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5 ideas for your digital files

by Alex • Jan 14, 2016 12:01:02 PM



This week, we’re in full Sweet Cheep mode with our first digital offering! The response has been overwhelming from our clients and we’re very excited for you to join us in the studio for your shoot! With our first digital offering comes all the exciting options of what to do with your digital files. The possibilities are literally endless—and we thought we’d help by giving you a few ideas. We promise, you won’t have a #pinterestfail on your hands!

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(photo by Momtastic + Love Grows Wild)

1. Start your Gallery Wall

One of the most obvious options is to use the photo to start building your gallery wall. Your photo makes a perfect focal point to the wall and the perfect base to build around. Add fun accents like typography, some unique framed prints and a décor piece or two. We love the arrows from Axel + Co (which can be purchased at our DIY Concierge Station in your local studio). There are SO many configurations and tips on Pinterest on how to get started. Here are a few of our favorites:


(photo by Cameron Oden)

2. Print + Transfer Your Photo onto Wood

With a few easy steps and inexpensive supplies (ink transfer paper, Modge Podge, an old credit card), you can create a one-of-a-kind wood print that looks amazing. This cool + trendy display will look like you had it custom printed. Check out this post from e*how!

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(photo by Design Sponge + Craft-O-Maniac)

3. create a Clipboard Wall Display

One of the biggest trends this year, clipboards make another inexpensive and super Pinterest-worthy photo display. You’ll need a few different photos to start your display, but you can simply print and change them up as often as you’d like for a fresh look. We like a few of the different configurations above.



(photo by Hometalk)

4. Turn it into Large Scale Art

Depending on the composition of the photo, we love the idea of splitting one photo into two giant wall pieces to really make a statement (or statements) in your home. You could split individual photos of your kids or use a fun lifestyle photo from your session. Check out this link for an easy tutorial. 


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(photos by Minted + Artifact Uprising)

5. Get an art print from one of our friends at Artifact Uprising or Minted!

Of course, you could always use a favorite site like Artifact Uprising or Minted for their crazy cool and unique print offerings to turn your photo into full-blown art. Artifact Uprising products have a minimalistic, modern and clean edge to them. Minted is know for their great design—add a gold foil to your photo for a beautiful twist.