Has the little one in your life, whether it’s your kid or your sibling or nephew, ever brought home an art project that just ends up getting stored in a box somewhere? Why not turn it into funky wall art or pillows? They’re perfect for gift giving or simply sprucing up your home. Even better, you’ll be showing your little artist just how proud you are of them.
There’s an undeniable warmth and coziness that you feel when fall rolls around. You can’t help but want to curl up by the fireplace with a hot cup of coffee.
But the leaves changing from green to red, yellow and orange doesn’t just call for cozying up at home – fall provides the perfect backdrop for picture-perfect moments. And you can definitely do more than just capture fall foliage on the ground (though it is very pretty!)
Here are 8 perfect fall moments to inspire your next photoshoot:
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Family vacations. Adventures with your closest friends. Exploring solo. We’re always so amazed by the travel photos that come through our printers and get turned into canvas prints and framed prints. You don’t have to be a pro photographer to capture stunning photos. Whether you have a DSLR, a point-and-shoot, or a regular smartphone, you can take beautiful photos that will reel people in.
For those of you that love going on new adventures and revisiting places you love, here’s a list of 8 simple tips for taking amazing travel photos:
1. Apply the Rule of Thirds
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Spring is upon us and it’s time to rid our homes of winter clutter. But, you don’t have to spend a fortune on cleaners and organizers to do so. Instead, you can use household or inexpensive items for a DIY spring cleaning – all for under $50. Use these five tips to help organize and get your home spring-ready.
DIY Jewelry Organizer
Find yourself scouring the house for your favorite pair of earrings? Consider making a jewelry frame organizer. Using inexpensive materials, this DIY project is simple and will put an end to lost earrings or tangled necklaces. For … Read more
Is your refrigerator door overflowing with your child’s latest masterpieces?
Every day your kids take off for school and arrive home with a new, vibrant work of art. Their hard work and unique projects deserve to be showcased more prominently. What if you could save these memories for life, instead of throwing them on the fridge to be forgotten?
Check out these 5 brilliant ways to show off your kid’s creativity and declutter your kitchen.
Frame Your Child’s Art
A simple solution to cleaning up the clutter is to frame your child’s art — but only choose the best pieces. … Read more
Don’t be afraid to break tradition when it comes to where you hang your art.
With a little imagination, you can spice up your blank walls and transform awkward spaces into breathtaking displays. Discover clever spots in your home for displaying photos and wall art — that aren’t totally obvious.
Check out these fresh, creative ideas to get inspired today.
1. Hide Household Eyesores on Your Walls
Disguise ugly features in your home with artwork. You can’t get rid of the air conditioning vent in the living room…but you can hide it with thoughtfully placed photos and wall art — … Read more
Does your dorm room feel like you?
This is your first time living on your own. You deserve to have a stylish space that inspires you. After all, you’re going to be putting in a lot of study time and homework sessions in your dorm.
Check out these 6 creative ideas to brighten up your room with wall art and make it feel like home sweet home.
1. Vinyl Records
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It’s almost time to head back to school and that means leaving the comforts of your room at home for a large, busy, and very impersonal building. There isn’t much that’s truly yours, except your locker.
With a little tweaking, the standard locker that’s just like everyone else’s can become a locker that’s uniquely yours. The first thing you’ll want to do is to check your school’s policy for what you’re allowed to do. You might find it in your handbook or you can ask someone in Administration.
The second thing you should do is clean it out. It … Read more