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DIY Wall Art with timeshel

(Second post of the day! What!!)
Today, I’m partnering up with timeshel to improve my current workspace and wallspace! It’s been quite a while since I posted any sort of DIY project, so today’s project is way overdue! To jump back into crafting, I came up with a super simple way to print out my photos that I’d been hoarding on my phone and display them in a more modern collage that fits my design aesthetic.

Hop through to the full post to learn more about the timeshel subscription service and see the end result of my weekend project.

This post is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media GroupĀ® and timeshel, but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia #timeshelprints

The timeshel app (available for iOs for free on iTunes/Apple Store) gives you two different levels or subscription service: 10 prints a month for $5.95 or 30 prints a month for $14.95. I chose the 30 prints a month since I have a major amount of photos saved on my phone right now. I can’t even tell you where my point and shoot camera is right now. I pretty much take all of my candid snaps using my iPhone which means I never end up having any printed photos from all of these moments. So I love the fact that I can have at least 10 prints a month that just start at such a low price point!

For me, I knew that my office wall was lackluster, and the typical collage pin-board wasn’t up to par. So when I started looking through the app to decide which photos to print first, I went with my favorite snaps from the past year blogging. They range from outfit posts, home posts, travel posts and Odie even made it in there too! With all my photos always going onto the blog, it was fun to finally get them printed for once!

I bought a 24×36 poster frame and laid out my prints in an arrangement I liked. I even pulled out my old school T-square from design school to make sure all my photos lined up perfectly. Using double-stick tape permanent tape, I quickly adhered them into place and voila, I had my personal wall art ready to move into my office.

I’ve used other iPhone printing services before and wasn’t too impressed with their quality, but timeshel’s prints are exceptional. I’m sort of a photo snob especially when it comes to paper and color quality, and I’m very happy with how these came out. Because the quality is so great, timeshel would be a great way to capture memories as a gift for someone. Especially family photos put into a collage type project like the one in today’s post.

How would you display your timeshel photos? Do you want to see more DIY posts soon?

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1 Comment

  • Reply Candace

    Im obsessed with this! I need to do this too! So glad I found your blog.


    March 5, 2015 at 4:47 pm
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