I don't tend to like buying cards at the store because it feels less thoughtful to me, however making twenty-something individual cards is just too time consuming.
After I designed the card, I printed it on craft colored card stock in black ink. Printing the inside message is as simple as flipping the paper over and printing on the other side - unless you have a fancy printer that does the flipping for you.
Interior card message.
Using a straight edge, markers, and prismacolor pencils, you can use this generalized card to put some handmade touches to all of your cards.
Adding those embellishments are as easy as this - just make a mixture of horizontal, vertical, thick, and thin lines.
I tried to stick with Christmas or winter colors like reds, greens, blues, silver, and gold in the colors I used. Let Christmassy patterns inspire you like candy canes, Christmas sweaters and snowflakes.
This year, maybe you're like me and like to add some handmade touches to your cards, but don't want to design them yourself? You're in luck, because you can print this card for free at your home!
Below are two links, one for the front, the other for the inside of the card.