Okay, first, don't be upset with me when you hear that I do not make my Christmas cards. :) I am so busy, and the "assembly line" thing has never interested me. And in defense of myself, the kids love helping stuff, stamp, seal, etc., the pictures and Christmas letter I write each year. Okay, so now you know that I don't make Christmas cards. What I usually do is create a photo of some sort in Photoshop Elements, and then I write a Christmas letter to go with it. This year, I found some GREAT Christmas card templates. There are several so I could save them all to use in the years ahead. Let's look at what I found through a post on 2Peas.
The ones that are free for your use are from Rebecca Cooper, and they are amazing! You can find this year's templates here. There are 3 of them to choose from. And if you look here, you will find last year's templates along with many other links to free Christmas card templates. So, you have even more to choose from! Lots of great ones to use or save for later use! Thanks Rebecca for such wonderful templates!
Here is the one I chose and how I changed it for our family. These are photos of the kiddos that I loved from this year. Shhhh, don't let my family and friends know I posted this. This is part of what they will be receiving in the mail this year. :)
Oh, and I had them printed at scrapbookpictures.com. I ordered them last Monday, and got them 4 days later!!! I picked the deep matte option, and wow, do I LOVE that!
So, I hope you are able to find a Christmas card template you love. Enjoy putting it together, and have a blessed Tuesday.
P.S. Don't forget to check out the ODBD November Scrapbook Challenge! You have until tomorrow night to get your pages in! I would love to see many, many entries this month! Who doesn't want the chance to win a $20 gift certificate to ODBD? The December releases are a must have, and that GC would be able to help you get the new stamps (see a sneak peak here). :)