Over the years, it’s common to accumulate a large number of photographs, mementos, and prints to liven up the shelves, walls, and mantles of the house. However, with so many of these images lying around it can be difficult to know what to do with them all; picture framing can be expensive, but photographs and posters tend to look messy and cluttered when pinned to the wall with thumbtacks. Fortunately, there are endless possibilities when it comes to framing and displaying your keepsakes. Here are four tips to get you started.
1. Collage Your Clutter
Most people have boxes full of uniformly-sized family photos that they simply don’t know what to do with. Why not breathe some life into the memories of your loved ones by purchasing a larger style of frame and making a creative collage? Much like scrapbooking, photo collages are only limited by your imagination. Use ribbon, rubber stamps, decorative tape, or even glitter to tie your artwork together.
2. Time for Inspiration
By far one of the most eye-catching ways to exhibit your favorite photos, trinkets, and works of art is with a