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Christmas Invitations

 

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Holiday Stocking Invitation

A festive holiday Striped stocking with colored in a candy cane red and white with a touch of holly sticking out of the sides. This die cut comes with a white invitation tag that ties together with a black satin ribbon.

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Holiday Dots Invitations

This layered card features large red, green and lime polka dots on a white back card. Your personalized text is printed in a piece of vellum and attached to the polka dotted back card via a festive red ribbon.

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Red Bow on Green Damask Invitation

This invitation looks just like a wrapped gift. Celebrate Christmas with green damask wrapping paper and red ribbon tied in a bow.

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Holly Toast Invitations

Celebrate the holidays with a toast to the season. This beautiful design has a hand-painted appearance and is decorated with pine, holly, and wine glasses.

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Orniment Flake Invitations

This beautiful invitation has a beaded snowflake decorating the top with a holiday polka dot background. Perfect for winter holiday parties!

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Christmas parties are always a ton of fun. Celebrating the holiday season is something that most people look forward to all year. Getting together with family and friends, enjoying the winter white surroundings, getting warm and cozy by the fire, and enjoying with relish a variety of treats and delicious dishes. Hosting a party that will give your guests all of these gifts of the season starts at the very beginning with the invitations you choose to call them to gather. Christmas Invitations can be all about fun and celebration, about popular themes like Santa Claus and his reindeer, about religion and the story of Christmas, or even a modern take on the festive holiday. At ImpressInPrint.com, we offer a wide variety of styles and designs for you to choose from to create exactly the mood you want for your Christmas party. Let us help you personalize them, too!

 

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Christmas Cookie Exchange

Making Christmas cookies is a tradition in almost every family. Each year, bakers across the nation of all variety scramble to find new recipes to try and complement the classics they repeat each year. However, we are always battling the inevitable holiday time crunch! Finding enough time to make a variety of cookies for our families seems to become more and more difficult with each passing year. As a result, the Christmas Cookie Exchange Party has been heavily on the rise. Guests get together with one or two types of cookies that they enjoy and swap with other guests until each attendee gets to leave with an entire variety. Share the recipes, or simply share the cookies! Here are a few tips to help your Christmas Cookie Exchange go off without a hitch.

  1. Have each attendee bring their own tins. In addition to whatever platter, tray, or plate they used for the cookies they made, bringing tins to gather up the cookies they are going to swap is crucial to keep things easy. Each person needs only to remember to bring home the tins that they arrived with--though with different cookies inside!
  2. Let each guest know exactly how many people will be attending. Knowing how many will be collecting cookies is essential in knowing how many to make and bring. It takes just a few moments extra on your part to communicate with each guest, but ensure that there will be no trouble in counting cookies to figure out the results. Keep it a simple dozen per guest, or whatever number suits your party!
  3. Don’t worry about duplicates. Tell each of your guests to bring a favorite or to try something completely new. If anyone makes a double, then they will still get eaten with joy and delight! Just be sure that each guest makes something they like and want to make, so the cookies come out with love and deliciousness.

Christmas Ornament Ideas

Christmas ornaments are a wonderful source of decorative inspiration. They come in colors, shapes, and sizes intended to dazzle and delight your eye. You can coordinate your options to just one or two complementary colors, or combine a whole variety in a rainbow colored explosion. Whatever you like is available in the ornament world! Yet, the tree is not the only place that these wonderful glass decorations should be reserved for. Try one of these ideas to spruce up the holiday feel of your home.

Ornaments as centerpiece decorations: Ornaments can be used to create the perfect centerpiece for your table. Fill a large glass bowl with spare ornaments from your tree to bring the theme beyond the tree skirt and into the rest of your home. This can be a wide, low bowl or a tall glass topiary. You can fill just one large bowl or use several tall cylindrical flower vases to create color and height. Play around and see what glass containers you have in your home that might be able to fit these decorations!

Hung about the house: Try hanging ornaments from a variety of places around your house. Popular locations are chandeliers and lighting fixtures. Try attaching a few smaller ones to the ends of your fan chains (sturdier ones that won’t break when clutched). Also, hang a few ornaments along with some garland on stair banisters or railings.

Place markers and napkin rings: Special tiny ornaments with flat bottoms are made to be used as place markers for your table. They are generally inexpensive and super easy to use, plus make a great token for your guests. Also, try attaching a tiny ornament to some ribbon to use as a napkin ring to bring an extra holiday touch to your placesetting.

 
   

Christmas Cookie Recipes

 
 

Christmas cookies are a delicious and favorite part of the holiday season. With so many sweets and treats, it may be hard to pick just a few to make this year! As ever, time will be running short with way too much left on the to-do list. Here are a couple of extremely quick and super easy cookie recipes that can be thrown together on a dime. Try them out for yourself!

Peanut-Butterscotch Delight

    Ingredients:
  • 1 (11 ounce) package butterscotch chips
  • 1 cup creamy peanut butter
  • 4 cups cornflakes cereal
    Directions:
  1. Melt butterscotch chips and peanut butter together over medium heat in a medium saucepan.
  2. Remove from heat and gently stir in cornflakes.
  3. Drop by spoonfuls onto cookie sheets. Chill to harden.

Chocolate Ritz

    Ingredients:
  • 1 (11 ounce) package milk chocolate chips
  • 1-2 tsp olive oil
  • Ritz Crackers
  • Peanut butter (preferably smooth)
  • Assorted sprinkles
    Directions:
  1. Mix chocolate chips with a small amount of olive oil to make the chocolate look shiny in a microwave safe bowl. Heat until melted on medium power.
  2. Lightly cover one side of two Ritz Crackers and stick together (like a sandwich).
  3. Dip and cover the entire cookie with melted chocolate
  4. Place on wax paper and sprinkle with colored sprinkles immediately. Let cool.

