I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving yesterday and that you're not in too much of a "food coma".
Last week, I promised you that I was going to turn my Aloha Santa layout (from MyMemories) into a Christmas card. Here's my Aloha Santa card.
Here's a side view of my card.
Whenever I turn a 12" x 12" layout into a card, I always take a side view to show that is really IS a card. LOL So, how did I go from this:
That's another beauty of digital ~ you can make it almost any size you want to. First, you have to print out your image. I used Picasa, but you can use whatever program you want to use. I've included a little tutorial below.
When you click on "print", your image will need to be resized to make it square. Here's what it will look like:
All you have to do to make it square is click on "shrink to fit". Here's what the first image will look like ~ it will be shown on a "full sheet".
You want your card to measure about 6" x 6", so click on 5x7 print size:
See how much smaller the print is? I usually print two "cards" out on a sheet of cardstock, so I clicked on "copies per photo":
You're all set to print your "cards" out now. I use white cardstock when I'm printing out a card.
All you have to do now is cut your images out and attach to your card base.
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~ Cheryl ~