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Creativiy Prompt – Super Quick Christmas Cards + Free Template

November 20th, 2009 by Avital

Super Quick Christmas Cards

Sending handmade cards is a wonderful and well appreciated gesture, but with a recipients list as long as eternity, who has the time to make them?

What if most of the work was already done? The basic design has been laid down. The greeting has been “stamped” and all you had to do is cut, score, punch and paste? That would really give the push you need to accomplish your goal of sending handmade cards to all your acquaintances.

Search no more. I have sorted out your Christmas cards dilemma for this year.

Below you can find a printable template (PDF file format) that does most of the work for you. If you are interested, keep on reading.

Tools & Supply

How To


[Watch on You Tube]

Step-By-Step Instructions

  1. Print the template on a cardstock of your choice (8½” by 11″). Make sure your printer’s setting is on “No scaling”.
  2. Cut your cardstock at 5½” and score each half at 4¼”.
  3. Cut 1¼” by 1¼” squares from the patterned paper of your choice. Use a punch to make this step super quick.
  4. Adhere your patterned paper squares to the squares on the template, using dimensional foam adhesive.
  5. Either stop here, right a personal greeting inside and send the card OR embellish some more.

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If you have any question, suggestion or remark – don’t hesitate to contact me – either leave a comment here, use the contact form or start a new thread on the Creativity Prompt Flickr Group!!!

I would also be very happy to see your own creations, so don’t be shy and share :)



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12 Comments to “Creativiy Prompt – Super Quick Christmas Cards + Free Template”

  1. Hmmmm…it smells like mint, pine needles and cinnamon over here!
    Avital, thank you so much for your template and great video.
    Your cards all look fabulous!
    It’s an excellent idea!
    Hugs ~

  2. Patty says:

    very cute and a great Christmas project

  3. Tracey Kuzniak says:

    Thanks so much for this template!! It will be perfect for some last minute cards I know I will have to make!!!!

  4. Jacqueline says:

    Thanks so much for this – I think its a wonderful tool to just be creative in a quick way and enjoy the process too!! TFS!! Love this!

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  6. SallyB. says:

    very beautyful cards and so easy to make, thanks for the tip

  7. Thomas says:

    Hi,
    Can you help me find shop to buy tools make cards ?
    Thank you

  8. lemondedis says:

    très bonne idée, de plus cela me permettra d’utiliser pour les restes de papier que je refuse toujours de jeter (ça peut être utile : la preuve !)… merci pour le partage… (cette fois, le lien est ici : http://pinterest.com/lemondedis/diy-christmas-tutoriels-idees-et-modeles/ )

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