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I decided on a photo booth theme for our Christmas card this year. We set up a white board, tripod and set the self timer on the camera. We literally had a few minutes to take the shots before the battery ran out. Of course, I would have liked to have had a few extra shots to choose from. But my husband sure makes up for lack of shots with his goofiness! He was totally having a great time. I could make a Christmas card of just him and his photo antics. LOL
The photo booth idea is a good way to include family members in a Christmas card that aren’t able to get together for a family picture. I have one son serving a mission in Idaho. He just can’t pop home for a family photo ; ) (as much as I would love this).
If you have a Christmas card you would like to share, leave me a link in the comments and I’ll make sure to check it out. Check out my family Christmas card from last year.
I used this photo booth strip which is a free digital download. Thank you Sugarplum Paperie! The “wishing you a merry and bright 2012” is Echo Park Holly Jolly Christmas Elements (digital kit) purchased here.
I hope everyone enjoyed our “wonderful” 100 ideas of Christmas Wonderful series. A huge THANK YOU to the many bloggers who helped create and shared “wonderful ideas”. We actually featured more than 100 ideas ; )
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