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5 DIY Ways to Display Your Instagrams After a Trip


I recently went on a wonderful trip where I thought I’d be clicking away on my camera and actually found myself capturing the most precious moments on Instagram. How can the mini Facebook-like photo feed be so addicting? Now that I’m back I have been trying to find any creative way possible to get the pictures off the phone and out in the open. While I searched high and low for cute ideas I grew more and more attached to these fun DIY projects ladies have used to display their own Instagrams. If you’ve got a collection of adorable post-trip photos you are just dying to hold check out these 5 DIY Ways to Display Your Instagrams After a Trip…


  • Coffee Table Scrapbook 1 of 5
    Coffee Table Scrapbook
    Display the Instagrams of your trip in a scrapbook for all your friends to see.
    Get the tutorial at A Beautiful Mess.
  • On Canvas 2 of 5
    On Canvas
    Hang mini Instagram canvases around the house to remind you of your trip.
    Get the tutorial at Whimsey Box.
  • Journal or Book Cover 3 of 5
    Journal or Book Cover
    Print out your Instagrams and use them to cover a journal, guest book or photo album.
    Get the tutorial at A Beautiful Mess.
  • Coasters 4 of 5
    Coasters
    Tell your friends all about your trip by handing them each a different Instagram coaster.
    Get the tutorial at Foam Magazine.
  • Photo Strips 5 of 5
    Photo Strips
    Hang photo strips about the house or on the refrigerator as a way to always remember your wonderful trip.
    Get the tutorial at Blogher.

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