Party time! Excellent!
‘Tis the season for some serious partying and these days no party is complete without a photo booth.
Setting up a photo booth is as simple as providing a backdrop and encouraging your pals to point their smartphones toward it.
We’re here to help you with that first part (you herd your own friends in front it).
We’ll teach you three easy-peasy ways to craft a party poppin’ backdrop.
Give your party photos that extra schwing and have your friends chanting “we’re not worthy! we’re not worthy!”
Have you ever wondered why piñatas are exclusively reserved for fiestas and strange colorful animals?
Well that’s not the case anymore, amigos! Allow us to introduce Photo Piñatas.
Turn your friends’ faces into awesome candy-filled piñatas for sweet personalized gifts.
You don’t need to wait for Cinco de Mayo, photo piñatas are fit for every occasion.
Need to say you’re sorry? Hard-to-buy-for-friend’s birthday? Father’s day? Proposing? Photo Piñatas for everyone!
What do the Pythagorean Theorum, protractors and high school students scratching their heads all have in common? Geometry!
Geometry isn’t always fun, but when you combine (or add) it with photos, the results are just fantastic.
Hang your photos in triangles for to create totally fun geometric wall décor that’ll really (math) class up your walls.
Even those of us who are less than stellar at geometry, need not fear. This project is easy as 3.14.
Wouldn’t it be great to drink tea and show off some happy snaps at the same time?
It turns out you totally can! Talk about a multitasking tea break.
Take your tea parties to the next level by switching your boring ol’ tea labels for a custom polaroid frame.
It’s super easy, and best of all, you can make these in about the same time as it takes for a cup of tea to steep.
So dah-ling, can we interest you in a spot of tea?
We’ve all been there.
You’ve braved the pumpkin’s innards and spent hours etching its Titian-hued flesh.
Then, the neighbor’s cat dashes by the window (or was that a ghost?) and suddenly you’ve lopped the smirk right off of Jack O. Lantern’s face.
It’s time to defy the exacting standards of our annual October undertaking and replace them with a more photo-realistic (because we’re using a real picture!) and totally classy (because we’re framing it!) pumpkin.
It’s a gourd revolution!
There is only one thing better than a cupcake with sprinkles… a cupcake with sprinkles AND a personalized cupcake topper. That’s a fact.
Yes friends, store bought toppers are like, so 2001.
We’ll show you how you can turn your photos into fun fringed cupcake toppers.
Dig out the scissors, print out some photos, frost and sprinkle your cupcakes, and let’s get fringing!
Simple is the name of the game with these photo magnets.
Using only a few ingredients you can turn small photos into awesome pieces of refrigerator art.
They are fun to make, easy on the brain and cute as all get out. Once you make the first one you’ll want to start an assembly line of relaxation. A very productive assembly line of relaxation.
Simple, short and sweet. Score!
Gotta keep those good vibrations flowing, man.
Transport yourself and your living space back to the 1960′s with a beaded curtain inspired Photo Curtain.
It’s simple! Grab your favorite jpeg, a few supplies and string together a far out curtain of photographs.
Put on your rose colored sunglasses and paisley poncho and hop on the diy Photo Curtain train.
If romantic comedies have taught us anything it’s that getting a beautiful bouquet of flowers is pretty darn special.
Flowers brighten up your day, but they tend to do that one pesky little thing — dying once they’re cut.
Making flowers out of photographs is a fun and cheeky way of telling that special someone you are smitten.
Plus, these flowers will go on living as mini photographic reminders of beautiful things that have happened in your life.
Learn how to make a super fun and simple bouquet of photo flowers to cheer up your living space, a loved one, or a stranger on the street. (Because we’d all like to feel like we’re in a romantic comedy once in a while.)
Are you ready to come along on a fantastic voyage? No time travel to throwback music videos required.
We were thinking a voyage to the hardware store to gather building supplies for the coolest tutorial yet — a DIY slide light.
It’s a minimalist light box that can display pictures, and it sure looks good doing it. Whether you shoot film, digital, or even Instagram (remember this tutorial?) - the slide party is open invite!
Think of this project as a way to create a mini gallery, with which to show off and rotate tiny versions of your photography.
To start you’ll only need one more power tool than your average tool-free craft project. Totally coolio, huh?
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