The Most Beautiful DIY Christmas Card Ideas for Your Holiday Greetings

December has come really fast and you can feel the Christmas vibes in the air. You can see Christmas decorations almost everywhere; stores, offices, streets, etc. There's so much spending and planning to do this festive season on a lot of things. The list is really long depending on what you’ve planned for Christmas. Furthermore, due to the COVID-19 epidemic, a lot of peoples are planning on forgoing their usual holiday gatherings this year. Those who will be passing the festivities or are going to celebrate via video chat might want to add something different to their holiday cards. While everyone appreciates the care and planning that goes into a good photo card, sending something with a private touch can help everyone feel a little bit more connected to each other. We have collected 20 of the most beautiful DIY Christmas card ideas for your holiday greetings. These DIY Christmas cards are certain to spread a bit of joy and cheer at a time when we need it most. They span a range of crafting skill levels: Some are for the large DIY enthusiast out there, but most can be tried with children or people who've never tried their hand at crafting before. Bonus: The majority of them make use of materials you likely have around the home already, like ends of wrapping paper or leftover white buttons. Although you might need to buy a number of the items and we have the perfect budget-friendly supplies you can easily afford. When finished, fill each card with a helpful Christmas greeting before trying your hand at DIY'ing something else for your holiday, from DIY gift wrap to Christmas decorations to other Christmas crafts. Go for it!

1. Paper Wreath Card

Try to do the circles in a few festive patterns and you will see how easy it is to do the wreath. You can use them as gift toppers, or ornaments decorations in addition to cards.
See the tutorial at White House Crafts »

2. Tie-Dye Snowman Card

This is a perfect project notably for small kids and toddlers. Whats better than a warm-weather fun into winter with a pleased snowman? To decorate it give it a tie-dye-style scarf and buttons. Also, you can use the technique to do a tie-dye garland on a Christmas tree.
See the tutorial at Happy Toddler Playtime »

3. Scrapbook Paper Tree Card

Take some green papers and just turn them into attractive evergreens .You can use them in a card and if you have anything extra, stand them up to do a 3D decoration for your house.
See the tutorial at It All Started With Paint »

4. Melted Snowman Tealight Card

This craft goal is to be an ornament, but it also works as a 3D card. Anyway you can hang up the card on the Christmas tree. The tealight adds more to the overall effect.
See the tutorial at I Heart Arts and Crafts »

5. Doily Tree Christmas Cards

Do a few careful folds and like magic, you've got yourself a very nice tree that looks beautiful in its winter whites. Then, stick on shapes and gliter to your heart's content.
See the tutorial at Happy Hooligans »

6. Fingerprint Holly Berry Card

Give your card a real personal touch. You can achieve this by using a fingerprint stamp and then add berries to a wreath of holly sprig. You can get a printable template for the wreath and leaves.
See the tutorial at Paging Supermom »

7. Unicorn Christmas Card

Reindeer is the Christmas unicorn.
See the tutorial at Crafts on Sea

8. Washi Tape Tree Card

Crafting Christmas trees has never been this simple. Cut different lengths of Washi tape, then affixed them to the front of a plain card.
Get more at Omiyage Blogs »

 9. Christmas Tree Shadow Box Card

A Christmas tree with lights! It is a Christmas tree shadow box card. When you slide up the pull tab, the “lights” come on, the snow falls, and the gift tag on the present under the tree appears.
See the tutorial at Jennifer Maker »

10. Eraser-Stamped Card

No fancy stamp set required — add some DIY fun with festive ink and a few pencils. Use the eraser to stamp on ornaments, buttons and holly berries.
See the tutorial at Lia Griffith »

11. Paint Chip Card

These trees made out of paint chips are a super easy way to make an interesting and exciting holiday card.
See the tutorial at One Little Project »

12. Yarn Art Card

This is a safe project to craft with the kids. Also, it's or a great way to occupy them while you are doing your holiday decorating and cooking. You can use any yarn, but it is recommended to use acrylic for these.
See the tutorial at Lia Griffith »
 13. Button Snowman Card Send a perception of home with this cute card, complete with a snowman made of buttons. You can even switch it up and use buttons to make ornaments or a Christmas wreath.
Get more at Scrappin' with DeeDee » 

14. Glittery Gold Card

Gold leaves will add an elegant touch to your Christmas cards.
See the tutorial at BLDG 25 » 

15. Confetti Snowglobe Card

A magical winter wonderland will come to life when you shake this card (thanks to a handful of sequins).
See the tutorial at Mayholic »
 16. Folding Scenery Card Try to recreate a charming winter scene by folding and unfolding this card.
Get more at Krokotak »

17. Stitched Shape Card 

If you're good at snitching, you can craft these cards. Use up small scraps from your fabric collection and make a beautiful artwork.
Get more at A Spoonful of Sugar Designs »

18. Cut-Out Tree Card

DIY papercut, modern cards. You can combine the exterior templates with an interior template to create different patterns.
Get more at Tinsel and Trim »

19. Everygreen Wreath Card

Classic wreath Christmas card never gets old.  If you want to I have wanted to do a card with some natural greenery on it, this is the time.
Get more at Earnest Home Co. »

20. Pixel Pop-Up Card

Get nostalgic about all those hours spent playing with LEGO blocks, or perhaps the old-school graphics of your first Nintendo system with this pop-up card.
Get more at MinieCo »
Ages 1+
Level 1
15 min
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