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This year I’ve decided to design a custom rustic holiday card that you can personalize with your monogram, holiday greeting and name AND do it within a budget. I have three PDF versions – 4×6″, 5×7″ and 2 – 4×6″ cards that fit onto a 8.5×11″ paper. The 4×6″ is the standard size of a photo print and would be the most economical to print. You can easily print these out of your own printer on a heavier paper like card stock. And if you don’t have the right paper or printer, you can send the file off to a photo print place of your choice. You will be able to find envelopes at any major retailer if you plan on mailing the cards.
I used Times New Roman font so that you don’t have to worry about downloading and installing a new font on your system. I wanted to make this as easy as possible. This should be quick and easy to get those holiday cards out so you check this off your holiday list with ease.
*Please Note: All printables and downloads designed by Life in Left Field are for PERSONAL USE ONLY. Please do not alter the file or claim it as your own.
This file is not intended for resale, nor are the printed versions of this file.
Files to download
You can DOWNLOAD the 4×6″ PDF
You can DOWNLOAD the 5×7″ PDF
If you would like to print this out at home, you will need:
• Adobe Acrobat Reader (You can download this for free from the Adobe website)
• Color Printer
• 8.5 x 11 inch card stock or photo paper
• Scissors, paper cutter or x-acto knife for trimming
1) Open Adobe Acrobat Reader.
2) Open PDF.
3) Click on text.
4) Edit to personalize.
5) File > Save as…
And there you have it! Your own personalized holiday card.
If you would like to send this out to be printed on professional photo paper:
You will have to edit the file and save a copy of it with your changes. Depending on the vendor you use, you may have to convert the file format from PDF to JPG. The handful of sites that I tested were okay to upload the PDF.
Additional file to download
DOWNLOAD the PDF with 2-up on a 8.5 x 11″ paper with crop marks.
Use this file if you want to use your printer at home. You can get the most use out of your paper.
And if you don’t have time to do it right now…
PIN for later
See you at the fields!