Beth’s family recently had family pictures taken. She was thinking of creative ideas on how her husband could display these photos on his desk at work. Taking inspiration from a card swap earlier in the week, Beth came up with this Table Top Accordion Photo Card Idea. It folds down flat to be easily sent to loved ones, but once opened, it can stand on its own to display the photos on the card. This would make a great Christmas card for parents, grandparents, or distant family members to see photos of your beautiful family.
Watch our weekly video to see how to put the Table Top Accordion Photo Card together. Click HERE or watch the video below.
Here are the cut’s and score measurements for this card:
Start with one 8½” x 11″ piece of cardstock & Cut in half at 5½”. (you will have 2 pieces)
Trim the first piece to 8¼” .
Score that same piece @ ½” & 4″.
Trim 5/8″ from edge (near ½” score line) to 4″ score line. Cut off with snips.
Cut second piece of cardstock to 6¼” x 4 7/8″.
Score @ 2¾”
Trim 5/8″ from edge to the 2¾” score line. Cut off with snips.
Take both pieces and place tear-and-tape on the ½” area & tape together.
Here are some ideas we came up with using this technique.
We hope this helps you create something fun for your loved ones. If you have questions or comments, please email us or comment below. To order the products we used, click HERE. Happy Stamping!