Are you looking for homemade Christmas cards for you and the kids to decorate? Then you are in the right place. You can download these 11 different free printable Christmas cards to color today and start creating.
Spread holiday cheer and add to your lineup of Christmas activities for kids. Let them unleash their artistic skills and personalize heartfelt cards to share with family and friends, making the season even more special.
In fact, when we receive them we put them around the Christmas tree for all to see. It just makes my heart giddy.
These 11 different Christmas coloring cards can be printed out as many times as you like and if you prefer a certain design over another just print these out separately.
Just grab your coloring pens, paints, or pencils and get creative!
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Christmas Coloring Cards For Older Kids & Adults
There are 10 different Christmas coloring cards included in this free printable as can be seen below.
These have all been colored in with our favorite dual-tipped coloring pens. There are 72 different colors and they last so well. We have had these for over 6 months, and we color a lot!
These Christmas cards are probably too intricate for younger children, but kids aged 10 and above will love these designs.
- Christmas ornament detailed
- Christmas ornament plain
- Reindeer (I think you will also enjoy our free reindeer handprint craft template)
- Christmas tree
- Christmas stocking
- Santas present sack
- Christmas present
- Winter Hat
- Santa Hat
- Christmas stocking plain
If you prefer one design more than another no problem, just print out the cards you like the most.
Get the kids involved with our free printable Christmas tags to color in too.
How to Print These Christmas Coloring Cards
Download the Christmas cards (for free, scroll to the bottom of the page for instructions).
Make sure you change the printer orientation to print portrait and change the paper size to either A4 or US letterhead (whichever your paper size is).
These can be printed on normal printing paper, however, card stock would look better of course. We used this cardstock (this is the one we use), it is of excellent quality and you can use it for lots of different projects.
These Christmas cards can be colored in with whatever you choose, but we used a mix of coloring pencils, paint, and coloring pens.
Once you have completed your beautiful design, you can either write in the card or you can go back to the download where I have included four free printable Christmas card inserts.
I recommend just printing these out on printer paper and gluing them inside the card. Or why not print them on colored card stock.
When you have colored and written your Christmas cards you are ready to mail them to friends and family.
Regardless of the paper you use, US letterhead or A4 paper these are the envelopes you will need that will fit the card perfectly.
If you are looking for even more inspiration for your Christmas coloring cards check out Etsy, they have loads of different ones to choose from, including downloads but also delivered.
Additional free cards to color
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- Easter printable cards to color
- Father’s Day printable cards to color
Tips for downloading the free files
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Within minutes you will be sent the free PDF directly to your email address, so you can print it out and start using it immediately.
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Print out the free coloring Christmas cards
If you are looking for other personalized Christmas cards check out my latest post on Basic Invite.
Last Updated on 25 November 2023 by homeschoolof1