Thursday, February 7, 2013

Jin's Photocards


I've been wanting to make photocards for a while now. I take a lot of pictures of every one of my projects but it wasn't until today that I finally made a card out of a photo of an assembled cut.


Earlier today I posted the above picture on my Facebook Page but I realized that it would be great as a photocard too. So I printed the photo on photopaper (from a previous Staples' $1 Kodak Photopaper deal) and got these:


I was really pleased with how they turned out. The photopaper is a little thinner than the heavy cardstock that I would have preferred but the cards looked really cute! With 3 kids in 3 different classes, and almost 30 kids in each classroom, I'm looking for ways to make a lot of Valentines in a short time. Who knows, this photocard may just be the solution to my problem! I have so many photos I'm sure that some of them will make great photocards. Can't wait to go through my older pictures and make photocards out of them.



Files:
Sheep Shape Year Cut Its
Sheep Shape Rambles Graphics Set


3 comments :

  1. Jin, Your projects are so fresh and delightful, and a continued source of inspiration! Do you have a source of inexpensive printer ink? I use a Canon MX880. I'd love to do more with it, but ouch. The ink is so spendy.

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  2. This is such a great idea! I'm going to have to try it. Good luck with all of those valentines, you're a great mom!

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  3. I wooly love everything you do!! You are so talented and have the cutest ideas. I get a little thrill when I see your emails!! THanks for sharing!!

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