Tuesday, November 13, 2012

2012 Christmas Card Templates

It's so hard to believe that it's that time of year again! Here we are, mid-November, and it's already time to start thinking about getting those holiday greeting cards out to friends and family!

Each year I look forward to coming up with a few printable Christmas card designs to help make it simpler to get those holiday cards in the mail! This year I've designed three 5x7 template sets along with a couple of freebies that I hope you'll enjoy!

These are all layered PSD files so they're fully customizable or if you want to just drop in your photos, add your own names and print, they're ready to go! Keep reading for purchase information or to download your FREE templates! Visit this post for a quick tutorial on how to use templates.

Please remember that all templates are for personal use only!
Holiday Card Template Set No. 1
Includes (3) 5x7 customizable cards for $5.00
Holiday Card Template Set No. 2
Includes (3) 5x7 customizable cards for $5.00
Holiday Card Template Set No. 3
Includes (3) 5x7 customizable cards for $5.00

FREE CHRISTMAS CARD TEMPLATES:

I also have a set of free template designs available for you! Simply click here to download the three designs pictured below. For more free Christmas card templates visit this post!


You can find my Christmas card designs from 2010 and 2011
A special thank you to Talia Audenart photography for supplying all the gorgeous photos used for the 2012 template examples. Talia is natural light and studio photographer located in Edmonton, Alberta. You can find her online here:  website | blog | facebook | pinterest




For a tutorial on how to use my templates in PS/PSE go here.

Use this great tutorial for using the templates in GIMP.



Rebecca Cooper

Rebecca is a mom of four. She enjoys crafting with her kiddos, taking photos, and afternoon naps. Rebecca is a professional photographer and author. Connect with Rebecca on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, and Google+. Sign up via email for the latest updates from Simple As That.

25 comments:

  1. Ooo pretty, I love these!! I suppose I need to get family pictures taken soon!!!

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  2. They look AMAZING, Rebecca! I love them all!!!

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  3. My fav is the blue one, or the blue ones from 2011. I notice a trend ;). But we might do red since it's so festive :)

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  4. I really want to purchase a set, but the "add to cart" link is just taking me to the main paypal page. Can you give me some instructions for purchasing the first set?

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  5. These are beautiful! Do you know if I resize the canvas size to print 6x7.5 (Costco greeting card size) will I lose any quality of the template? Thanks, Kelly

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  6. You might be ok Kelly, but I'd do a test print first to be sure. I usually just upload to costco's website and order my cards as 5X7 prints. :)

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  7. wow, beautiful work, rebecca! thanks for sharing! your templates are always so beautiful.

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  8. I just love your work! And thanks for sharing your freebies. You are amazing!

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  9. Merry & bright!!! Thanks so much Rebecca!

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  10. telisj3:16 PM

    Thank you so much! Wow! Decisions, decisions. And thank you for offering to create the cards too! You are the best!

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  11. Thanks Rebecca. The greeting card section at Costco has an option to upload your own template. It's really reasonable to print- 50 cards with envelopes for only $14.99. Much cheaper than the 5x7 per print cost. Just a suggestion. =)

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  12. These are really cute. I love it. Thanks.

     http://www.printablecards.org/ 

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  13. I like the Comfort and Joy Stickers.

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  14. Ramie A11:22 AM

    Thank you so much! These are wonderful!!

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  15. I just wanted to say thank you for sharing your cards for free. It is so nice when people are so generous. It was an answer to our prayers. We wanted to send out cards but have been trying to figure out how to cut our costs. Thanks again.

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  16. Rebecca-
    I paid for the download of template #1 (all 3), but I didn't get the download. Can you help?

    Thanks
    liza

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  17. NICE JOB!

    but, where can I download used fonts?
    Thank you so much, I can't work without them.

    -love your job-

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  18. I need help! I don't have the photo program how can I get these ? I can't seem to download them. Please help!

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    1. @goodmandmom You do need Photoshop or Photoshop elements to use these templates. So sorry.

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  19. Anonymous2:09 PM

    I paid...where will the templates be sent? Thanks!

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  20. Anonymous4:01 PM

    I bought templates for cards, but there's no download button or link sent to my email. What's up?

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  21. I've been through your site thoroughly. I can't find any information on how to download the templates once they've been purchased. It doesn't link you to any other site, there is no "download now" button and there's nothing in the FAQs section. Not very user friendly, I'm afraid. :( Can you please help?

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