It’s time to start planning and sending off your holiday and Christmas cards for the 2009 holiday season. If you love writing, sending and receiving Christmas cards as much as I do then I know you will be searching on AC for the best articles on Christmas cards.
Here is a top ten list of the best holiday content on Christmas cards that you can find on Associated Content.
#1. Make Your Own Western Style Christmas Cards by Linda Louise Johnson
This is a fun and unique idea offered from Associated Content’s own publisher Linda Louise Johnson. Making your own Western style Christmas cards is easy and tons of fun and they make outstanding holiday cards or gifts to give to your favorite friends and family this season. This article offers a complete 4 page guide on DIY Western style Christmas cards and is more then worth checking out! Thanks Linda for the quality content.
#2. Make Your Own 1950s Style Retro Christmas Cards by Susi Frock
This is a very unique idea and an exquisite article written by AC’s Susi Frock. Whether you are an old fashioned “scrapbooker” at heart or a new age desktop publisher this article has a method for everyone to create amazing vintage style Christmas card. Really excellent article Susi!
#3. Craft Your Own Pop Up Christmas Cards to Give as Meaningful Gifts by Arene
Everybody loves pop-up Christmas cards, kids, parents, even dogs! Just kidding, well maybe to chew on. These cards are fun to make, fancy and are the perfect Christmas card gift for your friends and family of all ages this holiday season!
#4. DIY Romantic and Elegant Christmas Cards: Make it Easy with Free Digital Scrapbooking Pages by Elizabeth Valentine
Excellent ways to create yourself classy Christmas cards using free computer programs and digital scrapbook tools. This is one article you won’t want to miss!
#5. How to Recycle Your Christmas Cards by Maryanne Smith
Another excellent “Go Green” recycling article for your old Christmas cards or what to do after the holiday season with your holiday cards. A perfect guide to framing and creating collages with your old Christmas cards.
#6. DIY Romantic Christmas Cards Using MS Word by ShawnTe Pierce
This is a do-it-yourself guide to using Microsoft Word to create yourself a romantic holiday gift card to give to your sweetie this year during the 2009 Christmas season.
#7. Printable Christmas Cards for Kids by Stacy Hensley
This article includes 10 great places to find free printable Christmas cards perfect for children. A few of these great places you can find online are Activity Village, Printfree.com and Disney Family Fun for your favorite Disney Christmas cards.
#8. Homemade Christmas Cards from Last Years Christmas Cards by CJ Mathis
This article includes a full DIY guide to holiday cards including a material list and exact instructions for a sure fire bet on successful homemade Christmas cards from last year’s old Christmas cards.
#9. Recycling Christmas Cards: Create Coasters, Place Mats, Bookmarks, More by Daniella Nicole
Daniella Nicole offers us some great ideas on what to do with your old Christmas cards for unique new uses such as coasters, framed artwork, gift boxes, gift decor and gift tags along with more quality card recycling ideas.
#10. Where to Find Eco-Friendly Christmas Cards by Sophie Walton
This article features places to shop for “Green” Christmas cards. A few of these suggestions include GreenPrinter.com and RedStamp.com
The possibilities are endless for how you can decorate and what you can make your Christmas cards out of this 2009 holiday season. If you are still craving more on the quest for the best Christmas card articles search Associated Content more deeply or try searching Google or Bing for “Christmas cards”. I am sure you can find more craft ideas, styles and organizational guides on the world wide web if these ten didn’t tickle your fancy.