We challenged DIY bloggers to dive into the new Snapfish and bring their photos home in unexpected, beautiful ways. They totally knocked our socks off! Today, we’re sharing this amazing Instagram photo frame DIY from Kelly Rowe of Live Laugh Rowe. Get excited to make your own with her easy-to-follow instructions….we’re already on our way to the local hardware store.
Up your décor game this weekend with easy photo print displays you can DIY from start to finish – all in 48 hours! Grab your favourite prints, a few supplies from your local craft store, and let’s get started.
At Snapfish we believe that great moments should be cherished and shared with the people you love and care about. Furthermore, we also believe that you should be able to hold all of these amazing memories by using our fantastic range of print products.
So you’ve decided you want to buy some prints? Congratulations, great choice! Why not get started by viewing our informative and easy to understand ‘How to order’ prints video. In this short 2 minute video we take you by the hand and guide you through our website builder from start to finish. We’ll also take time to teach you about our amazing new prints builder tool which makes ordering your latest set of prints super quick and easy.
iPhone newbies, we got you! We know that a new smartphone can be intimidating (all those apps!) and hard to navigate in the beginning. No fear, we’ve all been there. If you’re a rookie iPhone user (or iPad newbie – a lot of functions overlap), these tried and true photo tips will put you on the path to pro-status in no time.
Scrapbooking is an art. And when you have excellent prints, you build a strong foundation for beautiful, original pages.
At Snapfish, we provide high-quality prints in a variety of sizes. Even better, you can alter your photos to suit your personal style—or the style of your current scrapbook! Apply tints, add borders, crop your photos, and more.
Are you looking for new ways to inject energy into your photography? Try taking a new perspective on familiar views or objects. All you need to do is change your position or tilt the camera at a quirky angle – no expensive new equipment is required! Get started with this handy guide to perspectives:
Straightforward snapping – take a direct view
When you take photos at eye-level, it’s called the ‘central perspective’. This is great for taking clear photos of landscapes or buildings, and portrait photos of people and animals.