Free Merry Christmas Card Printable

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This sweet little church-in-the-snow design was just destined for the front of a Merry Christmas Card Printable. It's the perfect little illustration to send holiday greetings to friends and family near and far. Download yours below.

Merry Christmas Cards Printable
My mother would have loved this particular design. She loved sweet little old churches. And covered in snow on the front of a Christmas card? Even better. But truly, how can you not love an old church set in a wintry scene? Those glowing windows are just beckoning to come on in and worship. Hoping you love this free Merry Christmas Card Printable, too.

Merry Christmas Card Printable

I think wintry scenes are even more appealing to me since I live in a place that doesn't have a whole lot of actual winter, per say. It has not snowed in my part of Texas in eons, and I truly miss seeing the beauty of that. Putting this sweet little church scene together just gave me all the snow-covered feels inside. Hoping it does the same for you.
Winter Church Print
This Merry Christmas card design came straight from my free Merry Christmas printables I created for the holiday printable series over on I Should Be Mopping the Floor (pictured above). The print is available in 4x6", 5x7", and 8x10" designs. When I initially created this design, my husband looked over my shoulder at my computer and commented, "What a pretty card". I knew immediately it would make its way over here into my land of greeting cards, as well. Glad he gave me the nudge I needed. 

Envelopes for Printable Cards

Printing and Using Your Merry Christmas Card Printable


  • You can download your card below. I have provided three download options.
  • Please remember that this card, along with all of the cards here on Print Pretty Cards, is for personal use only. Please do not reproduce them to resell in any manner.
  • Printable greeting cards should always be printed on white, letter-sized cardstock. Regular paper is too thin for this. Grab your own pack of white, letter-sized cardstock here on Amazon. They have the best price I can find.
  • You can print your card on either the DRAFT or NORMAL settings on your printer. Using DRAFT may create a few striations on your print. Since these are watercolor designs, this offend lends itself to a more authentic look. It's fun to play around with the settings and see how the end result can look.
  • After printing your card, cut it out around the blue outline of the card (or just inside the outline to remove it completely).
  • Fold your card in half. Use either a bone paper folding tool (grab that here on Amazon) or the handle of your heavy stainless steel scissors and run it along the crease of your card (back and forth a couple of times). This will remove any wrinkles or bubbles in your crease, leaving you with a professional greeting card look, in the end.
  • Write your own personal message on the inside of the card.

Envelopes for Your Card



All of my greeting cards here on this site are designed to fit size A6 envelopes. Standard-sized A6 envelopes measure 4 3/4" x 6 1/2". Today's Merry Christmas Card Printable would look lovely in either white or kraft paper style envelopes (the kraft paper will give these a rustic vibe).


Download Your Merry Christmas Card Printable

All of the download options I offer are through free file-sharing sites. Use whichever one works best for you, but the Droplr one seems to be a reader-favorite and is usually the simplest to use.
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4 comments:

  1. Thank you for being so generous and sharing free printable. God bless you!

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  2. Thank you, thank you, thank you for this beautiful card.

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  3. You are so very gracious and generous for sharing your unique gifts. Not many would. It is greatly appreciated. Jo Ann

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  4. I love these idea....I am going to use mine for a painting instead...just so beautiful. I painted a bug as you have here too with a Christmas tree on top and then I put a picture of my dog in the window, it turned out so well I made 2 more for friends...thanks much and God bless your day.

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