Looking for a neat way to store those instant photos but just couldn’t say goodbye to them as they go inside a forgotten space in your cabinet? Say no more. This instant wallpaper will surely let you display all those lovely memories without the hassle of having to paste them on your wall one by one. See how it’s done after the cut.
Having wanted to put up a wall filled with photos for the longest time, Elsie Larson, co-author of the blog A Beautiful Mess decided to do it with Instax photos from her personal albums. The problem was she didn’t have enough pictures to completely fill out the whole wall and even if she did, it would probably take her a long time to fill it with actual pictures, not to mention cost a lot of money to do it. Luckily, she had an idea on how to work her way around those problems.
She came up with the idea of making wallpaper out of the instant photos she had. To read more about the complete process of this DIY Instax Wallpaper tutorial as well as the author’s commentary, you can head on over to their blog A Beautiful Mess.
All information and photos used in this article were sourced from A Beautiful Mess.
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