The Evolution of Our Instagallery

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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.

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

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

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

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

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

Comments

  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. http://myhomesweethomeonline.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/Instagram-template.pdf
    Jeri Taira´s last [post] ..When You Are Just Plain Worn Out ~ Linger

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