The Evolution of Our Instagallery


Last summer I wrote How to Create Your Own Instagallery, the story of a DIY magnetic chalkboard project that became a place to display our Instagram photos. Eleven months later, I thought you might like to see how we continue to use and update it.


Periodically I take down some photos and put them in albums and print new ones to take their place.


Other odds and ends have joined the mix, such as my autographed Straight No Chaser concert ticket from December, . . .


my Help-Portrait volunteers’ group photo, and Smilebooth shots from Relevant.


Everyday Moments + Instagram = Memories Captured
Memories Captured + Instagallery = Memories Revisited
(And you thought there wouldn’t be any math.)


Do you have a place to display everyday photos of your family?


  1. says

    I remember reading that first post and wishing I had Instagram. And yay, now the hubby and I do.

    This can be a great project for us to work on together. He’s great at this kind of project. Give me a chance to practice letting him lead…lol.

    Thank you for the template. Those instagram icons are adorable.
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