When you lose that mojo, what do you do?
How do you find it?
Where do you look?
We want to know….
What Inspires You?
Last year, I wrote about my little sister, Kelene. She works/dances for Donny & Marie at their ongoing show in Las Vegas.
Kelene is going on her 4th year with this show, and to be honest, we would like her to be done now!
Last Christmas D&M held her in New York, this Christmas, it is Chicago.
My little boys need their favorite Aunt! Each year I tell Donny this, and he just laughs… the show must go on!
Sending holiday cards has been a tradition this time of year since the 1800s, but they’ve never been so fun and easy to create! Your online photo account allows you to create your own custom holiday greeting cards. You can use multiple images, or just one, and can arrange the size and layout of the photos however you’d like. You can also add your own custom text and other graphics to the card, then order it, right from your computer! Read on for the simple instructions.
2. Browse the cards. You can sort by size, style, and/or category. Click the one you like best to view a larger preview and click “Create Card.”
3. Choose which photo(s) to include in the card, then click on the text box to write your own holiday greeting.
4. Click “Customize” to edit the photos, text, background, border, and other graphics, if you want. Note that some cards might not have the “Customize” button, but most do.
5. Click “Preview” to preview a larger version of your card. Make sure everything is spelled correctly and looks how you want it.
Then, press “Add to Cart” and complete the checkout process. That’s it!
Lastly, save your work periodically using the “Save” button. That allows you to start a card, save it, then come back and finish it later.
Before you create your card, get a feel for what’s available. Browse what sizes are available. 4×8 is the most common size for flat cards. Other sizes might include 4×6, 5×7, 5×5 and 6×8. Also, you can browse by category, including Holiday, Christmas, Hanukkah, New Year, Religious, Invitations, and other holiday-themed categories.
All of these choices makes it easier to create the exact card you want, and gives you more control over your 2011 holiday cards!
Time flies when you are
having fun working 12 hour days!
It is December 7th, 2011- yet, I feel like we were just playing at the pool?
Not sure how 2011 is nearing it’s close.
It’s not too late for a Free December Desktop Calendar is it?
We are only one week in-
The design team over at LeeLou Blogs whipped up this snazzy December desktop calendar using our Persnickety Prints FB exclusive fan freebie kit, “Vintage Christmas”. Great work girls!
This post is a double whammy— you not only have access to
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Holiday Templates 2011 Workshop
“My favorite tradition is we decorate the house with our three girls. One does the outside and the other two help out with decoration the tree.”