Photo Christmas Ornaments are a fun DIY craft using your home printer. Print your photos and turn them into ornaments perfect for gifts!
It's been a busy week!
I'll start by saying that I had to get dressed 3 days in a row to go out for appointments this week. That's a lot for someone that works from home and rarely goes anywhere these days.
Monday was my first haircut since last February. I got it chopped…in a shoulder bob.
Wednesday, I had a follow up with my dermatologist on my MOHS surgery. It's healing well.
Thursday I had an eye appointment that has me moving from 2.0+ readers to 2.5+. Geez! Since I really can't read anything, eat, or work without readers, I'm opting to go the prescription route for progressives. Think I'm going to order Warby Parker. (affiliate link) Anyone have experience with a particular frame that they like. My husband has ordered 2 pairs through them and he loves them. The price is unbeatable!
Photo Christmas Ornaments + More
Tomorrow is the big day to start decorating for Christmas. I normally would have had it up by now and getting ready to photograph for blog posts. I now hope to have it done by the weekend.
I love unpacking these Photo Christmas Ornaments that I made several years ago. They have held up beautifully packed away in the attic.
They are such a fun craft to do in an afternoon. If you have a home printer, you can make these ornaments.
Ideas for Photo Ornaments
- baby's first Christmas
- first married Christmas
- photo of your home
- vacation photos
- school photos
- family photo
- school logo
They also make a memorable gift.
This week with Home & Decor Encore, the team is bringing your ideas from our archives to prep for your holidays!
The holidays this year will be so different. It looks like we will be home a lot, so let's make the most of it! Go on and decorate, craft, bake, and shoot family photos for a Christmas card! It's never too early to add cheer to your home.
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