5 cheap and creative ways to display your photos

As the helpful Mum and Oldham photographer for families who want to preserve memories before they fade,  I’m super passionate about photos!  It is vital that everyone out there get photos off their phones, laptops and PCs and displays them for the world to see.

Ordinarily, we all take lots of photos but when was the last time you actually did something with them?  Life passes us by quickly but we should all make it a priority to actually print photos and share the amazing memories.  Therefore, I have  some creative ways to showcase your photos which don’t cost a fortune and don’t take a particularly long time to achieve .  I promise, if you find the time to do this, you won’t regret it!

Don’t fancy updating your usual frame?  Why not turn your photos into a fun poster?

You choose the size that works for you and decide if you want just the one picture or a montage of memories.  If you are tight on time, order online and have it posted to you or visit a retailer on the High Street.  Combining the food shop with printing photos is often forgotten!

Buy a digital frame

These are a great investment!  Simply pop your SD card in and bingo!  It’s a great talking point, you can theme your pictures as you like (I love theming up for birthdays and Christmas) and you never get bored! This is also ideal if you are tight on space.  The average price is around £30 – take a look at Argos for some inspiration.

Create a postcard and send it to your loved ones

What a nice surprise to get through the post?  Use a website such as Touchnote (who also have an app for convenience).  Prices start at 99p – bargain!

Get creative with a bit of string or coloured ribbon and mini wooden pegs!

Find a suitable space in your house and off you go!  Like a digital frame, you can update the photos as often as you see fit.  Pinterest has lots of inspiration for you.

Go multi picture in one space

Use a number of different frames (have a browse around your local charity shop for some bargains like I did) or buy one large frame to accommodate a number of pictures.  If you fancy, add a slogan to the centre of the wall like I have in my kitchen…

Life is good

Got any other ideas?  Why not share them below in the comments for us all to see!

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