We’re just a few short weeks away from wrapping up 2014 (what?!) and countdown is on ’til the holidays. If you’re anything like us, you’ve been uber busy these past few weeks and haven’t even had time to think about what you’re going to eat for breakfast, let alone sending out holiday cards. Instead of sending out a last minute e-card, take a look at these 14 epic printable holiday cards, invitations and envelopes so you can stamp and send your greetings TODAY.
1. Merry and Bright Card ($8): We love the simplicity of this greeting card. Using magenta instead of red and green adds a unique touch to an otherwise traditional letter.
2. Holiday Party Invitation: Holy color. Add a bright flair to your invitations and go for a fun gold background. PS can we be invited to this party at Santa’s workshop? (via Paper Crave)
3. Holiday Trees Card: If you’re on the hunt for the perfect minimalist holiday card, look no more. Slip a pic of the family into this blue and green tree card this season. (via Ruffled Blog)
4. Simple Greeting Card ($3): Snag this chic instant download from Etsy and you’ll be sending off your annual greeting cards in a snap.
5. Happy Holidays Card ($5): Christmas trees come in all shapes and sizes, so why not showcase that on your greeting card?
6. Eat, Drink and Be Merry Invitation: Because who doesn’t want to eat, drink and be merry? Sounds like this party will be poppin’. (via Botanical Paperworks)
7. Merry + Bright Customizable Card ($22): While this is slightly pricier than some of the others, we think it’s totally justifiable because it’s customizable. Score!
8. Reindeer Envelope: OMG. These envelopes are Too. Cute. C’mon, that nose? We’ve never seen a more adorable set of cards. (via Design Eat Repeat)
9. Letter to Santa: Not only can this printable be used as a final touch to your greeting card, but it also doubles as an envelope to drop a little note to Santa. (via The Postman’s Knock)
10. Cookie Envelopes: It’s all about the presenation, y’all. These cookie envelopes get an A+ from us for going the extra mile. (via Going Home to Roost)
11. Good Tidings Christmas Card: Opt for a traditional quote on a natural-color cardstock for a timeless Christmas card that everyone will love. (via Delia Creates)
12. Cocktails and Appetizers Invitation ($16): Forget to send out those invites via snail mail last week? Grab these chalkboard party invitations that you can download and print or send as e-vites for a last-minute quick fix.
13. Christmas Party Invitation ($17): There’s nothing wrong with choosing a classic red and gold style. The twinkle lights at the top make everything *that* much cuter.
14. Beetle Card ($6): For a little #tbt, get this beetle holiday card to wish your closest friends the happiest of holidays. Plus, it will remind them to pick up their tree STAT.
What does your holiday card look like this year? Tweet us a picture at @britandco.