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    Picture Gift Tags

     
     
     


    Skill Level:    Moderate


    Give your gifts that extra-special touch
    with gift tags made from your very own pictures. It's easy with the KODAK Picture Kiosk!

     
    What You'll Need
    • Some favorite pictures (of you or other gift-givers)
    • Colored cardstock in two colors
    • Scissors
    • Glue
    • Hole-punch
    • Ribbon
     
     
     
     
    How to Make it

       Make a 5" x 7" print 
    Take your picture to the nearest KODAK Picture Kiosk and touch the screen to start.Select the option Make Prints Using Different Pictures, and follow the on-screen directions.
        
      Add text to your picture 
    While still in Edit, choose Add Text and type in your very own message or greeting for each picture.*
       
      Make your tags 
    Once you've made your Picture Kiosk prints, it's time to make your gift tags.First, cut a 5" square from one color of cardstock and a 5" x 6" x 2" rectangle from a different color of cardstock.Place the square on top of the rectangle and rotate it to create a diamond shape. Glue in place.Place your picture in the center of the diamond shape and glue it in place.When the glue has dried, punch a hole at the top of the completed tag. Loop a ribbon through the hole, and tie the tag to your gift.

    * Note: if you wish, you could also use a single picture, scan it four times, and add four different greetings