I can’t even tell you how much we love Instagram. If you follow us (@EastCoastCreative & Jess_Jackson5), you’ll quickly find that out. Out of all our social media avenues, IG is definitely my favorite. I comment and “like” things more there than on Facebook. For real! There’s something so charming and fun and real-lifey about Instagram photos and I wanted to figure out a way to show them off in my house. But even if my version (which is not original, by the way, I’ve seen it done many a time!) isn’t your cup of tea, I’ve rounded up a few other fun ideas of what to do with those cute, square pics.
I found a site called FoxGram
that makes ordering your pics super easy. Just sign in using your Instagram account on their site and all your pics load right up. Choose your favorites and
for 25 cents a picture, they’ll print them and send them out the same day!
It didn’t take long for me to get my prints in the mail, and when I did, I was thrilled with the quality. The pictures are nice and clear and the size is just plain adorable. Love, love, love them. I kind of went buck wild and ordered way more prints then I needed for this project so I sorted them out and decided which would go in my frame.
Since I already has this large frame for our Advent Calendar, it was already set up for me to use. You can check out here
how I threaded the twine and adhered it to the frame if you want to make your own. I used the mini clothespins I got from Consumer Crafts (check out our ridiculous haul video here
!) a while back and started clipping the photos in the frame.
I love this method because I can change the pictures out whenever I feel like it. Plus, it really adds some personality to our kitchen and makes me happy when I walk in that room.
I love the subtle pop of color in the pictures as you enter the kitchen from the hallway, and I think the dark frame is a nice change from the all-white gallery wall
going on in the hall.
Here are a few other ideas I love too…
If you’re on Instagram leave your username in the comments, would love to connect!