All you need to make things fancy is a beautiful font and a little glitter
These pretty homemade Christmas cards couldn't be easier—just follow these step-by-step instructions: many of the supplies can already be found around your home.
In a word processing document, print out desired initials in a font you love (try sites like dafont.com for beautiful letters). Thicker letters are easier to use—these were made at 200 size.
Cut out initials into individual cards.Trace the initial in craft glue. Try to use one continous motion to trace- in the thicker parts of the letter follow the outsides and then fill in. You can use the tip of the glue to smooth out any rough edges.
Sprinkle glitter over the letter. It's easiest if you do this over a sheet of paper. To prevent waste, shake off the extra onto the paper and use that as a funnel to get the glitter back into the jar.