Blogmas: DIY Christmas Cards

Every year I try to add a little touch to the gifts that I will be giving to my family and friends. Usually, these things are small additions (like Christmas decorations or wrapping elements) that I make myself. For example, a few years ago I made these cute snowmen that I added to every gift. It is a very small gesture that did not take much time and efforts to make but everybody was really touched by it. All of my friends and family now use this snowman as one of their Christmas decorations every year.

This year I have more free time than usual, so I have decide to make Christmas cards that will be attached to each present. As I am not really experienced in the DIYs, I wanted to make simple yet beautiful cards that will be a nice addition to our presents. It will come as no surprise that I immediately went to Pinterest to inspire myself and find easy and affordable options. Of course, Pinterest provided me with millions of ideas so I decided to collect the ones that I liked the most in this short blog post.

Spread the holiday cheer with these festive DIY Christmas cards. These thoughtful handmade cards will show your loved ones that you genuinely care. I will be making some of them myself but I won’t tell you which exactly as I want to surprise my family and friends.

All the images and the instructions how to make the cards can be found in my Christmas board on Pinterest.

Do you have any ideas for DIY projects that you will be making this year? Let me know in the comments.

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