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Weekend Wants: Holiday Photo Cards

Holiday Photo Cards on Sale


As we approach the holidays, we’re gearing up for the annual Holiday Christmas card collection we all inevitably have! Whether you display yours on the fridge, in a tree shape, or on twinkle lights, you definitely want to make sure the card you send takes center stage! Here are three of our favorite new designs sure to make an impression (plus pick a fun back and colorful envelope)! Oh, and right now they’re 30% off!

Luxe Foil. Add some glamour to this year’s greeting with this real foil – available in gold, red or silver!


Touch of Glam. Your note will pop with this touch of faux glitter (no mess!) and a bold design – and the rounded corners add a unique touch!


“Chalk” Full of Info. Detail the highlights of your year with this fun design!

Ornament card invitation

Anytime I share a project on the PS Blog, I feel like the title should be prefaced with, “From the less than crafty files.” But, with the constant encouragement of colleagues — Linda, my go to for execution tips; Rebecca, who shares similar taste and IS crafty; and Kristen, who I frequently poll regarding the cool/helpful/unique/funny nature of content — I feel better about throwing my amateur projects up as inspiration for our readers.

Which brings me to today’s post — a ridiculously simple holiday card.

holiday brunch invitation

I’m sure a true designer could really make this magical. But, if you lack the time, resources and patience (like me), then know that this ornament card transforms into a wonderfully cute invitation or greeting card with the help of Microsoft Word, a home printer, fine paper, adhesive and colorful envelopes.

Here’s how:

Simply format the text in Word based on 5 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ paper dimensions, remembering that the longest text line should be approximately 3″ down from the top (taper up and down from there).

Run a 8 1/2″ x 11″ sheet through the printer, then line up the ornament card to the printed sheet and adhere with tape, lightly so you can remove after it is printed. Read the rest of this entry »