Like many of you, it’s my favorite time of year! Since I’m a graphic designer, I do a lot of work with other small business owners. I love getting to know you when you approach me for a holiday postcard design or flyer. So this year I put together a very quick and simple holiday card. But it’s so versatile! It’s perfect if you have your own small business or if you do direct sales. Thanking your customers at the end of the year helps them know you’re thinking about them and appreciate their business!
You can add your information at the bottom and write a personal note to each customer. Or if you have a lot of past customers you’d like to send to, you can add in some general thank you text and then sign them. If you have small products (like Jamberry), there’s even room for you to attach a little something to say thank you and happy holidays!
This is set up to print at 5×7 inches. I’d suggest printing 2 to a page on a standard 8.5 x 11 inch piece of cardstock. You can open it in Photoshop or add text for free online with something like PicMonkey. The file is a high resolution JPG and was made with graphics from freepik.com. Yes, amazingly, even I don’t have time to do everything this time of the year! I did not illustrate something for once. Haha!
Here’s how I added information to mine…
You can download your blank holiday card printable here.
Please remember if you sell on Etsy, there are rules about using a customer’s address for non-order related mailing. Be respectful of that and don’t break the rules!