7 Creative Ideas For Photo Cards

It makes a tasteful wall feature, and better as a thoughtful gift.

They're small, but pack a mileage!

Small but versatile.

They’re small and minimalist – precisely why you can do so much with our Insta Cards (aka photo cards).

You can string them together and pin it up on a desktop corkboard, or showcase them with a pine wood stand, our pocket-sized Insta Cards are nonchalantly stylish and pack a mileage of DIY opportunities for your next project.

Here are 7 ideas to spark your creative juice and a major discount at the end of this post to get the ball rolling. 😉 We hope you have lots of fun playing with our Insta Cards, and make sure to show us your masterpiece by tagging us!

Design a wall art
You could make a photo garland, or you could create an accent your wall deserves. Using a string, create a shape on the wall which you’ll hold together with tack nails. Then, pin up your Insta Cards with little pegs or binder clips.

Ridiculously easy for something straight out of Pinterest!

Ridiculously easy for something straight out of Pinterest!

 

‘Wallpaper’ the back of your cupboard space
Talk about maximising your furniture, here’s another avenue to display your Insta Cards: on the inside of your cupboard or bookcase walls! Arrange them to your heart’s content, stick them up with Blu Tack, and open your cupboard to a joyful sight every time.

Let the ‘wallpaper’ surprise your guests when they raid the pantry.

Let the ‘wallpaper’ surprise your guests when they raid the pantry.

 

Make flash cards for the kiddos
Insta Cards are not made for just photos. Pick from a wide variety of backgrounds, layouts, and creative elements on our Online Designer to make your set of flash cards. They’re printed on 270gsm Uncoated Smooth papers so feel free to let the kids manhandle them!

Great teaching tool for parents and teachers.

Great teaching tool for parents and teachers.

 

Make recipe cards for an aspiring Nigella/Jamie yourself
Too many recipes bookmarked in your Internet browser? Pick your crowd pleasers and print them for easy reference as you cook up a storm. Or design and print templates to scribble on anytime.

Our Maxi Insta Cards generously give you 3.7” x 5.5” of real estate!

Our Maxi Insta Cards generously give you 3.7” x 5.5” of real estate!

 

Create a story book
Just punch two holes through your stack of Insta Cards, and hold them together with a binder ring, and you get a neat story book. It can be a visual story of your travel, a fairytale your kid illustrated, or a journal you can jot down your daily gratitude!

3 ingredients only: Insta Cards, hole punch, and binder ring.

3 ingredients only: Insta Cards, hole punch, and binder ring.

 

Hang them on the Christmas tree
Complement your ornaments with some beautiful photographs of you and your loved ones, by clipping the Insta Cards onto the fairy lights or hanging them on the tree. It’ll take the centrepiece to the next level as guests crowd over it to spot themselves!

Let your Christmas tree entertain your guests.

Let your Christmas tree entertain your guests.

 

Frame them up (and gift it away!)
Got too many photos but nowhere to showcase them? Neatly gather snapshots of a special occasion or your friendship throughout the years within a sizable frame and hang the masterpiece up!

It makes a tasteful wall feature, and better as a thoughtful gift.

It makes a tasteful wall feature, and better as a thoughtful gift.

Get started with 80% discount off our Insta Cards, valid from now until 10 Nov 2018. Just key in INSTA80 at checkout! Shipping is not included, and delivery is only within your country of residence.

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