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Christmas Card Contact Photos


Have you tossed your Christmas cards in the recycle bin yet?  No?  Good! Neither had I, and I am so glad I didn’t. I am late to come to the smartphone market, but now that I have one, I love it.  There are so many cool things I can do!  I used to scold Tracy for being on her phone all the time, but now I can’t, because it would make me a hypocrite.  I think this pin from tinyprints is clever. Ashley from Under the Sycamore submitted this idea  to create contact photos from Christmas cards on their blog.  Use your phone to take a picture of the photo on their card, then use that as your contact photo for that person.  Smart, right?

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I am not sure how other phones work, but here is how to do it on an iPhone.

First, go to contacts, select the contact you want and tap edit.

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Then, tap add photo.

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Next, tap Take Photo.

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When you have the shot the way you want it, tap the green button to take the photo.

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Finally, tap Use Photo or Retake it if it didn’t come out the way you like.

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Tap done when you are finished and voila!  You now have a photo in your contact.  Pretty easy right?

Happy picture taking,

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Comments

  1. Umm, don’t take a picture of my card for your contacts. You will be very confused.

  2. Are you kidding me?! This is seriously genius – such a simple, super smart idea!! Thanks for sharing! I got an iPhone for Christmas and I’m quite obsessed with it, too. Once I was introduced to Instagram, I was m.i.a. for a few hours :) I’m glad I haven’t thrown out my Christmas cards yet!! I’m doing this asap. Seriously, thanks for the fantastic tip :)

  3. So that’s pretty ingenious! Sadly, my cards are already in the recycling. But this is great! Thanks for sharing at Pinworthy Projects.

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