Flat Cut Christmas Cards

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This set includes 3 adorable Christmas cards (Christmas Tree, Reindeer, and Snowman)! They're 4"x6" and can be used as a single layer, flat cut card that you can give or even mail. You can also use them as super cute gift tags!

You can leave them raw wood, you can paint them or color them (we used colored pencils). Then you can add a back piece using wood or even colored paper! Oh, and I am including a small stand you can use to display them if you want to!

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* Digital Download Only. No Physical Items Included. This is a file to cut on your laser. *


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These postcards can be SO much fun! Leave them as a single layer, add a back layer or even a middle layer! Use wood or paper, solid colors, printed, whatever! And you can engrave a message on the front or back or write with a fine point sharpie. We painted one set white with white primer and then colored them with colored pencils. We also made another set using White PatternPly Solids from 


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  • Ai
  • SVG
  • PDF
  • DXF



  • 6.2" x 4.0" 
  • Can be resized to any size you need without adjustments.



  • 1/8" MDF but you can use whatever you like
  • Rustoleum White Primer
  • White PatternPly from Smokey Hill Designs
  • Colored Pencils
  • Gorilla Glue Superglue Gel



  • Each single layer postcard is just 4" x 6".
  • You can get 6 out of 1 sheet of 11" x 19" material
  • You can make them single layer, double, or even triple depending on the look you're going for.



  • The included stand can be cut from any material you like. The slot size is 0.125"
  • You can engrave a message on the front, back, or both
  • You can also use a fine point Sharpie to write on it if you like
  • They can be mailed as they are without an envelope, but take them to your local post office to find out the cost and any other details.
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