Surprise: It's not hard to make your Instagrams look like insta-art. Pick up some miniature canvases from your favorite craft store and Mod Podge the printed photos to the top for a classy update to your standard print.
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Cut Out Cake Toppers
Make your next brunch Instagram-worthy with these cute cake (or donut!) toppers, made by cutting out letters from your printed pictures.
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Well It's Okay
With a wood block, some glue, and your favorite prints you can create this personalized paperweight, where each side tells a story about you.
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Hang and Frame
If "Do it for the 'Gram" is your life's motto, you might have a lot of photos you'd like to keep on display. Here's one solution: Create one large frame and string up your favorite shots inside, like this DIY from .
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Add Blocks to the Wall
Here's a slightly different solution for a glut of photos, courtesy of : Glue them to blocks of wood and attach them to the wall. As a bonus, this DIY will make your wall feel textured and dynamic.
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Add Style to a Dreamcatcher
Dreamcatchers are one of the chicest accessories for your bedroom, so make yours extra-personal by using clothespins to attach your favorite printed Instagrams to the strands.
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These wee "Instacubes" aren't just Christmas ornaments — hang them on your curtain rods or off of hooks for year-round decor. Once you've picked your photos, decorate the rest of the cubes to fit your home decor.
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Make Your Baby a Onesie
Show off your snaps from your favorite beach by making these iron-on transfer onesies for your little one. Plus, it's an easy way to stockpile personalized clothing — without spending tons of money.
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The Pink Doormat
Personalize Your Pillows
Time to switch up your living room decor? Make your couch feel a little more you with these personalized pillows from The Pink Doormat. Want a giant picture of your face on your pillow? You got it.
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Steep Your Tea
These Instagram heart teabags from are the ultimate "I love you" gift — and surprisingly easy to make. All you need are teabags, a pair of scissors, and very basic sewing skills.