Printable Holiday Cards

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Mr. Kate Advent Calendar Day 1: Printable Holiday Cards for All Your Family, Friends and Lovers!

Welcome one, welcome all to the inaugural post of the #MrKateAdventCalendar!! Tis the season of giving, so we decided to give you a TON of new content to keep your eyes inspired and your DIY senses a tingling. Make sure to check back each day of December for a new treat! It could be a video, a holiday project, a OOTD, or even a special coupon for your shopping delight. Oh what fun!

And since this is all in the spirit of gifting, this first post is a gift to you! And a gift to others! A gift that keeps on giving! No, not a book. Or herpes. I'm talking holiday cards.

Just like little elves, we put on pointy hats, ate a ton of candy, and got to creating three hand-drawn, hand-written and well, a hand photo (from the A Hot Glue Gun Mess 'Party Animals' project) printable designs that you can share with friends and family. After all, isn't the greatest gift of all letting someone know you care? You can spend all the money in the world, but sometimes nothing works better than just putting it in words. I

hope you use these cards to spread cheer, spread love, spread happiness ... spread everything! (Except herpes.)

Prep It:

8x11 white cardstock Printer Scissors

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Download Printable 'Party Animals' Card Here

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Download Printable 'Festive Creature' Card Here

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Download Printable 'CristmaHannukahKwanzaSolstice' Card Here

Do it!

  1. Print out your favorite design (or all three!) by clicking on the links below each card image to download the hi-res PDF. Card designs are layed out so one sheet of paper prints 2 cards. Notes for printing: use card stock to give your card a legit feel, select 'photo' mode on your print options, if available, to print out as high resolution as possible
  2. Fold paper lengthwise (aka hamburger style, for all my homies who also still go by elementary school terms.) Then, cut along the fold, making sure to keep the edges and straight and even as possible! If you plan on printing a bunch do yourself a favor and stop at a Kinkos to use their handy, heavy-duty paper cutter!
  3. Fold the two sheets widthwise, making sure the front of the cards are facing out.
  4. Write a special message inside, seal with a kiss, and send!

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Bonus...

Mrkate_AHGGM_advent_promo_blogGet your signed copy of A Hot Glue Gun Mess 20% off here! - Featuring 50 funny stories and 50 never-seen-on-the-blog-before DIY projects!

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