In high school I wanted a digital camera, in college I wanted a smaller digital camera... and then I joined the iPhone world. The cameras started collecting dust and my iPhone was racking up photos since I had it with me constantly. I'm currently have 1,542 photos on my phone (what?!!) and am taking new pictures constantly while trying to delete what I don't want on there anymore. It's great to store and share photos on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and all the other crazy places out there, but I still like the hard copy. Does this really make me old fashioned?
I had a set of three 4x4 square frames that I worked into the dining room gallery wall (see it here) that were perfect for those cropped Instagram photos that just seem to collect on the interwebs. I searched around for the best places to have them printed and landed on Printicular, a Walgreens iPhone app. Just upload your pictures and it prints them at your local Walgreens in just an hour. 25 prints for under $10 and you've got one happy girl!
I only needed three but I thought printing out my favorites would allow me to change it up every so often. Here are the winners for round one.
-Grotto Falls, taken hiking on our honeymoon in Smoky Mountain National Park
-Keith and I, big smiles, beards and bangs.
Three frames filled, five to go. These are probably the only actual photos you'll see here, the rest I have plans for a baseball print, and a few DIY art projects. Stayed tuned, it's officially baseball season in Michigan so that one is making an appearance tomorrow!