Home ideas: Organising frames on the wall


I'm hopeless at organising frames on the wall and wish I had Pinterest 20 years ago to inspire me. A quick look found many great ideas that will help ladies who are struggling to think of creative ways of organising their family photos.

Frames can be expensive, why not go second-hand and see what your local charity store has. Mine often has some very good quality ones (almost new) that are cheap or they have the vintage style frames with lots of character. 

Never thought of doing this, but it would save a lot of pain and errors down the track!!




This is another great way of displaying family photos without the hassle of nails in the wall. I like this as you can change the photos when ever you want and add or take away the number of frames depending on your mood. 


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  1. Oh, how I like the last idea! I have a long hallway that is "calling" me to do this!

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    1. I just wish I had somewhere I out one!!!!

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  2. I came to your blog from a link you posted on 'strangers' blog recently. It took me to the intended post all right. Then I wanted to see what else you wrote and could not. There was no forward or back button at the end of this one post and also no 'home' page noted at the top of your post so I could go there. Perhaps they could be added? That way people coming here could enjoy the rest of this wonderful blog!:) I went on Google and it took me to this post. Now hopefully I can continue to read the rest1 :-))) Sarah

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    1. I will try to fix the issue but I'm not that blogspot savvy. However, I find if I click on the banner I end up back on the home page or latest entry at least. It works for most blogs. Thanks for your comment.

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  3. Thank you for your tips. I haven't good sens of composition. It's great help for me and for my composition improvement.

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    1. I love Pinterest, so handy for these things!!!!

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  4. Those are some good ideas! I don't have any photos on our walls - just haven't gotten around to buying frames. Maybe one day I'll do that! Our walls tend to get covered with our artwork or educational displays or laminated Bible verses anyway, which we all like :)

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    1. Frames can be expensive but I generally buy mine from the reject shop/$$ store for a fraction of the price. I don't have the space to do these big arrangements but the ideas are quite clever.

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