Are you ready for Christmas yet? If you are still looking for printable Christmas Cards look no further we have more than a 150 to choose from. And if you are so inclined you can also email chritmas ecards.
We have recently released our Christmas Cards Photo App make sure to download it today from the itunes app store.
The new photo card app from Gotfreecards.com, the popular online destination for free ecards and printable cards, enables users to turn their photos into e-greeting cards. With this app, users can send creative photo cards using their mobile gadgets. Users can customize just about every aspect of the card that features their chosen photo at its center. One can select a predefined background for the photo greeting card from an array of choices, then choose a photo frame to go with the picture and background, add and edit the photo and finally, decorate the card by including stickers.
1.Select pre defined background
2 Select pre defined photo frames
3. You can add your own photo and edit it
4. You can add stickers to your cards
5. You can share it will all your friends on facebook, twitter or email
Now that you have completed your Black Friday shopping its time to send out the christmas cards. We have released a bunch of new christmas cards please take a look here
Printable Christmas cards have become very popular for various reasons.
For one, when you choose a card design and print it at home, you have complete control over the way it looks – the design, the format in which it’s printed, the message that goes inside and even the photo you want on the front. There’s just no limit to how much you can personalize your free Christmas cards and that is something that’s attracting people more than ever. Why would anyone settle for something bought off the shelf when you can create a personalized greeting card that’s just as beautiful, if not more, at home and best of all – for free? It just doesn’t get any better than that.
Except, it does.
When you choose a printable Christmas card from gotfreecards, you don’t have to settle for something you’re not sure about. You can select a design, customize it with your message and if you’re not sure if you like it or if you want another family member’s opinion before printing it out, you can simply save it. Saving a printable card lets you share it with others, make changes to it and create a card that is just perfect before you print it.
This is important because when you’re sending holiday cards on behalf of your family or as a couple, not everyone likes the design or message you choose the first time. People have different tastes in greeting cards and when you’re selecting something from a store shelf, you have little choice but to pick out something you like at the moment – unless you drag your entire family along to the store for Christmas card shopping.
But with gotfreecards’ Printable holiday cards, you can be absolutely certain that everyone in your family loves a card before printing and sending it out. What’s more, you don’t even have to waste your paper or ink if you’re not sure about a design or a holiday greeting card. You don’t have to print it unless you most certainly love it. So, you could pool in your thoughts and ideas and create the most wonderful family holiday card that reflects everyone’s tastes.
That’s not all – a printable Christmas card has the potential to become a fantastic family project. If you choose one of our cards that has a picture which needs to be colored in, you’ll find that even the youngest member in your family is suddenly interested in holiday cards. Encourage kids to participate in this annual holiday ritual by coloring in the picture, signing their names or by coming up with a holiday message to share.
Our holiday cards are designed to make sending Christmas wishes a collaborative, family effort – in the spirit of the season. We believe that holiday wishes are far more special when families enjoy and cherish the experience of creating, sharing and sending printable Christmas cards.
Tell us about how your family creates holiday memories using Printable Christmas cards.
I went to a book store last week, to do some last-minute Christmas shopping, and I had to smile at this display of Christmas cards, situated right at the front of the store.
I go to this book store often to get coffee in their café and use their Internet connection, and so I remember seeing those Christmas cards, for the first time, several weeks ago. At that time, probably the beginning of November or close to it, the cards were priced at full retail: close to twenty dollars for a box of fifteen, if I remember correctly. I remember shaking my head and thinking, People would be crazy to pay that much for cards.
A couple of weeks later, all the boxes of cards had sale stickers on them, which read: “ONLY $15!” It was a discount, sure; but ten dollars? For a box of Christmas cards? And a couple of weeks later, they had been reduced again, down to ten dollars a box. And then this past week, during my last-minute Christmas shopping, the cards were bargain-basement priced: three dollars a box. And people were picking through them like crazy.
That’s a decent price, to be sure, but it just made me think: all the silly little things that we spend money on, that we really don’t have to…it’s ludicrous. Why, for example, would people leap at the chance to buy these Christmas cards for even three dollars a box, with only fifteen cards per box, when they could get ecards for free, on gotfreecards,com, and send as many as they like?
I suppose there’s always going to be a market for people willing to spend money on things they don’t need, but still…
Last year I decided I wasn’t sending Christmas cards. There were too many other things to do, in getting ready for Christmas, that if I could eliminate any headaches, I would do myself a favor. And one headache to eliminate was Christmas cards.
But it didn’t take too long after my mailbox began filling with cards from friends and family members that I panicked. Even if I didn’t send out cards, I realized, I’d still have to write thank-you notes for those I received, which in itself would take more time than just sending out cards in the first place.
I rushed to the greeting card store, to buy a box of greeting cards. But of course, being only a couple weeks before Christmas, the store was sold out. An employee, though, suggested I head to the book store at the mall, because they usually sold Christmas cards.
Well, I went there, and she was right: they did have Christmas cards for sale, but the price was so exorbitant I nearly passed out after seeing the tag. But I didn’t have a choice: I had swallow the sickening feeling and buy them anyway.
And so, at the end of it all, I had, in fact, bought Christmas cards that I had originally planned to not buy; and I certainly didn’t save any time or money.
What I should have done—and what I am doing this year—is send my Christmas cards through gotfreecards.com. Their animated free e-cards are easy to send—I only need to provide the e-mail address of the recipient—and they feature only free e-cards, meaning I won’t spend a dime.
I learned my lesson from last year. Hopefully, though, you can learn from my mistake, and avoid the stress in the first place