Whether you have recently traveled, or maybe you just downloaded your camera roll from your phone. Everyone has a wide variety of photos that usually are not being used or displayed. Today we’ve compiled a list of 5 ways to use your pictures on your phone.
This one probably seems like a no brainer. However, spending time selecting photos and then turning them into a book can be very time-consuming. That’s why we love Chat Books. Chat Books syncs with your Facebook or Instagram account and allows you to turn your social media posts into a historical book. Super easy and fun!
Decorating your home with pictures from a recent trip or a holiday can make your place feel very colorful and inviting. This photo holder from Amazon is magnetic, and the clips make it easy to switch out your pictures. Not only is it fun for you to display and look at your pictures but friends and family will also love looking at your photos as well.
Everyone needs stamps. You can find some fun stamp designs as well. Stamps.com allows you to upload your photo and turn it into a personalized stamp, making this suggesting a great way to use your photos. How great would it be to send the wedding
Protect your Electronics
Turn your photos into a custom case that will protect your technology. With Casetify.com you can upload your pictures and create cell phone covers or laptop cases with your custom prints. We especially love this idea for gifts to grandparents. Create a custom cell phone cover of just the grandkids for a special touch.
Shutterfly.com offers a wide variety of calendars you can customize with photos. Calendars are such a fun way to use your pictures from last year by creating a calendar. Or creating a gift using a photo of a friend’s beloved dog. The possibilities are endless!
So next time you go on a trip, or you download a massive amount of pictures from your phone, don’t just let them sit on your computer. Take the time to truly enjoy them and create a book, print photos out for your photo wall, or print Grandma a calendar of her grandkids. Whatever it is, actually use those photos!