i should be mopping the floor: Free Printable Nutcracker Christmas Cards

Friday, November 30, 2018

Free Printable Nutcracker Christmas Cards

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The Nutcracker is a favorite of mine. My mom and I would dress up and see it every Christmas season at Bass Concert Hall in Austin. My love for it inspired these two Nutcracker Christmas Cards. Download either of the designs below.

Nutcracker Christmas Cards
It's always nice to have a few cards on hand during the holiday season...especially blank ones to use at a moment's notice. These two watercolor Nutcracker Christmas Cards are perfect for the sentiments of the season...or just a little "to and from" kind of thing on a present (sometimes I opt for cards over gift tags this season). Download either or both designs below.

Nutcracker Christmas Cards

Watercolor Nutcracker Cards
These Nutcracker Christmas Cards come in two designs: one with a soldier nutcracker (in triplicate) on a green polka dot background and one with a king nutcracker (also in triplicate) on a neutral buffalo check background. They are both blank inside for you to fill with your own greetings. 

How to Use These Nutcracker Christmas Cards:

  • Download your favorite design here or below.
  • Print your card onto white cardstock paper (I find that Amazon has the best price on this here). Regular printer paper is not recommended for greeting card printing...it tends to curl up on the corners once folded.
  • Trim your card just inside the red hairline around the design and fold in half.
  • These Nutcracker Christmas Cards were designed to be used with an A6 envelope (again, Amazon has great pricing on these here...I have a bit more information on that below).

Download Your Nutcracker Christmas Cards:

Printable Nutcracker Cards

Envelopes for Printable Cards:

Christmas Card Envelopes
I always use A6 envelopes for all of my printable greeting cards. My standard ones are pictured above on the left. They are very budget-friendly. You can grab them here on Amazon. The ones pictured above on the right are a fancier, contoured-flap envelope with a bit of metallic sheen to them (they're fun for the Christmas season). You can grab those fancier ones on Amazon here (a bit pricier).

Nutcracker Printables

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