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Homebaked Christmas Cards

Christmas is the time of year to reflect on all the good things that have happened in the last 12 months and to consider what’s really important in life.  It’s also time to enjoy family and friends and let the people you care about know how much they mean. We think Christmas Cards designed by you, with your photos and words, are a simple but meaningful way to express your love, and here’s some fab examples from our customers.


Christmas Recipe Cards

by Sarah Tuck

We love Sarah’s tasty twist on the annual greeting card. By using a photo of her favourite Christmas dessert on the front and the recipe text on the inside, you could say she’s created some a seriously seasoned greeting in the form of a Christmas Recipe Card.



Luxe Christmas Embellishments

by Geri Farr

Don’t forget we’ve got some stylish and contemporary graphics in our Luxe Christmas embellishments pack that you can combine with your photographs in seconds. Here’s a card by staff member Geri, using the Reindeer graphic and a photo from her garden.


Cracker Kid’s Drawings

by Lucy and Ali Lidbetter

Mum and dad needn’t do all the work on the annual mail out, commission the kids to paint or draw a Christmas artwork that all the relies will enjoy.  Just don’t forget to get them to sign it in case it becomes a masterpiece in the future.


When Imagination Flies

by Amanda Dwyer

Amanda’s kids get the prize for creative Christmas cards with their hand prints turned Christmas tree, reindeer and Santa. They also made clever use of one of the backgrounds from our Watercolour Recipe: Tutti Fruitti embellishment pack. Tis jolly good!

Feature Your Pets

by Nadia Taylor

And here’s the natural choice for cat and dog lovers!  Simply grab a snap of your fur kids and let them be the bearers of your annual message by dropping it into one of our Luxe Christmas Quickcards with a full bleed image on the front.

Simple And Stylish

by Mark and Elka Hunt

If you’d prefer not to offend your real kids, take a moment to find the best family photo from 2015 or to find an uncluttered and scenic backdrop around your home for a portrait shot. Who wouldn’t want to receive a card with these two cuties smiling at you!


My How They’ve Grown

by Jo Cox

Family photos don’t have to always be perfect. This series show so much character lets family and friends see how much the kids have developed over the last 12 months.  Don’t forget to add some words about your year so they know how you feel too.


Best Wishes From Bubba

by Helen Woodroffe

If 2015 has seen an addition to your family, why not show them off on the your Christmas Card.  All you need to do is complement their photo with a simple festive graphic or message, and the bonus of writing your own words is they’re always from the heart.

Festive Family Portrait

by Kristen Beckett

Santa Hats always signify Christmas!  We’ve got Santa Hat graphics in our Funky and Traditional Christmas embellishment packs that you can add to a portrait shot by you or a professional photographer. Use our black and white hue tool for a classy touch!

Especially for You

by Nikki Foster

This card is truly personalised as it’s a photo of Nikki with the friend she’s sending the card to. That takes effort and says so much about her friendship. Featuring your family or friend on their own Christmas card is a way of telling them they’re extra special.


Winter Wonderland Tags

by Bronwyn Kidson

If you’re had the good fortune of experiencing a cold clime in the last 12 months, why not print it on a Christmas card for a more traditional look and feel.  Try combining black-and-white images with a splash of colour – it seems to work every time.


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