Christmas cards are shared among friends and relatives. Hand made christmas cards are loved by most people. Please share some of the ideas to make a wonderful Christmas card.
In June? Just photocopy any picture, reduce or enlarge to size, and cut it to the size of a pre-made blank card/ (sets contain envelopes.) That's what I do. (Of course, I hand illustrate mine.) There are ways to copy the picture right onto the card stock as well. But, I just cut mine to size and use rubber cement spay or brush to adhere to the 5x7 blank card. They turn out great. Oh don't use scissors. You must have a good paper cutter.
Sometimes I copy antique christmas cards images and then embellish them with glitter, and the endless choices of Photo Album supplies.
by Myn Is Me 6 years ago
How did we get our Christmas cards?
by Stacie L 4 years ago
Scott Stump TODAY contributorIf you’re looking to send a friend one of the world’s first Christmas cards, you just need a stamp and about $7,000. At an auction on Saturday at British auction house Henry Aldridge & Son, an anonymous bidder paid £4,200, which equates to $6,846, for a card...
by Penelope Hart 5 years ago
How many Christmas Cards are you mailing this year?Have you usually sent Christmas Cards by mail? Are you sending fewer cards this year? What are your reasons?
by AussieTreeChange 5 years ago
More and more people are sending greetings online via email or using electronic cards or social media pages or even mobile phones. Have you stopped sending cards the old fashioned way?
by MomsTreasureChest 5 years ago
Do you send Christmas cards? If so, is it a personal photo card?
by joleenruffin 7 years ago
What do you think of those family photo Christmas cards that people send out these days?
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