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Friday
Dec072012

Five Creative ways to display photos

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Those of you who have children know, when you have a baby (or babies) in the house you take a LOT of pictures. A lot of them. 

If you're anything like me those photos sit on your computer/phone/tablet for ever. So I am making 1 early news years resolution, I will print, display and enjoy more photos. 

But how? I will run out of frames, and room. 

Well earlier this week Andre over at Simple Organized Living made this SUPER CUTE photo collage "stick."

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She took a yard stick, washi tape and some clothes pins. This must be tried at my house!!!

SO here are four more creative ways to display photos.

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1. Photo Blocks- Two Busy Blondes put together these super cute photo blocks using peices of wood and Mod Podge CS11302 Original 16-Ounce Glue, Matte Finish . I do love Modge Podge!

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2. Mason jar photo display. Junkgardengirl takes Pinterests favorite thing, Mason Jars, and uses them to display photos. Great idea. It would look more cute if the jars were upside down. 

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3. Photo Frame Memory Wreath. I think this is my favorite. Infarrantly Creative used a grapevine wreath and attached several small picture frames. This is a cheap and beautiful display and would make a great gift for your mama. 

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4. Photo Window.  This is great and you can get a window at your local Habitat for Humanity ReSale Store and you will support a really great cause. I am Mama Hear Me Roar made this using a distressed old window. It's so cute. 

 

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