cards!
7 thoughts on “Digital Christmas Cards using Christmas Past”
I’m not real adept with digital. I have played around with it a bit, but don’t really understand what I am doing. I love what you have created and would really appreciate some kind of video tutorial. I need a visual and step-by-step to figure it out. Thanks so much for sharing your lovely cards!
Thank you! That might be something that we can look at in the future! Thanks for your input!
Beth, I loved your ideas. What program do you use?
Thank you! I used Artisan by Forever. The content works great with it!
Thank you for the info I was wondering what & how to use CM digital I have Artisan so I will buy CM digital
What a great article, I’m really glad I stumbled across it as I found it to be really informative. A good article on Christmas cards is not that easy to find but I’m amazed at how you touched on all the corners and how brief and to the point it was. The collection has such appealing prints. I highly recommend checking out twent3 for Christmas cards, as I’ve used them several times and the cards they produce are really unique and also customized in 3d. So if you want to gift a Christmas card to your friends, loved ones or even just for yourself, I can assure you these Christmas cards will keep your long-lasting memories alive with the clever lenticular lens they use.