There are so many great reasons to send a photo—whether it’s a memory from a special event, a school photo, or an art print to share. We think you’ll find this photo card project to be quick, easy and fun to put together with just a few basic materials. Important tip: if you put decorative bling and other elements on the panel that faces the photo (glitter, stickers, shapes, etc.), you will need to insert a sheet of paper between the photo and the facing panel to avoid transfer of texture or materials onto the photo.
This card measures 5” x 7” folded and fits into our A7 White Confetti envelope (included). In this tutorial, we used a 3.5” x 5” photo, just to show how the Frame-It card can work even with an undersized image. This card is designed for 4” x 6” photos and art, and can also fit a 5” x 7” photo if the edges are trimmed—just bear in mind that the image will be cropped by the frame.
NOTE: We’re using the Standard Frame-It card in Planetary Purple with white EZ Layers (included); Belly Band in Eclipse Black; and Cardstock in Celestial Blue, Eclipse Black and White Confetti.
- 1 Standard Frame-It Card – Planetary Purple
- EZ Layers (included with card) – white
- 1 Belly Band – Eclipse Black
- Cardstock – Celestial Blue, Eclipse Black and White Confetti
- Adhesive of your choice
- Precision cutting tool
- Numbers and letters – sticker or stamp
- Rubber stamp and ink