Learn how to make these pretty photo print Christmas crafts. We’ll make gift tags, ornaments, notecards, and more with free photo prints!
Photo Print Christmas Crafts
I’m so excited to share several fun and simple Christmas gift and decor ideas using free photo prints from FreePrints! I had so much fun creating these simple projects and I hope they inspire you this holiday season.
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I designed a few graphics that you can download and use to create the gift tags, notecards, and Christmas embellishments. Click on the links below and save the images to your phone. I hope you enjoy them! Please remember these graphics are for personal use only.
- Merry Christmas Notecard
- Joy to the World Hymn
- Vintage Santa Print
- Reindeer Notecard
- Santa Playing Piano Print
- Joy and Seasons Greetings Gift Tags
Not only can you use the photo prints to make gift tags, notecards, ornaments, etc., but you can also print family photos to give as gifts! Slip the high quality print into a photo frame, add a bow and gift tag, and you have a beautiful, sentimental gift!
Photo Print Christmas Crafts Video Tutorial
You can watch the video tutorial to see how I made each of these photo print Christmas crafts and see how I styled them in my home.
DIY Photo Print Notecards
To make the Merry Christmas and Reindeer notecards, simply take your photo print from FreePrints, glue it onto a piece of card stock or scrapbook paper, and then fold it in half. I like to score mine with a bone fold and score tool, but you can also use a credit card or the flat side of your scissors. This will give the notecard a nice, crisp fold.
I trimmed by green card stock to 4 x 6 inches, then took my photo print and trimmed a tiny amount off all four sides. This made the green card stock visible on the outer edges of the card front.
You can use these to jot down a quick note of Christmas cheer and tuck it into a gift bag. I also took a small dab of hot glue and glued a gift card to the inside of one of my notecards.
Grab a Starbucks or Target giftcard, glue it to the notecard, and then slip it inside of a Stanley or Yeti cup. Tie a pretty bow around the cup handle and you have a pretty, simple gift for a teacher, neighbor, or friend!
DIY Vintage Santa Ornament
I love this Vintage Santa Print and thought it would be so cute turned into an ornament. I placed it on our Christmas tree, but you could also hang it on a doorknob, lamp, dresser, etc.
It tuned out so pretty, and I love the added glass glitter!
DIY Gift Tags
I love the idea of using the FreePrints photos for gift tags! You will find two gift tags on one 4×6 print, so you can make two gift tags. I took the print, glued green card stock to the back and then cut the print right down the center, making two tags. Next I used my corner trimmer to round the corners on each tag before I punched a hole into the top.
To secure it to the bow, I tied a knot on the package, slipped one end of the ribbon through the gift tag, then finished tying the bow.
Photo Print Christmas Crafts
You can see how I used the Joy to the World Hymn Art and the Santa Playing the Piano Print to embellish my gifts in the video tutorial at the top of this post!
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