Design your Christmas / New Year / Thanksgiving Card PRINT+HTML

Delivery in
5 days
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Response time
within a few hours

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What you get with this Offer

Personalised Christmas Cards that will impress your clients and customers! Wide range of styles available!
Include your logo, brand colours and any other graphics from your visual identity.
Print-ready PDFs, as well as email-friendly files delivered.

I'm a trained Graphic Designer with a BA Degree from the University of the Arts London - currently ranked #5 in the world for Art & Design Education, and an MA from UCLAN. My work has been featured on Design You Trust, Packaging of the World, The Creative Finder and Trendhunter.

What you get:

✓ 1 Christmas Card Design - front cover + the message inside (delivered as a print-ready PDF or JPG, and email-friendly JPG or PNG files)
✓ HTML code of the Card Design (that you can insert in any e-newsletter sending service, such as MailChimp)
✓ As a part of the email version, 1 button leading to your website + up to 8 social media icons + payment methods icons
✓ 2 design revisions

If you'd like a custom/unique design (including hand-drawn illustrations), please get in touch to receive a proposal based on your requirements.

For editable PSD, INDD or AI files, please see an add-on below.

Get more with Offer Add-ons

  • I can provide you with editable PSD, INDD or AI files

    Requires no additional time

  • I can create a web banner/social media cover in the same style

    Additional 1 working day

  • I can deliver all work in 1 working day

What the Freelancer needs to start the work

✓ Your logo
✓ Any text or images you'd want me to include
✓ A link to your website (or anything that will give me the right impression of what your brand image is like)
✓ Any ideas of what sort of style you'd like (reference pics welcome)
✓ Card size
✓ What file format you'd like your editable files to be in (if you selected the appropriate add-on)
✓ Links to your social media pages
✓ Payment methods you'd like shown