All Down the Line
This inventive photo display relies on a slender branch held up by cup hooks. Polaroid-style printed photos (several free photo-editing programs and apps can do this) backed with card stock were then suspended from the wood using craft store jewelry rings and twine. Fabulous!
Shake It Like a Polaroid Picture
To add some rustic industrial texture to your photo display, consider using simple square wood boards equipped with old-fashioned bulldog clips. These "frames," which hold eight-inch-square images, are ideal for hanging and switching up your favorite Instagram shots. Available on Etsy; $55.
A Happier Hallway
This blogger dreamed up an incredibly appealing photo gallery as a way to feature her favorite washi tape. After painting a hallway with chalkboard paint, she drew frames with white chalk and hung up photos using colorful washi tape (this crafty tape is perfect for photo displays, because it doesn’t damage walls or photo paper).
Shanna at Freckled Fawn
Upload a year’s worth of stand-out snaps, then enjoy them in the months to come with this custom calendar. The pine clipboard lends a note of casual cool, and a magnetic backing lets the wood adhere to a metal surface. No need to wait until next year, either. Order yours today and start using your calendar next month. Available at Artifact Uprising; $29.99.
Pick up an old window at a yard sale or recycling center, and repurpose it into a joyful DIY project. After enlarging a favorite family photo, this blogger affixed her print to a piece of cardboard, attached it to the window frame using a staple gun, and then proudly put the vintage-look finished product on display.
Let your photos play a starring role on your coffee table. Thanks to a simple but very cool wax paper transfer technique, ordinary digital prints are transformed into vintage-look images and affixed to wooden squares. Varnish protects the coasters from moisture and keeps your photo memories bright and beautiful. Click through for the full tutorial.
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