If you’re the type who likes to get creative or spends hours upon hours on Pinterest, you’ve probably been deciding which do-it-yourself projects you’ll take on this holiday season. DIY holiday cards is one of the coolest ways to get your hands into a project and bring joy to others. You can make your own cards in a number of ways.
If you are handy with Photoshop or other forms of digital art, you can design your own logo or holiday message. The options are wide open with this one. Choose traditional colors and fonts or let your personality shine through with unique color palettes and designs. Once you’ve completed your design, simply upload it to Tiny Prints’ DIY Holiday Card Maker.
If you’d like to come up with something unique but aren’t quite as well-versed in digital art, you can still design something fun. Plenty of websites have free stock imagery for you to use. Choose your favorite and add your favorite quote or lyrics about the holidays on your DIY card.
Has there been a new addition to the family since last holiday season? Whether you have a new baby or a new puppy, including a family photo on your DIY holiday cards is a quick and easy way to update friends and family about the new happenings in your life. If you want to stick with the theme of the season, have a quick themed photoshoot before designing your card.
Did you move to a new house during the year? A DIY holiday card is a great way to include a picture of the new house, update everyone to your new address and send a holiday greeting all at once. The holiday card maker available via Tiny Prints makes each of these scenarios and so many more possible, so feel free to get creative.
"We love how we can play with this format and add our own details, font and pictures. So happy with the quality and customer service was so helpful."
"The card was a THANK YOU sent to folks who contributed to a fund raising walk for a fatal disease. My friend, who suffers from this disease, was pictured on the front with her husband. The card captured her positive spirit and in a bright color which matched the t-shirts color for our team, the words THANK YOU, were written. A personal message from me was on the back. I heard rave reviews from those who received them and many said they would frame the card."