How to Make Personalized Christmas Cards

by TilenHrovatic

Learn how to make cheap personalized Christmas cards and order them online. Use Zazzle to make your own custom cards for Christmas.

Make your own personalized Christmas Cards

how to make great custom cards for Christmas on Zazzle

Christmas is coming and it's time for some Christmas cards and Christmas invitations. It's the great and beautiful way to show your family, friends and business partners that you care about them and that you think of them during the Christmas holidays. There are a lot of different Christmas cards and invitations available on the market but the best ones are those that you make yourself and are personalized so the receiver see that you put some effort into making them. And on this page you can find out how to make your own personalized Christmas cards online - easy and affordable. Use Zazzle to make your own great custom cards for Christmas!

Zazzle is great site that allows you to make your own designs, put them on more than 150 different types of products and then order them online for really affordable prices. Zazzle then make these products and send them to you. You just have to make your own custom design and order the right amount. It's really simple, they offer some great designing tools and it's really fun! And by the way, you can also open your own store on Zazzle and sell your designs and products to others and make some money online along the way! Isn't that awesome?

In this guide you can find out how to make your own personalized Christmas cards, find some great desings that are already made, order them or make your own Zazzle store with custom Chsitmas cards and invitations!

How to Make your Own Personalized Christmas Cards

step by step guide

So now you know that you can make your own custom cards for Christmas and winter holidays on a site called Zazzle. Below is a short and simple guide that will help you to make your own Christmas cards to surprise your family, friends and business partners with your own words and designs.

  1. Join Zazzle
  2. Check out some existing custom Christmas cards
  3. Start Making your own personalized Christmas card
  4. Upload your pictures or add your own text
  5. Be sure to check out setting and set everything the way your want it to be
  6. Choose the amount of cards you want to order
  7. Place your order and pay online
  8. Wait just a few days for your cards to arrive!
  9. Have a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year!

If you want to continue your Zazzle experience you can also add your designs and text on many other great types of products such as mugs, T-Shirts, shoes, invitations and even iPhone cases! These all make a great Christmas gift and what's better than the gift you make yourself? :)

And don't forget - you can open your own store on Zazzle, sell your stuff online for free and make some real money online!

Will you make some personalized Christmas cards this year?

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Updated: 11/18/2011, TilenHrovatic
 
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SquidRich on 11/21/2011

Great idea to think about making personalized Christmas cards.

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