Turn your summer memories into fall decor by creating leaves with your favorite photographs. Print the photos you want to use in black and white or sepia to give your photos a vintage feel. Shape wire into a few simple leaf veins, place the wire on the back of your photograph, and secure by gluing a blank piece of paper to the back. Make sure to cover all of the wire with paper.
Photography goes next level when you have better lenses for your camera. Pop these Olloclip attachable lens onto iPhone, iPad and some Android models and achieve fisheye, wide-angle and macro effects heretofore unknown.
Turn vivid images of favorite places into coasters or refrigerator magnets with a decoupage stone application. To make, print images on paper using a laser printer. Next, place them on top of small stone tiles, then secure them in place with decoupage glue added to the front and back. To protect the color from fading, use a spray sealer once the decoupage glue has dried.
Photo boxes are an extremely inexpensive option for versatile storage. Look for them on sale at craft stores, and then stock up. Here, they’re used in the bathroom for extra supplies, like razors, toothbrushes and travel-size toiletries.
A series of photos snapped on the streets of New York City became the inspiration for this elegant living room from HGTV fan NYCLQ. The golden-yellow flowers and lamps pull in the bright hues from the prints and help tie the entire room together.
Learn how to make this minimalist wall hanging for the stylish grad to display in their new dorm or apartment. Select photos of their closest friends, family and/or favorite pet for a personalized touch they will cherish forever.
A cluster of photos arranged on the floor of this staircase is a unique way to present family memories. The walls stay crisp and fresh, while the owner's personality shows through. Photos can be rearranged or replaced depending on the season, occasion — or just on a whim!