Easy Christmas Card Tutorial & Free Graphic Stock Trial

Hey everyone, with the holiday just around the corner I have partnered with Graphic Stock to bring you an easy DIY for quick holiday card for those you forgot to shop. We all have a few gifts that still need to be wrapped up, so why not include this fantastically easy Christmas card.

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Easy Christmas Card Tutorial

Download this holiday card image

Open it up in your free account in Pic Monkey or Photoshop

In Pic Monkey or Photoshop resize graphic to appropriate size. I chose 350×250 since I will be adding this to my site as a printable.

Add an overlay of your family photo by choosing “add your own” under the overlay button

Since this card is going out to the local animal shelters for our yearly donations, I chose to use a picture of one of my dogs. You can use any photo you want. A family photo would be better for a holiday card going out to family.

In Pic Monkey choose the snow flake and then Winter Wonderland, and then choose frost overlay. Once you click Frost your red card will turn slightly “frosted”. You can play around with the amount of frost you want.

You can play around with the frost intensity to make the card more frosted. I chose 20% as I wanted it just a bit of frost.

Print on your regular printer using high quality heavy weight card stock. You can run a silver glitter pen over the tree and the words to add some glitter to the card.

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