6 DIY Photography Projects I Lovecraftyamy
I love photography! Technology has made it easy and affordable to be a shutterbug – so I’m always taking photos of what I’m doing, my pets, where I’m at . . . all sorts of things. I really love to combine my love of crafting with my love of photography – there’s nothing more fun than DIY photography projects, because they are personalized with your favorite pictures. I’ve pulled together some of my favorite inspiration to share with you!
What is really cool is that you can make all of these projects by taking pictures with the new Samsung Galaxy Camera! This awesome camera is made by AT&T and combines with photography with an Android user platform – making the menus so easy to access and use. In addition, the camera features a 21x optical zoom, wide angle lens, editing tools and voice commands. I love it.
Now take a peek at the slideshow for those DIY photography projects – and get shooting!
Mural Print 1 of 6Turn a bunch of smaller photos into a larger mural using a computer.
Learn more at Photojojo
Place Cards 2 of 6Identify a place setting with a unique photo display - even incorporating fun items such as mini pumpkins.
See how they were made at Photojojo
Transfer Pillow 3 of 6Transfer your favorite image onto a pillow using Mod Podge photo transfer medium.
Get the how-to at Look What Melissa Made
Photo Pendant 4 of 6Turn a favorite photo into a personalized necklace gift.
Get the instructions at Cathie Filian
Photo Mosaic 5 of 6After taking a photo, cut out circles and piece together the original image on a piece of wood for a unique display.
Find the step-by-step at Photojojo
Driftwood Display 6 of 6Use driftwood and thread to create a unique and modern photo display.
See how it was done at Morning Creativity
Would you like to win your own Samsung Galaxy Camera? Repin one of the photos from our “Holiday Memories + Moments” Pinterest board with the hashtag #samsungmemories for a chance to win, or upload your own photo onto your personal board with the hashtag #samsungmemories. And from there, we will pick the top twenty photos. Contest ends December 31st, 2012.
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