Display your photos without breaking the bank

Ok, so you’ve had your photoshoot and you have these amazing photos of you and your family. Most people will look at them when they first receive them. They’ll ohhh and ahhh over them for a little. They might even take that next step by sharing some of them to their family and friends. But now what? What should you do with them? The best way to treasure your photos is to display them. I’m a true believer that printing and displaying your photos shouldn’t break the bank.

For those of you who know me personally, you’ll know that I’m a bit of a neat freak. Don’t get me wrong I don’t mind a bit of mess but it needs to be organised mess. So here are some of my tips:

Minimalist magnets

Display your photos on your fridge and use these cool, magnets. They’re minimalist and you can arrange them anyway you like. See what I mean by organised mess?? 🙂 You can find these beauties on ebay for under $7 for a pack of 25!

Best of all, you can rotate the photos around. I hate spending a tone of money on frames and then a year later when I want to change them they cost me another tone of money. This way, you can chop and change them as many times you like and renew them.

Display box

So if you’re replenishing your photos, what do you do with the old ones? They’re still cute as ever. I like to put them in a nice box. You can place them on a coffee table or display shelf. This one I got from Officeworks for $9.95. But you can use any box. Etsy has some nice ones too! Glue some lovely lace for an elegant look or if you like the rustic look, grab some of your favourite flowers, dry them out and stick them on top.


Wooden photo displays

These wooden photo displays are great. They are minimalistic and you can find them on ebay for $1 each. Bargain! Like the magnets, you can easily replenish and rotate your photos around.

Want to know where to print your photos? Like my Facebook and Instagram pages, I’ll disclose this handy tip next!

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