5 Creative Ways to Display Your Snapfish Prints

There are certain memories that deserve a space in your home or office: your daughter’s first recital, your son’s first steps, and that magical honeymoon adventure. These special moments shouldn’t just live on your phone or computer. Let’s think outside the frame!

5 Creative Ways to Display Your Snapfish Prints

Transform these once-in-a-lifetime moments into real works of art with the Snapfish. Need a little inspiration? Here are five of our favourite ways to display Snapfish prints.

1. Just clip it.

5 Creative Ways to Display Your Snapfish Prints

Binder clips, paper clips, clothespins—just about any type of clip can transform a bare space into something artistic and make your photos pop. Simple accessories can make a big difference.

2. Make a cubicle collage.

5 Creative Ways to Display Your Snapfish Prints

Bring some happiness into your office environment by creating a one-of-a-kind collage of cherished moments. Keep loved ones close while you’re at work with pictures that will increase productivity by 200%. Photo by @tishatish.

3. Document your wanderlust.

5 Creative Ways to Display Your Snapfish Prints

Document your travels by printing photos and cutting them into the sizes of the states you have visited. It’s a great way to reminisce about where you’ve been and choose where you travel next.

4. Personalise gift wrap.

5 Creative Ways to Display Your Snapfish Prints

Add a special touch to gifts by placing personal photos on top. This simple add-on will make your gift stand out from the crowd. Plus, it’s two gifts in one! The recipient now has a great photo to frame or add to a growing photo collection.

5. DIY a banner.

5 Creative Ways to Display Your Snapfish Prints

Great for a baby’s nursery or adorning a spare corner in your home, a banner is the perfect way to display prints in a casual, artistic way. Tip: Make a banner from your recent vacation photos, or print a monochromatic photo set with a similar colour scheme. Check out this blog post for the DIY instructions.

Originally posted on Snapfish US

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