Photo Christmas cards are a lot of fun and
can really personalize the card that you send. I’m Janet Casto, your independent demonstrator
with Stampin’ Up. And so I’m going to be showing you a few ways to take your photos that you’ve
either taken all summer or have just made just specially for the holidays. The first
one I’m going to show you is how to make this adorable photo frame. And, I’m just using
a blank white card stock. I’ve taken a picture of the boys and I’ve just taken a color that
matches of course, their clothes and punched it out. And, to do that, I just use my punch.
I marked in an inch on each side and then I know I can just slide my punch in and punch
out the frame. So, there’s your frame. And then all I need to do is attach it. I could
add the a little bit of journaling with their names and the year, I could attach a ribbon,
you could have all sorts of fun with these. Here’s another way to take a Chris, uh a photo
and this is some friends of mine and they’ve just placed the photo right on this card and
using a little bit of ribbon, a stamp, an embellishment here and then the name of the
family there. So, it’s a quick and easy photo card that anyone would love to receive. And
the last one is kind of like a photo ornament. Inside my card I’ve taken my photos and I’ve
attached it to a ribbon. This can hang right up on the tree. Using your photos to make
Christmas cards make a wonderful gift for everybody. Everyone loves to see how your
children are growing. I’m Janet Casto, your independent demonstrator with Stampin’ Up.
And, I hope you use this photo opportunity to the best of your knowledge.