At the park, mall, play dates and just about every where you go you see Moms and Dad snapping photos of their little ones. Think about how many photos you have taken of your kids, now how many of them did you actually show to people? Sure maybe not all of them are worthy of being hung as a portrait on your bedroom wall, but you are capturing the moments, and more importantly the memories of your day to day life. Now tell me that is not worth showing off to your friends and family.
Instagram of the ways I love to share my pictures, and some of my shots have turned out really well. Blacks makes it easy to print adorable 4×4 prints (as well as many other sizes) right from your phone with the Blacks Photo App. Download it to your phone and you can order prints, photobooks, cards and more right from your mobile device. It is so easy and fast that you can do it anywhere, even while waiting for your kids at swimming lessons.
Not everyone is as techno savvy to be on facebook and instagram, so to make sure that Great-Grandma still gets to see our latest photos I like creating little “brag books” every couple of months. I get notifications on the Blacks Photo App when they are having sales, so I was able to create this 20 image book for $5! I am going to drop in the mail for my Great-Grandma and I know it will brighten her day. These books would also make great Mother’s Day gifts (hint, hint!)
Want a fun way to showcase your photos that is easy to update as you take new photos? This DIY Photo Display will be the perfect place to show off my latest photos and to marvel over how quickly Baby Roo is growing up. Anyone can make one of these for their own home and it cost under $20 to create. For full instructions on how to make the DIY Photo Display Picture Frame you can check out the blog post or this video:
So not it is time for you to show off your photos! Take your everyday memories from March Break or Easter and display or share them with your family and friends!
Disclosure: This post was brought to you by Blacks. All opinions are strictly my own.