Easy Peanut Butter Cookies

    Ingredients:
  • 1 cup peanut butter
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 egg
    Directions:
  1. Mix all ingredients together in bowl with hands.
  2. Roll into 1" balls. Place cookie dough balls on ungreased cookie sheet and press with fork to make criss-cross design on top of cookie.
  3. Bake 10-12 minutes & remove from oven. Let cool for a few minutes and then remove from baking sheet with spatula.

 

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Christmas Drinks

There are a ton of recipes for eggnog, each one with a different twist of spices and flavors. No matter the specific ingredients, this drink is a classic during the Christmas holiday season. This recipe is a basic guide, and can be substituted and supplemented according to taste. For example, instead of garnishing with just nutmeg, you can try throwing in a little cinnamon and allspice as well! For thicker eggnog, substitute some to all of the milk with heavy cream. For a dairy-free alternative, substitute plain or vanilla soy milk and vegan sweetened condensed milk.

Homemade Christmas Eggnog

    Ingredients:
  • 4 egg yolks
  • 1 (5 ounce) can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 tablespoon white sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 4 1/2 cups milk
  • 4 egg whites
  • 1 fluid ounce rum
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
    Directions:
  1. In a large mixing bowl, beat egg yolks until they are thickened and light.
  2. Gradually stir in condensed milk, sugar, vanilla and milk.
  3. Beat the egg whites until stiff, then add them to the milk mixture.
  4. Stir rum into the mixture (to taste). Garnish with nutmeg.

*Note: For those concerned with bacteria present in raw egg yolks, whisk the egg yolks together with the sweetened condensed milk over low heat, stirring constantly until it reaches approx. 160 degrees F. Proceed with the rest of the recipe is instructed above.

 
   

Christmas Invitations: Popular Themes

 
 

There are a wide variety of themes that are popular for the Christmas season. Different years may show a stronger emphasis for some themes than others, but a few stand out as solid representations due to their classic and timeless nature. If you are looking for a theme for your Christmas invitations, here is a quick list of some extremely popular themes. New cards are made using these themes and many others each year, with new and modern designs to keep the look fresh and up-to-date. Likewise, these themes can be found in classic designs that enjoy popularity each year. Take a look at some of these cute options first to fit your holiday party needs!

Penguins - Everyone loves these cute little water-bound birds! Something about their bold black and white coloring and fuzzy little babies brings smiles to our faces. Since most penguins live in icy areas of the world, the similarity in climate has transformed them into a popular choice for Christmas decorations. You will see penguins on cards, as ornaments, as holiday stuffed toys, and in Christmas books everywhere. Try using these little cuties to help you decorate your Christmas invitations!

Snowmen - Everyone loves to make a snowman during the holiday season! It is simple human nature to attempt to create something out of our surroundings, and snowmen represent this basic desire in a festive way. Children and adults enjoy this theme with fond memories and a smile. Further, they bring a wonderfully seasonal touch to your invitations without a strong Christmas theme. This may be just the right option for mixed holiday parties or business themed events!

Christmas Trees - The first decoration that comes to mind when thinking about Christmas is without doubt the Christmas tree. Trees have been decorated for centuries in celebration of this holiday, and each year a new color, theme, or trend to enjoy. Christmas tree invitations are as varied as the trees in our homes, yet all have a similarity in the nature of their overall shape and design. For a festive and classic theme that can be represented with beauty for adults or with gifts and excitement for children, this versatile theme is a great place to start.

Reindeer - Often seen pulling Santa’s sleigh, these nine favorites are always a hit. They bring a magical flair to invitations and decorations with the reminder of their unique ability to soar to heights. Likewise, these winter weather dwellers are popular for their distinctly graceful figures from antlers to hooves. Children delight in seeing reindeer, especially the popular Rudolph with his shining red nose. Adults enjoy the traditional theme and classic winter reminder. With the ability to morph between cute, fun, and elegant, reindeer often can be the perfect choice for a Christmas party invitation.

Ornaments - A great way to bring beauty to an invitation in a simple way is to use an ornament theme. Ornaments are by their nature decorated with brilliant colors and intricate patterns. They can have a variety of shapes and sizes, and can be shiny, crystalline, or even sparkly. This versatility of color and design make ornaments a perfect theme for adult or semi-formal parties, as they can be found in many colors and designs to morph to your specific party theme. They present a strong holiday appeal without focusing too much on any one aspect of the Christmas season.

Santa Claus - This jolly fellow is just the thing to bring a rumbling laugh of joy to your holiday party. Kids absolutely love the idea of Santa Claus and enjoy seeing the familiar face and beard in decorations. He is a symbol of the magic of the Christmas season, as well as a reminder of the happiness that should be felt at this time and all times of the year. More than just a bearer of presents, Santa Claus represents humanity’s desire to do good for one another in a bright and fun way. Perhaps the happiest and most loved theme, Santa Claus is always an excellent choice to decorate your Christmas invitations.

Penguins and snow go together like Christmas and Santa! Enjoy the holidays with these cute little swimmers in a variety of products.
These bright white fellas happily decorate any snow themed invitation. Enjoy the holiday season with a friendly smile made of cole and a carrot nose!
However you decorate your tree, these invitations and stationery products have the perfect theme for a Christmas party.
Santa's trusted fliers deserve a break and some time to party with the rest of us! These reindeer themed products keep Christmas classic and fun for all.
Decorate more than just your tree with ornaments! These beautiful glass orbs bring holiday beauty to everything they touch, including these holiday products!
A jolly smile and a big, round belly, Santa is ready to help you celebrate the Christmas season with joy and a little Ho Ho Ho! Check out these Santa themed products!
 
             
             
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