It's been quite a while since I've actually done a craft project. I've had this sitting on my desk to do since Spring Break. It is a Wood Connection project. It was SOOO easy--but I also had the entire kit to work with. I painted it white, then put my vinyl letters on. Then I painted it grey. After the grey had dried, I did a whitewash--this is what makes it look like a chalkboard. Took the vinyl off and I was done. I really like how it turned out and how easy it was. It's definitely a saying that we should all take into consideration.
Wednesday, June 19, 2013
It's pretty simple to use. If you just push buttons within the app, you will have it figured out pretty quick. You can comment, then you put hashtags with your pictures to label them. You can put as much thought and effort into this as you like. Sometimes it's fun to see what hashtags you can come up with.
Now--I wanted to be able to print these cute little square pictures. There are some companies that will print your cute little square photos--but they are a little on the expensive side. I figured there had to be a way to do it yourself. So--I went to the source that answers all my questions---GOOGLE. I came across this blog post, which really helped me. How to Print Instagram Pics
Yeah--I had to try it all out and it worked PERFECTLY My other option was to use Photoshop to create a 4x6 photo, which I could drop the Instagram photo on. I did it both ways. The only thing I noticed was sometimes my frame got cut off a little. And I never knew that COSTCO had an app you could send your pictures from--so Cool!!
Here they are, printed as 4x6 photos.
Then I just cut them with my paper trimmer to a 4x4.
After I had them all printed, I was thinking that it would be kind of fun to have the hashtags on the pictures. So, I went into PicFrame and under the Labels icon, I added text. Then, I sent it to my printer right from my phone--I kinda really love it like this.
You can also export your photos from Instagram to your computer. It's really easy too. Just go to this website http://instaport.me/ It's just three easy steps. You log into your Instagram account, then choose how/where to export the photos. You're Done!! Sooo easy!
Posted by Creative Day at 5:27 PM