The Perfect Project To Show Off All Your Photos

Before you throw out your old photos, why not repurpose them into a Photo Letter Collage. We’ve rounded up some of the most popular ideas you’ll love to try. View them all now.

If you are looking for a great way to display your old photos, a Photo Letter Collage is an excellent idea.

You can make a monogram, or spell out a word or name. You can use photos from holidays, birthdays and other special times so that your memories will always be with you.

Photo Collage Video Tutorial

Before we share the project ideas that we have rounded up, we thought you may appreciate this video from Nextech. You can see the project, gather your supplies and then dive into the ideas.

You will be able to find the printable instructions on the referring sites below. Click Play above to view now ^

via hometalk

We’re kicking off our post with Tara of Anything and Everything. She made this beautiful and personalized gift for a friend of hers. The letters SLC stand for Salt Lake City.

She attached photos that would remind her friend of the fun times they shared together.

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via diy network

Over on The DIY Network, this colorful photo letter collage is perfect for a child’s room and will brighten up shelves or a wall instantly. The heart stickers are a super cute touch.

via it’s always autumn 

As a Mom of 5, Autumn of the Blog It’s Always Autumn knows only too well, all you need is love! We adore her family inspired photo collage and it certainly brings a smile to your face.

 
via house on the way

Here’s another popular example of the Photo Collage Letter from House on The Way. This is ideal for anniversaries, birthdays, weddings, christenings, in fact, any time at all. You can use cardboard or purchase wooden letters online. The choice is yours.

via dot and bo

Here’s another great way to display your letters, we found this idea on Dot & Bo. You can use your travel maps to create your letters.

Martin Pyper was playing around with some cards when he hit on this ingenious typeface. What a brilliant idea and it would look great in a man cave, games or billiard room.

Want more? See how to transfer photos onto candles here.

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