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Christmas – Creative Ideas – Use Geographics Paper to create innovative Christmas cards, invitations, craft and more

Basket Bouquet

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Line medallion doily with a 3″ circle of red paper. Fold both in half and glue small bunches or dried flowers to inside of folded shape, letting buds extend around edges. Seal with small dab of glue.

Christmas Angel Ornament

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Use the pattern, enlarging to 3 7/8″ tall & cut this shape out of the drawing paper. Draw features on face & hair outlines with black permanent marker.

Christmas Dove Decoration

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Adhere satin to poster board using fusible web and following manufacturer’s directions. Enlarge pattern shown to measure 8 1/2″ from tip of beak to tail.

Create Christmas Cards

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This holiday season, you can easily make your own Christmas cards using Geographics blank cards: greeting cards , note cards, post cards or cardstock and Geographics free templates, clip art and suggested wording.

Print Christmas Stationery For the Holidays

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Making Christmas stationery like mailing labels is simple with Click n’ Print!

Christmas is all about reaching out to your loved ones—whether you’re having a lavish Christmas party or you just want to send holiday greetings to friends and family, creating your own Christmas stationery will let you prepare for the holidays in advance and at low cost to you.

Christmas Cheer with Festive Business Stationery

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Using business stationery throughout the year is a common everyday activity for most companies. That is why the holiday season provides an excellent opportunity for businesses to add variety to the stationery they usually use year-round.

Spread Holiday Cheer with Photo Paper

Printing out pictures with inkjet photo paper is a great way to hold on to the memories you make this holiday season. Want some nice photos   in your family albums for later sharing, or for frames around your house?