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Custom Holiday Photo Cards

Save money on holiday cards by making your own with a simple how-to from TV crafter Kirsten Earl.




  • Photo
  • Photo paper
  • Decorative card stock
  • Glue stick, double-sided tape, or photo corners
  • Decorative stickers
  • Pen or stamp setting kit
  • Envelopes


  1. Step 1

    Print a 4 inch-by-6 inch photo onto photo paper.

  2. Step 2

    Attach photo to center of an approximately 5 inch-by-7 inch piece of decorative card stock using a glue stick, double-sided tape, or photo corners.

  3. Step 3

    Embellish around photo with dimensional, decorative stickers as desired.

  4. Step 4

    Write or stamp message onto back of card and place in slightly larger envelope (A7; 5 1/4 inches by 7 1/4 inches) to mail.

The Martha Stewart Show, December 2011



Reviews (9)

  • Musttravel 11 Dec, 2011

    Looking for those fantastic snowflake photo corners. Where can they be found please? Great idea!

  • magicjulie1 10 Dec, 2011

    I went to the cannon website and any of the Pixma printers with the full HD movie software . Unfortunately it states in small print that only the cannon camera's are compatible as they make the "mov" file specifically required to make it run with the software.

  • gram1005 9 Dec, 2011

    There are many Canon Pixma printers...what is the specific model that allows you to capture a speciic frame of a video to print for a photo - as shown on the show?

  • Cricket00 9 Dec, 2011

    It is called the Cannon Pixma Printer

  • bjr743 8 Dec, 2011

    I was babysitting our grandson and missed the information on how to do this also what equipment was needed.

  • mary83blu 8 Dec, 2011

    I'm eager to start this project but didn't catch the name or model of the printer that was used on the show. What was it again?

  • 808sam 8 Dec, 2011

    What was the model or software that was used to capture a photo from a video

  • Dreamalee 8 Dec, 2011

    I would like to know what model the printer was that was used to freeze and print from a video frame.

  • joyyoungner 8 Dec, 2011

    I wanted to know more aabout the printer and program that can freeze and print a frame from a video. What is the model ?