If you need a little bit of creative “me time” in the midst of the hectic holiday preparation, this tutorial is for you! This Christmas card is lovely, fun to make, and functional in that you can send it to a loved one once you’re finished. In short, it’s a win-win type of project for both you and your recipient!
If you’ve still got holiday correspondence to send out or gift tags to create (and don’t we all?), then you will enjoy the holiday calligraphy worksheet/exemplar printables included in this post! In the exemplars, you’ll find fun, fresh ways of writing traditional holiday phrases.
Around this time every year, I like to think up fresh holiday card concepts. This year’s project is my favorite so far! It involves an ornament cut-out that the recipient can simply push out of the card and incorporate into his or her holiday decor. This project is quick and customizable; you can use this base idea to make so many other neat cards!
Simplicity is the name of the game for this watercolor holiday wreath! Despite its beautiful, rich colors and eye-catching shapes, it’s not a difficult piece to make. No — really, I mean it. Even if you’ve never used watercolors before, give this tutorial a try! I know that you’ll surprise yourself with what you can do.
If you have a printer and some cardstock, you can make these artistic gift tags! They come together in just a few minutes thanks to the free printable included in this post. Feel free to put your own artistic spin on the assembly!