Christmas Fabric (a pattern that cuts down to 4″ x 5″ nicely)
Pretty Card Stock (available at office supply stores)
Matching Envelopes (size 4.5″ x 5.75″)
Inside Greeting Layout (make your own or download ours)
Paper Cutter or Scissors
Get pretty colored card stock and matching envelopes. We got ours at Staples but any office supply store should have some. You will get two cards per sheet of paper.
Print your inside greeting on the card stock. Click here for our PDF or type up your own. You want the greeting to be centered on the right half of the card stock, with two greetings stacked. See the PDF for layout example.
Cut the card stock in half so that you have two sheets 8.5″ wide by 5.5″ tall.
Fold the card in half so that the greeting is on the inside.
Cut out your fabric with pinking sheers so that the image is approximately 4″ x 5″. You can use any fabric or get our Christmas Tree Block from Spoonflower (be sure to check their lead times to see if you can get it in time for Christmas).
Use a glue stick to adhere the fabric to the front of the card. Be sure it is centered.
Sign your cards.