blogmas #2- ideas for your Christmas photos
Todays blogmas post I will be showing you some of my favourite ways to displaying your Christmas photos- but could be used for any photos throughout the year!
1. Mini photos displayed on a mini ease
The first one is my favourite- when I saw these little Easels I had to get them! I think they are just adorable! They are ideal for holding your photos! I printed Olivia and Scarlet's (my daughter and Niece) Christmas photos in 8 x 8 cm size from photo box and they were the perfect size for the little easel. The thing I love about using the easels to display the photos is that you can easily swap the set of photos for up-to-date ones through the year and it holds all the photos so it is easy to swap the photo you are currently displaying!
They make adorable little gifts. I made gifts out of them by prints 10 photos and tying them up with festive ribbon, I then popped them inside a little white paper paper and tying a bit of the ribbon round the handle.
Bags- hobby craft
Ribbon- hobby craft
Photos- photo box
2. Wall display
Again, I really love this idea because of how easy it is to change the photos out for up to date ones. This idea is also limitless! It could be as big or as small as you wanted to make it! Add as many of as few photos are you wanted to include- or add to it over the year. You could also include things like quotes, cards and hand written notes (Olivia writes me the sweetest notes!)
The great thing is you don't need to make holes in the wall!
I thought this could look so sweet in baby's nursery but really it could look great in any room!
Flowers- The range
Washi tape- Poundland- they had lots to choose from!
3. Using photos as gift tags
Personalise each present with a photo of the recipient instead of gift tags with names. I love that the person gets to keep their little photo as well!
This is one I could use for my Nan and grandad's gift- a photo from last Christmas
Here is one I could use for Arlo's present box- yep my dog has presents!
I think the presents would look lovely all together with all the photos and memories under the tree!
4. Mini photo's in a collage
Instead of printing one big picture why not print lots of smaller prints and add them to a big frame? This would look amazing in black and white. It's ideal for when you can't decide which photo to print and display or if your limited on small and can't have lots of frames!
So there we have it 4 different ways to display your photos! The general rule is that you should print big, but, I think there is a lot of scope of printing small too!
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