Create Christmas Card for Free in Minutes
Make unique and custom Christmas cards in minutes. No design skills needed.
Sending Christmas cards to loved ones is a time-honored tradition that helps you show the important people in your life how much you care. You don't have to spend a fortune on Christmas cards this year in order to send cards that look great and get your message across clearly. Instead, you can opt to use a free Christmas card maker tool, like Adobe Spark's Spark Post, in order to create your cards.
An easy to use Christmas card maker
Using Adobe Spark isn't just convenient because it's a free Christmas card generator. It's also easy to use, even if you're not a professional designer. You can choose from a selection of pre-created templates, so you don't need to put much thought into your card's layout. You can also choose from a library of images and typography that are included with the program, so that you can make your creation totally customized and unlike any other Christmas card around. Spark Post is also an online Christmas card maker with pre-created themes, so making a card can be as easy as simply tweaking colors, fonts and photos.
How to make a Christmas card
Pick a size and shape
When you launch Spark Post, you'll see a selection of shapes and sizes you can choose from for your card. Click the one that best fits your needs. Choose the size based on the photo you want to include, or simply pick one that matches your taste.
Choose a theme
Once you've chosen the right size card, select "Theme" at the top of the design page, then browse through the theme options. Choose your favorite for your card's design. Later in the process, you can customize your theme more, so don't worry if there's an element or two you don't love!
Personalize with images
Many holiday cards feature images on them. To add your image, select "Background," then upload your own image as the card background. Spark Post can serve as a Christmas photo editor, giving you the tools to change the brightness, color and tint of your photo. Alternatively, you can choose a photo that you purchase from a stock photography site or one from a free resource such as Creative Commons.
Describe with engaging text
Fonts can add personality and tone to your card. Do you want to come across as formal and fancy? Try using a script font. If you want to be more fun, try using a sans serif handwritten font. To choose your font, simply click "Text" on the design page, then choose your font, color and size.
Download, share, or print
Once you're done designing, share your card! Simply download it so you can print it, or choose to share it on social media networks such as Twitter and Facebook.
Further customize your Christmas cards
If there are changes you want to make to your Christmas card, or if you want to ensure that your creation is truly unique, Spark Post offers easy ways to customize cards. Focus on the font by changing up the alignment, size and color. You can also rearrange elements on the card. The template can give you an idea, but you can let your imagination run wild by creating custom layouts. Spark Post is a free design program that provides you with premade layouts from professional designers, which you can personalize to your own liking to make Christmas cards online.
Why create Christmas cards on Spark
Create Christmas cards this year with Adobe Spark, and save a whole lot of time and money. Instead of hiring a professional designer to design your cards (which can break the bank), you can choose from pre-created designs that you know will look good in print or online.
Choose from a variety of free professionally designed fonts for every occasion.
Select from thousands of photos on the web or pick from your personal collections on Adobe Creative Cloud, Adobe Lightroom, Dropbox or Google Photos.
Explore our wide variety of best-in-class layouts, colors, and fonts. Easily tweak them with the text, photos, and icons that best fit your needs.
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