Make Your Customized Holiday Greeting Cards

  • By: Mommy & Love
  • Date: November 27, 2021
  • Time to read: 2 min.

I genuinely LOVE getting them! They brighten up my kitchen wall (which is where they are going this year) and simply make my kitchen all sparkly and “christmasy”. They are always so pretty and uplifting!

If you happen to be looking for a fun way to make your own personal greeting cards, I have a website recommendation: is a super fun website that allows you to create customized cards easily. They have hundreds of pre-designed card imagery, holiday messages, fonts, colors, paper, envelopes and more to choose from. You can also start with a blank canvas if you like to design the entire card yourself.

Screenshot of featuring only some of the Christmas Card categories.

You can choose traditional cards and even upload your own pictures to make unique photo Christmas cards. For the photo layouts, I like the Wreaths of Peace card pictured below.

Once you create an account, you can browse through all the cards and click on the heart to save it to your favorites. I love all the animal themed cards. (Of course!)

Overall, the card editing program is very nice. I have experience with several other online photo editors and I was quite impressed by how easy and functional it was. I could change things over and over without it freezing or getting “confused”. That’s super important for indecisive people like myself! I kept switching out holiday messages, fonts and colors to see what I liked best.

So, if you haven’t made your holiday cards yet, you should definitely check out They have all budget ranges and the creative possibilities are endless! They also have cards for celebrations all year round as well, for those who prefer to send New Years or Valentine’s Day cards in bulk. 🙂

For more information, visit You can also find them on social media at @CardsDirect on Facebook and Twitter.

Disclosure: Mommy & Love was not compensated financially for this post, but products may have been given in exchange for a review. 

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