Pet rocks were the best: your mom didn’t get mad at you if you forgot to feed them, they didn’t chew on your favorite sneakers, and they didn’t need to be house-trained.
What’s just as easy to handle and shows off your favorite snaps?
Why, stone photo holders of course!
Yup, stones aren’t just for throwing, skipping, or keeping as pets—they also help make some rad photo holders.
Your ol’ pebble pets are getting upgraded to photo rock star status with this easy DIY.
p.s. The first Hey, Hot Shot! competition of 2012 is open. Get your hot shots in by March 14th to win over $10K in prizes!
Published on February 16, 2012 — See more DIY
Scratch-off cards sure know how to take you on an emotional roller coaster. First you’re filled with gleeful anticipation and then, womp-womp. It’s a dud!
Lucky for us, our buddy Brit showed us a sure way to always get a winning scratch-off.
She taught us how to turn Polaroids (or any photo) into the best scratch-off card ever.
You can make your own easy scratch-offs using dish soap and acrylic paint. It’s really that easy.
Give one of these away to your crush or BFF for Valentine’s Day! They’ll totally be impressed by your crafty photo skills, and who knows…maybe you’ll really hit the ultimate jackpot: true love. Awww.
p.s. Today only, we’re giving away $2, $5, and $10 coupons! See how to enter at the Photojojo Shop.
What’s incredibly soft, keeps you warm, and spends its days around your neck?
A) Your cat, Harold. B) A plush dolphin travel neck pillow. C) Solid gold bling. D) Your new favorite DIY camera strap.
If you answered D, you win! Because that’s what this tutorial is all about: how to make a DIY scarf camera strap.
It’s the warmest, most colorful and winter-friendly strap your camera’s ever met.
Our pal Stacie Grissom just so happens to be a leading authority on scarf camera straps. That’s why we asked her to put together this how-to just for you.
p.s. Today on Facebook, we’re giving away 2 sets of Cell Lenses and a Lens Wallet! Hurry and enter!
Before printers spewed out photos on paper, photos were printed on glass!
Sure, that sounds like the kind of thing your Uncle Buck would make up, but we’re telling you, it’s totally true.
Just to prove it, here’s a tutorial on how to put your own photos on glass with etching!
It’s a different technique than 19th century photographers used and is as easy as old school iron-on transfers.
The results? They’ll put you on par with the most bad ass of our photo fore-fathers.
Ansel Adams once said, “You don’t take a photograph, you make it”. Well this year, we’re making the cameras.
They showed us just how they did it, so you can make one at home, too.
Make a TLR, rangefinder or a Hasselblad. You can have any camera on your wish list!
Reindeer and Santa Claus wrapping paper = snoozefest!
Switch things up this year with your very own DIY photographic wrapping paper.
It’s a gift in and of itself — especially if it’s got your beautiful mug on it.
Your friends and family will def want to save your crafty wrapping. Maybe they’ll even regift it!
Store-bought holiday cards will be shaking in their envelopes.
We’ve got a DIY recipe for turning your photos into holiday cards that double as ornaments.
That’s right. Your photos won’t just deliver your written warm wishes and witticisms, but they’ll decorate trees (and doorknobs and rear view mirrors), too!
Bust out your camera ’cause this is the year your photos pull double holiday duty!
Ever wonder what to do with all those plastic 35mm film canisters after the rolls of film have been developed?
We’ve always thought these plastic containers were bound to be re-used for something wondrous.
Hang your lights in a window, on a banister or on a wreath. It’s like a photo-love shout out to all the other photo kids on your block!
Bonus: They’d make a delightful gift for yourself or a lucky photographer friend!
Published on December 8, 2011 — See more DIY
What’s on every phoneographer’s wishlist? A phone with resolution to rival your DSLR’s!
What you may not have known is that you have all of the photo power you need with the phone in your hand.
Couple your phone with a scanner, pump up the res and BAM, giant print!
Phoneography is evolving far past Facebook default photos. It’s a legitimate art form.
Here’s a guide to turn your phone photos into prints big enough to blanket gallery walls.
p.s. It’s Cyber Monday! Create and share your Photojojo Wishlist *today* for $5 off and the chance to win every photo goody on your list!
Thanksgiving at your house. You know how it goes.
Poppa Bob has to have rolls with real butter, Uncle Dave made a vegan pecan pie, Cousin Michelle brought vegetarian green bean casserole.
You’ve got enough on your plate! Try photo food tags this year, a clever photo project for easily identifying dishes.
Pre-empt any unseemly food confusion with your camera, a few slices of cheese and a set of alphabet cookie cutters!
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