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Learn how to make your own minimalist, D.I.Y clothes-pin picture display!
Recently, I realized that I’ve had so much of a reliance on technology when it comes to image sharing. I upload my some of my favorite pictures, forgetting that if one day Instagram decides to shut down or my laptop stops working, I lose every photograph I’ve recently taken.
I save my photography files in different folders as if it’s certain I’ll still have this laptop 10 years from now.
Also, it’s not as convenient to have to hop on the computer and showcase your favorite photographs from a recent trip away during a dinner party.
As a result, I began brainstorming ways to both preserve and share some of our memories for years to come. While I’m not a minimalist, the size of our apartment had me wanting to find something cute, minimal, and something that could be displayed without taking that much space. Something I could easily showcase to guests that we have over.
So, in addition to beginning to start a scrapbook, I made my own simplistic photograph display and am sharing some of those tips for doing the same with you, today!