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Old (and New) Pictures

October 1, 2013

Happy October! While reminiscing about this summer that is deceiving us for longer than usual, I realized that my Instagram was taken over by Ohio, New York, food and skies. All favorite things of mine, to be sure, but a few of them truly captured my eye. The type of picture that you look at, with no filter, and say, “that needs to be somewhere on my wall…”

Or, someplace other than just sitting in my Instagram, which I never go through unless I am making space for the new IOS 7 update. What to do with your Instagram pictures

And why not, why should these pictures that are your content, your pride and joy, not be represented in your apartment, on your wall, on your table? On your hand (?)?

Here are three awesome ways to do just that.

Printstagram gives you the ability to print your pictures on any platform you want. From these adorable minibooks to greeting cards.

Pinhole Press is one of my favorite shops to browse for simple, elegant gifts. Anything from wedding invitations to memory games for little ones, they give you the perfect place to personalize your prints without being tacky.

Image of Big Book of Names and Faces

Projecteo is the coolest little toy you could give to a grown up. As a lover of all things old, this revised projector fits in the palm of your hand and contains a slide show of your 8 favorite pictures from a special time or event. It’s too cute (especially when projected onto your other hand)!

What do you do with old pictures? 

2 Comments leave one →
  1. October 1, 2013 1:58 pm


  2. October 1, 2013 3:18 pm

    so cool!

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