We're all about scrolling through our IG feeds and adding everyday snaps to our stories, but there's something about showing off our instant film skills
that gives us all the nostalgic
feels. So before you start tucking away your Instax, Polaroid, or other mini photos in a shoebox with your childhood #TBT material, click through the slideshow for some simple ways to showcase your A+ shots — no IG handle required.
Polaroid Coasters DIY:
These personalized coasters will be the ultimate conversation starters. (via Darkroom and Dearly)
Large Scale Instant Film Display DIY:
Large frames can get expensive pretty quickly. With just a few items, you can get this statement piece up and running in no time (and save some cash). (via A Beautiful Mess)
Instax Mini Album DIY:
Imagine your childhood photo album, only way more colorful. This bright beauty will bring a pop to the coffee table. (via Oak + Oats)
Flip Photo Album DIY:
Forget about storing your photo albums on the bookshelf. This wooden album is a work of art that fits in any room of the home. (via Sugar & Cloth)
Photo Block DIY:
Frames seem like a pretty obvious choice for showing off your snaps, but these raised blocks bring just the right amount of 3D texture. (via A Joyful Riot)
Wood Easel DIY:
Color-blocking FTW. These small, easy-to-make easels can be personalized with your favorite color combo. (via Damask Love)
Photo Album DIY:
This patterned photo album is just what your bookshelf needs. And bonus: It also makes a seriously thoughtful gift. (via Lovely Indeed)
Wooden Polaroid Display DIY:
Need to bring a little life to your desk? Customize these photo cubes with a hue that matches your existing decor. (via Sugar & Cloth)
DIY Instax Wallpaper:
Can't decide on a handful of photos to display? This wallpaper design makes a statement and *won't* ruin your growing film collection. (via A Beautiful Mess)
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