From time to time, Christmas cards is never getting old. Of course in this millenial year, not as much people sending them. Even though, actually by sending a card on this special day means that you care enough for the surroundings. Your kids also can learn how to give appreciation to people.
If you would like to save your budget for another Christmas decor, then you can just make one DIY cards. There are hundreds ideas of how to make a beautiful and heartwarming Christmas card. For example, there are the 20 examples for it on the pictures below.
The key to make a DIY Christmas card is always to keep it simple and meaningful. Particularly, you need to show your love and care on every card. So, make sure that you did your best this year for the DIY Christmas Card. Of course, don’t forget to include your kids on the making of the cards.
Thumbprint, Handprint, Footprint
Firstly, for a DIY Christmas card, this can be markedly a great idea. Not only it is so easy to make, but also your kids might also take parts to make it. As an illustration, you can make a santa + reindeer thumbprint by using red and brown paints. Help the kids placing their thumb on the card, so that it shaped like Santa and his reindeer.
Another idea to make a special Christmas card is include your whole family in the making. In this case, you can tell them to thumbprint on each card. Then each card will contain the whole family’s thumbprint. It is after that ready to deliver to your big family and friends.
Correspondingly, you might also consider to make a footprint for your baby, while they still have little feet. This is currently popular among the parents who has just had their first baby.
Hand Drawn Typography
If you think you are quite good with the typography, then you should use the skill to make Christmas Card. No wonder why typography is so popular these day. Since the font can only be created only by hand.
3D Pop-Up Cards
Forget the conventional cards, now is the time for a 3D pop-up cards. There are a lot of choice you can take, but the easiest shape is a Christmas tree inside a Christmas card. Although it takes time to make something like pop-up cards, but you will see how happy your family when receiving this.