Taking hundreds of pictures with your smartphone doesn’t mean much if you don’t do anything with your favorite snapshots. Showcase your favorite images in style by turning pictures of family and friends into a collage that will make you smile every time you walk by it.
Heart Photo Collage
A framed display of photos arranged in a heart shape is a sweet way to show off your favorite pictures of your children and your significant other. Get the details for this project at It’s Always Autumn.
Moon Photo Collage
This “I Love You to the Moon and Back” photo collage is created digitally, so even someone who’s totally craft impaired can pull it over. This would be especially cute as wall art in a young child’s room. Customize your photo collage poster at Minted.
JOY Photo Collage
This Christmas themed project decoupages photos on a plywood backing and adds wooden letters to give the finished design a 3D feel. However, you could easily make your own version with your last name or a simple monogram if you wanted a photo collage that you could leave up all year long. Visit Liliko Joy for complete project instructions.
Photo Map Collage
If you’re looking for a unique way to display travel photos, try using a map as your background and cutting photos to fit the areas indicating the places you’ve visited. Visit Cut. Craft. Create. to learn more about this unique photo display idea.
Clothespin Photo Collage
Display photos using tiny clothespins for a collage display that can easily be changed whenever the mood strikes. This idea is courtesy of Dormify.
Mobiles aren’t just for babies. This personalized photo mobile is a unique and eye catching way to show off your favorite snapshots. Hey Wanderer has the details.
Turning photos into a wreath is an unusual way to display photos, but the idea lets you add patterned papers and other embellishments that fit with your home decor. It also works particularly well as a method of showcasing your favorite family heritage pictures or comparing generations of family members. Head over to Jennuine to learn how to complete this project.
Photo Collage Letters
These photo collage letters from Hometalk are an interactive way to display your favorite photos. Make the entire alphabet, then change up your selected word or phrase throughout the year!
Photo Command Center
Display favorite photos in a grid formation all around a bulletin board for a collage that doubles as a command center that helps you manage all your daily activities. This idea is courtesy of We Heart It. No instructions are provided, but the concept is fairly self explanatory. (If you’re worried about adhesive damaging the walls, painter’s tape would be a good choice for adhering your photos.)