As prescribed by Paulina Constancia
Photo Cards -it sounds like a novelty now but there was a time when people sent each other photos of moments shared. And by photos I don’t mean jpeg files sent as an email attachment but actual images printed on glossy photo paper. For my son’s birthday thank you cards, I decided on personalized photo collages.
|A Personalized Photo Collage
This summarizes the event and highlights photos
where the receiver is the main star in the photo.
Admit it, you like photos when it’s a good one of you.
So make sure you also choose the best ones
of your friend to send.
Steps to Making a Photo Collage
There are many ways of doing this- Photoshop, Word, Pixelmator, but it all depends on your skills level. I will show you some shortcuts that will make your photo cards look professional without taking a ton of time or costing a fortune.
I used the card feature in iPhoto ‘ll. Apple would like you to purchase the cards through them, but we can just as easily print these ourselves with a trick or two!.
These are the steps:
|One Photo Says It All
Here’s a different lay-out for the photo card I sent to family and friends overseas who wished they could be present and are eager to have a feel of what the party was like. Sometimes, one happy photo says it all. My husband and I were just delighted that we got one perfect shot wherein everyone-big and small-
was facing the camera.