Creating a slideshow file featuring photos from the season or monthly collage of family activities and saving them as a file to attach to emails is a great way to create personal ecards.
If you've never tried collage before, Collage Lost and Found: Creating Unique Projects with Vintage Ephemera is a great book to introduce you to the basics of this fun and exciting craft.
Hanging Collage - For a more permanent wall decoration you can purchase a hanging collage to be put together by grandparents and grandchildren, such as the one pictured at the right.
Instead, the top portion of the tankini is outfitted in a sunny, striped collage of light blue, orange and grey, while the bottom portion of the tankini (the part that sits just under the breastbone) is encased in a deep mid-tone pink.
A collage using letters cut from magazines and images to replace certain words in the poem would make for an interesting piece of wall art or a unique handmade gift for a loved one.
Make custom collage backgrounds for your scrapbook pages by combining patterned paper scraps with travel brochures, maps, event programs, ticket stubs, and other memorabilia.
Crafty Add-Ons: Depending on the space available and the degree of clean-up you want to do, you can let your child use glue-sticks and various other materials to make the coloring page more of a collage.
You could also include a favorite quote or lyrics from your favorite song as part of the collage; try writing the words so they wrap around the edge of the collage or around one of the photos.
Collage Lost and Found: Creating Unique Projects with Vintage Ephemera provides a variety of sample greeting cards, as well as tips for creating a pleasing composition in your own projects.
Even if you don't consider yourself a "crafty" person, Collage Lost and Found: Creating Unique Projects with Vintage Ephemera will help you get in touch with your creative side.