Back in a post from early November, I referred to the fact that I was formulating a design for a photo Christmas card. Well, behold our family’s Christmas card for this year:
I purchased a frame shape from the online Silhouette store. With some slight adjustment to the inner frame, it was perfect for a wallet-sized photo. I also purchased some new Christmas sentiment shapes, and despite their delicacy, they cut surprisingly well.
The frame has a pop-out stand on the back:
Here is how it looks from the side:
Using the Silhouette’s print and cut feature, I made a custom family newsletter insert that simply slides out from behind the photograph:
I used a coordinating Christmas card stack that I found at Michael’s and made several different versions:
These Christmas card frames were a GREAT way to share with family those small, wallet-sized images that came with a portrait package we had taken of my son back in the Fall. (Yes! Multi-tasking!)
And if there was any question as to how to proceed with the photo card once it was opened,
I included an instruction sheet!