Infographic Christmas Card 2016

Infographic Christmas Card: Years in Review

December 7, 2017 , In: The Things We Love , With: No Comments
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For anyone that receives a Christmas card from us, it is no secret that an infographic Christmas card is the way to go! I have ALWAYS loved sending Christmas cards and have sent them since well before I was married or had kiddos. Back in the day, sometimes I would hand-make my cards and sometimes I would just get a cheeky store-bought card. Back in 2013, I decided to step up my game and create an infographic for my Christmas card instead of the standard card from Shutterfly or Costco. I have loved creating these every year and want to share them with YOU!

2013

Front

Infographic Christmas Card

Back

In 2013, I created my very first card, and I loved it! At the bottom, in the “how much we love you” section, I would hand circle the little man figure (of course nearly everyone got 100%!). To create my card, I used Photoshop Elements. However, you could create this using Canva or another online program. Another option that is now much more commonly available than it was in 2013 is Etsy. You can find designers that will create your personalized card for you. How easy is that!

2014

Infographic Christmas Card 2014

Front (Photo Credit: Rad Exposure, Phoenix, AZ)

Infographic Christmas Card 2014

Back

For 2014, I changed the formatting a bit and decided to include pictures on the back side of the card as well. I really like how this worked out and ended up including photos from this year forward.

2015

Infographic Christmas Card 2015

Front

Infographic Christmas Card 2015

Inside, Top

Infographic Christmas Card 2015

Inside, Bottom

Infographic Christmas Card 2015

Back

In 2015, I thought it might be fun to create a folded card instead of a simple flat card. This allowed me to include a larger infographic as the full center of the card with additional photos on the back. I also added a bit of color!

2016

Infographic Christmas Card 2016

Front (Photo Credit: Rad Exposure, Phoenix, AZ)

Infographic Christmas Card 2016

Back

And finally we have last year! I kept is simple and did another two-sided flat card with photos. Easy and done!

So what did we do for this year? Well…since my cards have not gone out yet, you will have to wait to find out!

Love the cards, done something similar, or have questions! Post in the comments!

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

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