With Christmas Cards at the top of your to-do list, you are probably debating the various options to cross this item off your list. Where should I buy my holiday cards? Is DIY worth it with the time and effort involved? Should I embellish or add onto a card I can buy in the store? Perhaps I can use an online holiday stationery company like Minted? Should I make this a project to do with my kids? Or should I get all this done once they go to sleep or are at school? There are truly many ways to accomplish this project. It can be as involved or as simple as you want it to be and have time and patience for. You can involve your kids in the creation process or not. And there are options to fit every budget as well. Below we’ll walk through all the different options along with their set of pros and cons.
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Making a holiday card from scratch definitely comes with its pros and cons. Read below to answer the question of is DIY worth it?
There are so many beautiful DIY ideas for your Christmas cards, and those with the biggest wow factor, are often quite a time commitment as well. You will certainly end up with something stunning if you have the time, patience, and energy to do these, just make sure committing to these DIY projects are worth it. Below are 7 of our favorites.
If semi-homemade is your favorite thing for getting dinner on the table on a busy weeknight, go ahead and apply the same idea to your Minted Christmas Cards. These are great ideas that can be done alongside your children as well if you want to make it a family activity. Here are 10 ways to add a DIY vibe to your holiday card but without the stress of starting from nothing. Starting first with a Minted photo christmas card will definitely make your life easier (not to mention the free recipient addressing included on the envelopes). Add on top these DIY craft ideas and there will be more fun for all. If you need some tips on first photographing the family for the holiday card, we got you covered there as well!
So whether you decide to go the DIY Christmas card route, buy a premade box of cards, or go for the ultimate in both high-end design and convenience with a Minted Christmas card, hopefully this article has brought some clarity to the decision making process. The holidays can be a stressful time (here are some tips to remedy that as well) but with Minted in your holiday toolkit, it doesn’t have to be.