Monday, November 12, 2012

Free Christmas Card Templates

One of the ways we save money on Christmas cards each year is to design our own in Photoshop and then just print them as a regular 4x6 print from any photo kiosk or online photo printing service. If you keep your eyes peeled, Shutterfly and Snapfish frequently offer penny prints or other super low prices on 4x6 photos.

I made four versions of our Christmas cards this year and I would love to share the templates with you! Just follow the link below each picture to download. The text is editable so you can write in your family's name. The font used is Harrington but you can switch to another font you might prefer

Please note that you will need some kind of photo editing software to add your photos to the templates. I am not able to provide technical support regarding how to do that. If you're not sure what to do after downloading the files you want, I recommend talking to your local teenager or your web graphic savvy friend.

Permission is granted for unlimited personal, non-commercial use. Please do not sell products made using my free templates. It's not legal and it's just not nice.

This is my first free download offering. If you have any difficulty getting the TIF files to download, or if you have suggestions for better ways to manage free downloads, I would love to hear them!

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