It’s the most wonderful time of the year… Well, I love Christmas time! Decorating my house, making some delicious cookies or setting up the Christmas tree… I love it all! Since I live far away from my family, I love sending them Christmas cards. And each year I’m trying to put a personal touch in it, as well.
So, last year I’ve got an idea to create Christmas cards inspired by Amsterdam. And what started as a small thing, became a big project ‘Drawing the Art of Europe’ with already a few different sets of colouring postcards created. However, this year I’ve once again designed my Christmas colouring cards inspired by Amsterdam and the Netherlands.
Colouring Christmas Cards
Sending the Christmas cards is something I find to be so special and personal. Creating the cards, choosing the most suitable envelopes, writing little notes to my friends and family. I really enjoy it every single year.
I believe Christmas cards should be at least partially made by the person sending them. That’s why I’ve designed these cards as colouring Christmas cards. You can customize them, choose the colours you like the most and create your own perfect Christmas cards inspired by Amsterdam.
*Take a look here for 10 things you should do during the Christmas season in Amsterdam!
Christmas Cards inspired by Amsterdam
With its canals and fairytale looking canal houses Amsterdam has a perfect setting for magical Christmas. That’s why it became an inspiration for my Christmas cards, as well. There are three different designs showing different sights in Amsterdam. From its typical canal houses, Rijksmuseum or a ‘bakfiets’ with a Christmas tree in it, these are the scenes so common in Amsterdam.
My colouring Christmas cards are hand-drawn and printed on a high-quality paper. That’s why they could be coloured nicely with crayons or markers. Cards were designed, drawn and printed in the Netherlands, so they are a real, local product.
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If you happen to be in Amsterdam on Sunday December 9th 2018, come and say hello to me at a Museum Market at Museumplein. I will be promoting them and selling them there.
*Take a look here for the full list of Christmas Markets and December events in the Netherlands!
Which one is your favourite Christmas card? Share with us in the comments below!