Christmas Cards

If there’s a tradition that has not been lost to the digital era (amid the fact that you can use their digital versions to save time and enrich them with video and animations) that is, without a doubt, the use of Christmas Greeting Cards to share with friends and family.

Top 5 Movies for Christmas: The ‘A’ List

It’s that time of year again, and Christmas is just around the corner. Most people are thinking, “Here we go again”. I know. You have to be prepared, and you want it to be fun but within your budget. But most importantly, you want it to work.

Vintage Christmas Cards

The Christmas Card was created with lithography on stiff cardboard (5 1/8  X 3 ¼ inches) in dark sepia. The card itself was divided into a center with two side panels; one on each side. This Christmas Greeting Card was sold on the market for one shilling each; only 1,000 copies were made.

4 Inspiring Christmas Design Tools

Use the Vintage Santa Brushes to create absolutely marvelous Christmas Designs, or use the snowflakes brush to complement the abstract deer image!