Published at Tuesday, 14 November 2017 by roger in Christmas Season, with total 57 pictures.
Set the kids up with their artwork and old cards and get them to cut their work down to a size that will fit neatly onto your card. If you are using a standard card size of 148mm x 105mm (A4 cut in half, then folded in half) a square of 90mmx90mm will fit nicely. Accuracy isnt important; it will add to the overall charm of the cards. Get a pile of these and keep the leftover pieces too - they can be used to create a collage.
Do a dry run. When your order arrives, take a few candles out of the box and put them in the Candle Clips or Pendulum Candle Holders. Hold the holders up as if they were on the tree. Does the candle fit snugly? If necessary, bend the tines at the base of the holder inward so they firmly grip the bottom of the candle. Youll get the hang of it. Your goal is to make sure the candle doesnt wobble or lean when it comes time to decorate the tree.
If the photos are for your relatives, you can also choose some of your family photos as gift, which will be valuable for the receivers. Photo frames If you have already chosen the photos, why not make homemade photo frames for them? It is easy to make a photo frame with used cardboard, colored papers and color pens. You can search some photo frame shapes on internet as reference. Cut the cardboard into that shape and glue the color paper on it, the creative drawings or innovative Christmas wishes on the paper will be the shining point for the photo.