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DIY Cement Letter Photo Holders
These handmade cement letter photo holders would be the perfect way to display your favorite Instagram shots from your latest weekend getaway. To make your own pick what you want to spell, such as #yay and use quick dry cement in a silicone letter try with some gold wire and paint to make your own photo holders.
View the tutorial at I Spy DIY.Continue to 2 of 12 below.
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DIY Gold Leaf Corners Frame
If you are looking for an easy way to make those bland photo frames you have lying around your house you can add some chic metallic detailing by applying gold leaf to the corners of the frame to beautifully frame your favorite photograph in your home.
View the tutorial at The Sweetest Occasion.Continue to 3 of 12 below.
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DIY Wooden Ball Photo Holder
Pick up some 2" wood balls from the craft store and cut a small slit to hold a photo upright on your desk for a cute modern photo holder that you can decorate with paint in your favorite colors.
View the tutorial at Damask Love.Continue to 4 of 12 below.
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DIY Oversized Tiled Photo Artwork
Getting a large scale photo prints can be expensive, but there is an affordable alternative, take one photo and print it at home using serval sheets of photo paper printing one part of the photo on each piece of paper. When the printed pages are hung together in a grid format you end up with an englarged version of photo that looks spectular on your walls.
View the tutorial at A Beautiful Mess.Continue to 5 of 12 below.
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DIY Instagram Photo Frame
Display hundreds of your treasured Instagram photos by building a huge photo frame using cheap building materials to create a the perfect way to showcase all your cherished memories in one spot.
View the tutorial at Stephanie White.Continue to 6 of 12 below.
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DIY Mini Polaroid Photo Frames
Display your favorite picture of you and your best friend in a wooden polaroid frame with a wood block base.
View the tutorial at Sugar And Cloth.Continue to 7 of 12 below.
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DIY Photo Wall Hanging
Make the most of your wall space by crafting your own photo wall hanging using several of your recent phone pictures.
View the tutorial at Homey Oh My.Continue to 8 of 12 below.
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DIY Wood Burned Photo Frame
Experiment with a wood burning tool on natural wood frames you can purchase at craft stores to create your own unique designs by burning the design onto the frame.
View the tutorial at A Beautiful Mess.Continue to 9 of 12 below.
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DIY Mini Photo Magnets
For your friend's birthday suprise them with a thoughtful gift of a set of mini photo magnets for so they can hang the various photos from your time spent hanging out together on their fridge.
View the tutorial at A Beautiful Mess.Continue to 10 of 12 below.
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DIY Photo Coasters
Add some beautiful handmade photo coasters to your coffee table made by decoratingcork coasters with your photographs. This easy DIY is a great way to spark conversation with new friends you have over by discussing your photos and the unique coasters are also a great way to identify everyone's drink. Before you use your coasters make sure to protect the photographs with vinyl type or laminating plastic to keep water off the photos.
View the tutorial at Aka Design.Continue to 11 of 12 below.
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DIY Geometric Photo Display
Create your own modern gallery wall in a hallway in your home by adding nails at various locations on your wall and stringing jewelry cord from one nail to the next until you create a unique geometric frame. From the strung jewelry cord you can use binder clips to hang all your printed 3 x 3" photographs. By using binder clips to hang all your photographs, it will allow you to easily rotate your photographs so you can have your most recent pictures on display.
View the tutorial at The Caldwell... Project.Continue to 12 of 12 below.
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DIY Poster Wall Hanging
Here is a more sophisticated way to hang your large format posters on your walls than you might of in high school, build your own hanging frame using a piece of rope attached to small planks of wood to add some large scale art to your room.
View the tutorial at Lay Baby Lay.