Ever wonder what Fido gets up to while you’re away?
Teach your pup to selfie, and all you’ll have to do is follow Mr. Muffins on Instagram to keep tabs.
Yes, your dog can take selfies!
Convincing your furball to update their Instagram on the regs, is up to you.
p.s. Help! Anna Jane’s School for the Dogs’ building burned down. So she is raising funds to give the doggies of New York a new place to go for training (and fun). Throw her a (metaphorical) bone, wouldya? Visit her fundraising site.
Published on April 10, 2014 — See more Tutorials
We know your camera is your favorite toy so why put in in a lame generic bag?
Show your camera (or phone) a little love and make it a totally rad wrap bag to keep it protected and looking great while off duty.
Get that glassy look off your face! We promise this requires only the teensiest bit of sewing.
PLUS as pay-off you get to customize it with any fabric/strap combo you choose.
Cats? Sequins? DO IT!
Sure paper bags are alright for carrying lunches.. but what they’re GREAT for is making scrap books!
Show off your photo prints on the pages of a Paper Bag Scrap Book while keeping any loose bits and bobs together inside the page pockets. Yup, the pages totally have pockets!
Best of all these are dirt cheap to make and strung together in just a couple of minutes.
Go on, unleash your inner bag lady and take filling the pages to a whole new level!
There is something to be said about an object that fits in the palm of your hand.
Small things have that cool ability to be precious while at the same time not taking themselves too seriously.
They are quiet and understated and beg us to take a second look.
We’ve got a handy little tutorial for you that will show you how to easily make a tiny portfolio to showcase your large talent.
Good things come in small packages. Oh, heck yeah they do!
Roses are red.
This year, you could go and buy a generic Valentine’s Day card or you can use your own photos and a bit of cutting know-how to make an even better one.
Valentine Photo Cards are a sweet way to personalize your message and show your sweetheart that you have gone the extra mile.
Go get your craft knife and repeat after us: Hallmark Schmallmark.
Kids, home ec has never been this cool.
Use your sewing skills to give your photos some pizazz with colorful embroidery thread and you can bet that your granny will be proud of every stitch.
Embroidery gives your photos an extra kick of creativity. Plus, they make great DIY gifts and are the epitome of nana chic.
Sew, are we doing this or what?
Skimming through your Instagram feed, you expect the usual crop of selfies, cats, lunches and babies. You don’t expect are exploding refrigerators.
… Unless you follow our pal, Okay Samurai.
He uses Adobe After Effects to add special effects to his Instagram videos.
Okay Samurai (aka Dave) put together a guide so that you too can use After Effects to make a fridge explode.
It requires a few more steps than editing on the phone, but it turns out it’s simpler than you’d think!
With Dave’s step by step guidance and a free 30-day trial of AE up for grabs, now is the perfect time to pick up a new skill and spice up your Instagram feed.
If celebrity gossip, comic books or certain shades of monochrome are higher on your reading list than classic literature, no need to feel bad. Just grab your camera and library card and listen up!
In a few quick steps we will show you how to use your photography skillz to hide your favorite (if slightly embarrassing) reads in plain sight.
These photo magazine/book holders will make your shelf look perfectly respectable while your secrets are still just a quick reach away.
Go put on your dark coat and sunglasses – we are going undercover!
Using Stop Motion
So we asked him … AND HE TOLD US!
It turns out he doesn’t use any fancy apps or software or even voodoo. He just uses Vine, his phone and know-how.
He was kind enough to share his know-how with us and you too!
Matt gave us step by step instructions on how to make an apple disappear into a tabletop (and how to pull it back out again). No magic required.
Hey plant murderers, listen up.
You have officially killed your last plant because we are about to show you how to make a photo cactus garden that requires absolutely no attention.
Go put away that watering can and please stop singing to your sad looking ferns. Making a flat pack cactus garden is as simple as snapping a few photos and snipping some card board.
If you are space challenged or just have a black thumb, flat pack cacti pricks – we mean ticks – all the boxes.
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