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Store-bought holiday cards will be shaking in their envelopes.
We’ve got a DIY recipe for turning your photos into holiday cards that double as ornaments.
That’s right. Your photos won’t just deliver your written warm wishes and witticisms, but they’ll decorate trees (and doorknobs and rear view mirrors), too!
Bust out your camera ’cause this is the year your photos pull double holiday duty!
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Why ’tis the season for cool cards:
Every holiday season, a mass of cards are bought in bulk from stores and sent out to loved ones, wishing them all the best for the season. Once the holidays are over, many of them end up in recycling bins. [sad face!]
Combining the best wishes of a greeting card with the keepsake value of an ornament gives you a card that will be kept instead of tossed!
Plus, it’ll leave your rad artsy Auntie talking about your creative skills for years.
The nice ingredients list:
Step 1 – Immortalize your favourite ornament:
Step 2 – Flip it around and print:
You will need to make two copies of every ornament picture. The first was just as you photographed it in Step 1. Since you’ll be putting these together in a card, with a front and a back, you need to flip the image horizontally to make the back side of the card.
In Photoshop, go Image > Image Rotation > Flip Canvas Horizontal. Print both copies of the image.
Step 3 – Trim the
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