We're seeing Instagrams spill over into scrapbook pages more and more; and we love how this shoot-edit-and-share app not only gives cool effects for our photos, but helps us capture the everyday moments of life. Let's take a look at how we're spotting Garden Girls and members using these photos in their projects!
The Love List by Amy Tangerine
Amy used a special printing service and had her photos printed into stickers measuring about 1"x1". I don't think we'll ever tire of stickers as crafters - how much more fun are stickers in the form of photos?!
In Just a Year by Jaime Warren
Here is a cool idea: printing your Instagram photos at home on white paper will allow you flexibility when trimming your photo. Why not give extra space below the photo and make it look like a polaroid?!
Garden Girls by Jen Jockisch
Jen Jockisch strung her teeny tiny Instagrams across her page, attaching them with a mix of clips and clothespins. Love it!
You don't have to go small with Instagrams; Shannon Tidwell combined her photo with die cuts in a similar size and created a strip as a focal point in the center of her page. Notice the Crate Paper background sheet she's used? It looks like an Instagram frame!
Don't miss these other projects we spied in the gallery, many of them mini album projects!
Instagram Mini Album tutorial by Marcy Penner
Via Text by Nicole Harper
Instagram <3 by fleursbydesign
A Week In My Life Mini Album by Allison Waken
Instagram by mrsski07
Happy snapping and scrapping your Instagrams!
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