Diy – Photoshare Cards

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We love taking pictures. I am usually the camera person for any event – i.e., I take pictures and people steal them. It was really hard for me not to be hold my good ol’ digital camera during the wedding, but I had to let it go.

Even though we couldn’t take pictures, we wanted to see ALL of our guest photos, so I made a very simple photoshare card that will be thrown into our “Thank Yous”. I was going to make it all fancy, but decided that I wanted simplicity to avoid confusion.

Tools:

  • Microsoft Word Template
  • Plain white cardstock paper
  • Fiskars rotary cutter with straight blade

First, I designed it in trust Word. Simple, so no Paint Shop or Photoshop necessary. I downloaded the font called “Eurostile” for the Pictures word on the lefthand side of the card.

Screenshot of DIY photoshare cards

Then, what was on my screen was printed on plain white cardstock.

Printed DIY photoshare cards
Printed DIY photoshare cards
Then, using the rotary cutter, I cut them out by columns and then rows. I didn’t worry about each one being the perfect same size, just that the lines were straight and parallel to the design.

Printed DIY photoshare cards
Finished DIY photoshare cards

I just put one in each thank you card! Hopefully people will upload their pictures!

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