Saturday, 26 March 2016

POLAROID PROJECT: FUJIFILM INSTAX MINI 8 INSTANT CAMERA PROJECT | TARA BERRIES


Have you been hit by the Pinterest design bug? I know I have. Although I do not own a home yet, I do like to help decorate my room and my mom's house. At Christmas time I got a FujiFilm Instax Mini 8 Instant Camera and knew I would need something to do with the pictures I took.

 I remember seeing this post on Pinterest and knew I had to find a frame with clothes pegs. At first I thought I would have to get twine and staple it onto an old picture frame. However, while I was at Home Sense I found a picture frame that had a corkboard base and wire and clothespins attached so it was the perfect frame I was looking for. I just hung it up over my bed and now when I have fun events with friends and family, I can add the polaroid photos to this cool frame! I love the rustic look of the frame and think it is so neat and unique to have in my bedroom. 


Do you own a FujiFilm Instax Mini 8 Instant Camera? If so, are there any projects that you use with the polaroids you take? I would like to know some more DIY projects I can do with my Polaroids. If you want more posts like this, follow me on bloglovin'. 
Xo. Tara Berries

4 comments:

  1. I don't own a Polariod camera but I like the idea. Looks very cute!

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  2. Great idea. I have a cork board with postcards, pics on it. Love the color of your wall

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