A little DIY can go a long way toward creating a fun and relaxing family evening, entertaining the kids, or adding a homemade touch to your holiday celebrations! In our series Arts, Crafts, & Cookies, get ready to grab your favorite snacks and get to crafting with printable coloring pages, gift tags, greeting cards, and more. Printable Christmas cards are a fun family activity to share the holiday spirit! Plus, there’s no easier way to stay connected with distant loved ones during the holiday season.

Whether you’re celebrating the holidays in person or over video chat, the most important part of the season is staying connected. It’s easier to celebrate with those who live close-by; you may be hosting a holiday party, or you can drop off Christmas cookies at neighbors’ homes. When you can’t connect in person, though, sending a Christmas card is an easy way to bridge the distance. While video chats work great for catching up, sharing a meal, or opening Christmas gifts together, a card is something a loved one can hold on to long after the season is over.

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These Christmas cards can all be colored in for an added personal touch. Cozy up with hot cocoa by the fireplace for a relaxing holiday evening preparing these cards to send to a distant loved one. Or get the kids involved and let them each color in a card to send to Grandma and Grandpa!

Printable Christmas Cards

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Download printable Christmas cards

If you can’t get enough of the holiday DIY, you can also check out our Christmas coloring pages and Hanukkah coloring sheets and cards. Happy holidays!


Brooke Younker has been on Harry & David's Social Media team since 2019. Her dad started working at the company the week she was born, so she grew up touring the candy kitchen and enjoying all the Moose Munch she could eat. When she's not writing about Royal Riviera Pears, you can find her exploring new mountain trails, trying new Southern Oregon wineries, or hanging out at her local CrossFit gym.

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