Printable Holiday Envelopes

Printable Holiday Envelopes | this heart of mine

I think we can all agree that snail mail during the holidays is the best. Next to birthday mail, holiday mail is happily filled with bright envelopes, beautiful cards, smiling photos and notes from actual people! The daily deliverings are smile inducing. Bills and junk mail seem less so or at least diluted during the season which makes the bills after the holidays seem so much more shocking. :)

To help this fun mail time along, I, with enormous help from my assistant, created three holiday-themed envelopes. You can dress your cards, notes and pictures in envelopes with the likes of Santa, a reindeer and a jolly snowman. All you need to do is print them off and assemble.

Printable Holiday Envelopes | this heart of mine

Since our holiday cards are already sent and my children are still itching to send things to everyone we know, I’m planning on sending out our thank you notes in these.

Printable Holiday Envelopes | this heart of mine

Love these envelopes and want so more? Here is a conversation heart version, perfect for Valentine’s Day and a spring version! Hurray!

Supplies:

-printable envelopes – Reindeer, Snowman & Santa
-scissors
-straight edge
-bone folder or stiple
-double-sided tape

Printable Holiday Envelopes | this heart of mine

Print out the PDFs. I printed mine on cardstock. Cut out the envelope shapes with the scissors.

Printable Holiday Envelopes | this heart of mine

Using the straight edge and the bone folder, score the template on the fold marks.

Printable Holiday Envelopes | this heart of mine

Place double-sided tape on the side flaps, fold the bottom section into place and secure.

Printable Holiday Envelopes | this heart of mine

Now they are ready to fill! Notes, cards, pictures, anything you want. The envelopes will need an additional piece of tape to keep the flap closed. After that, simply address, stamp and send as normal.

Printable Holiday Envelopes | this heart of mine

Just because it will make them smile, I’m sending a card to both my littles. Oh the magic of the holidays.

Love these envelopes and want so more? Here is a conversation heart version, perfect for Valentine’s Day and a spring version! Hurray!

About Amy Christie

Amy is a wife, mother of two and a maker. Making is her thing whether it is food, DIYs or photos of her children. Follow Amy on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Bloglovin, Twitter, and through her once-a-month newsletter to keep up with the latest from this heart of mine.

36 thoughts on “Printable Holiday Envelopes

  1. Thank you so much for making these free. I found you on Pinterest and it’s such a blessing to have people like you, willing to SHARE you gifts and talents. Merry Christmas to you!

  2. Just saw these on Pinterest! They are soooo cute!! I know it must have taken some time. I am so appreciative of your talent! Thank you!

  3. Thank you! Found your blog through the Letter Writers Alliance. Such fun envelopes; the kids are already clamoring for print outs. Your blog is lovely, and I’m off to explore more posts. Many thanks!

  4. I too found your site via the Letter Writers Alliance. My seven-year-old daughter has her first penpal – I can’t wait to share them with my penpals and for hers! Thank you for sharing!

  5. These are so cute I can’t decide which one I like better! Going to replace the boring greeting card envelope with these! Thanks so much for the PDF! And thanks to LWA for linking to you! HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

  6. These are so great. I printed out the Santa tonight and my mom immediately said I want one to send your grandmother. So I plan on making a few of each to send to people for the holiday, especially my friend’s three kids. So sweet and cute. So glad I found your post.

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