One of the best feelings in the world is looking through old photos and reminiscing about the particular thing you were doing at that point of time. It may be silly but at least you know you were having fun. Old photos never fail to warm my heart and make me smile.
You can preserve these memories through these few ways, they are super fun and adorable to look at!
1) CD Photo Display
I don’t know about you, what I know is that I have a whole stack of old DVDs stored somewhere in my house, collecting dust. From Tom and Jerry to Spongebob Squarepants, you name it I got it. With DVDs becoming more uncommon these days due to the vast improvement in technology, I don’t have a reason to keep those DVDs any longer. However, me being me, I really can’t bear to part with them as they are once part of my childhood. As I was browsing the different ways you can store photos, I found a way to kill 2 birds with 1 stone! What you need are the old DVDs and some of your pictures. You can swap the display of the DVD covers with your preferred childhood photos! They make such lovely wall displays and you will always get reminded about the good old times.
Here are some other ideas:
2) Photo Blanket/Pillow; Home everything
I would literally die if someone gives me this *screams in high pitch* I think this is only the 101th time I mentioned that I am a sucker for personalised things. It just makes you feel extra special because it is probably the only one in the entire world. You can take a look at all their products here: https://www.collage.com/
How about displaying your photos on furniture? Super cute! You can achieve this by simply pasting your desired photos and covering it with Mod Podge glue for extra protection.
Wear your favourite memories when you DIY your own pendant! Learn how to DIY here: DIY Pendant. They make really unique gifts too!
Your photos will look great as a bookmark too! This is great for bookworms, they will absolutely love it. You can also use these bookmarks for wedding invitations as seen above, really creative and innovative!
You can get photostrips here on our website: Photostrips All you need to do after that is punch some holes and you are ready to go!
I hope these ideas gave you some inspiration on what you can do with your photos. Do share with us if you have other ideas. ‘Til the next blogpost!