13 Printable Holiday Cards Perfect for Sending Last Minute Season’s Greetings to All Your Friends
When did everyone start sending Christmas cards? Is that an "official adult status" type of activity? Either way, it’s getting closer and closer to Santa’s big day, and you have yet to send any season’s greetings to your family. It’s OK, you guys. Better late than never, isn’t that what someone said? Who said that, btw? Can they call your parents and relay that message? Good grief.
Luckily, Etsy has your back in this time of candy cane crisis and offers a massive selection of adorbs Christmas cards that can be printed out, folded, signed, sealed, and delivered. Some have vintage holiday scenery, many have pop culture references, and all have a really gorgeous design that your recipient will proudly display on their fridge. And that really is the end game here, isn’t it? You just want to send a card cool enough to land a spot on the food box. All of these cards are individually priced, and include a downloadable file that you can print immediately. Just make sure you have a color printer, some fancy-schmance paper to make the images really pop, and an envelope to handle all that sealed and delivered business we talked about.
Image: CV Custom Press
For the 'Walking Dead' Fan
They probably wouldn’t mind if Daryl paid them a late-night visit on Christmas Eve, right?
CFergo Designs, $7
For Anyone You Love
This design is simple, but also simply lovely. It doesn’t need a whole lot to communicate the feeling of love and a shared respect for phonetically spelled words using rich-lady accents.
For the Person Who Enjoys Extreme Cuteness
This card is undeniably adorable, and whomever you send it to will agree.
For the Dog Lover
To celebrate rescue dogs, this brilliant photographer used a rescue pup to communicate Tiny Tim’s iconic message of Christmas tidings. Brb, my heart is currently exploding.
Amy Roth Photo, $10
For the One Friend Who's Obsessed with Nic Cage
Because every friend group has one…
“That’s high praise,” she said in her best Andy Samberg/Nic Cage voice.
Turtles Soup, $3
For the Friend Who Appreciates Vintage Style
She agrees that fit-and-flare skirts will forever look fabulous on any body type, and that ’50s style is timeless for a reason. She just GETS it.
641 Digital, $1
For the One Who Loves Bright Colors
There’s a lot going on in this one, but nevertheless, it’s awesome. If Tim Burton designed Christmas cards, this is how I’d picture them to look.
D and D Digital Delights, $1.99
For the Adult Who Would Rather Be a Kid Again
Remember when believing in Santa was everything? You probably have a friend who does. And who also hates how commercial this holiday has become and who wants to adopt a flimsy tree and love it regardless of appearance. Wait, are you friends with Charlie Brown?
SH2 Designs, $0.22
For the One Who Loves Shiny Things
The glitter. THE GLITTER.
For the Minimalist
This snowman looks sad to me, but perhaps he just wants to wish someone a Happy Holidays. The minimalist in your life will love it.
For the Friend Who Wishes They Were Ron Swanson
You can type every word you know: “Rectangle! America! Monday!…. Butthole,” just like Mr. Mustache himself.
Turtles Soup , $4
For the One Who Really Knows What Christmas Is All About
The parties! The booze! Let’s take a moment to celebrate all the celebrations because, why not?
For the One Who Prays to Bey
Never mind, that’s all of us. Get this for yourself, and for every boss lady you’ve ever met. I promise you will instantly be their new favorite person.
CV Custom Press, $4.41