Today, I wanted to share my Photobox prints with you. I wasn’t sure how to display them but I had a few ideas that I’ll share in this post!
If you’re like me, you take loads and loads of pictures but then they just stay stuck on your laptop or phone. I decided that I’d rather get some printed out so I could be reminded of the memories they captured.
On Photobox, you can choose to print your pictures in the ‘Retro’ style so they’re in the form of a polaroid picture. This looks so cute and they’re smaller than a normal printed picture so they’re easier to display.
I ordered 25 (for just £7.50!) and thought I’d show you what I’ve done with them.
I’ve been dotting a few of them around my room as they look really nice leaning up against things or slipped into the side of the mirror (which I wanted to do but they just wouldn’t stay!)
Although this does look cute, I don’t have 25 different vases of flowers to lean them up against! My main idea was to get some string, hang it across my room and peg the pictures to it. However, the string didn’t look great so I thought of ribbon or fairy lights.
I bought these fairy lights for £2.50 from Primark and pegs for £1 in Tiger. I’m sure there is lots of really pretty ribbon, string or other fairy lights you can get elsewhere but this is what I chose!
This is how mine came out! I’m actually planning on doing this for my uni room but as I don’t move in until September, this will do for now! I think it’ll look so cute and cosy in the winter with the fairy lights actually on (can you tell I’m counting down the days for the colder weather to kick in!?).
I feel like this is a lovely way to display your memories – and it looks pretty, too! These are just some of the pictures I printed but the above ones show my boyfriend and I are my Mum’s wedding and myself and my friends at Bonfire Night in 2016. So many of these are pictures of my family and memories from uni so I love having them up in my room.
I hope you enjoyed this post! Photobox is such a good website and does great quality pictures for a really reasonable price. Let me know if you decide to check it out or get any inspiration from this post!