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front and back with letter folded down, where i can write personal message to recipient
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close-up showing how i morphed photos into one square on photoshop and also of letter attached to back of card
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"Last year I did one of the tiny prints tri-fold cards, which turned out great and I loved it. But... those cost more to mail b/c of the additional weight. Can't remember if it was my letter insert that put it over or if it was over just the card alone. This year I chose a flat card to keep the cost down on both card and postage. Then, I left the black plain stripes and I printed my Christmas letter in a text box the same width as the card and then double the height of the card. Then I adhered it to the back of the card on the lower half of the letter and folded the top half down. I made it small enough to show a small margin of the colorful stripes around the edge. And then on that folded down part I was able to write a personal message to the recipient and then they could flip it up to read the letter. And it all sent with just one regular stamp! Also, to fit more pics on the card I used photoshop and morphed pics together and then uploaded them and inserted into one square on front of card. So for exm, one square was just one photo. Then next to it in another square I had one photo across the top (think proportions like 4" wide x 2" tall) and then i did two photos below it as squares, think 2x2's. Another square I did two vertical photos (4" tall x 2" wide). And another square yet I did 4 photos all 2x2. You do have to prep this in photoshop and it took a little handiwork to line things up but if you're familiar with photoshop it's a great way to get more pics onto one card. I'll upload a pic or two, please note they are not the greatest quality but this will give you an idea of what i'm talking about above... =)"
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