This week we’ll highlight four fun gift ideas that help you display your photos in unusual ways.
1. Stick them up. Looking for a sleek way to put pictures on a special someone’s wall? Have them printed as satin-finish decals you can literally stick right on to any smooth surface. Pinhole Press offers various shapes and sizes, starting at $12.99 for a set of 12 3.42″ x 3.42″ square photos and going up to $29.99 for a set of 3 11″ x 17″ photos.
2. On the chain. Friends and family alike will thank you for the versatile How’s it Hangin’ Photo Chain at the Photojojo Store. This 5-foot-long metal chain hangs vertically or horizontally and comes with 8 super-strong magnets that allow you to swap your photos in and out with ease. Order 1 for $12 or 3 for $28.
3. Go metal. To elevate a photo to a modern work of art, consider the frameless metal prints offered by Tiny Prints. Starting at $79.99, these sleek and stylish prints will add a bit of shine to any wall. Adding text is a cool way to personalize the gift even more. And don’t forget to use our exclusive Tiny Prints code for 40 percent off of your total order through December 10. Click here for more details.
4. Stick them up (again). For the loyal Fun Photo Finds readers out there (all tens and ones of you), you may recall one of our earliest blog entries featured Sticky9. This UK-based company turns your Instagrams and other photos into magnets and various other stick-i-fied gifts. And if you have a friend or loved one who keeps their Instagram account public, you can access their photos for super-secret surprise gifting as well. Follow this link for their personalized Christmas gift suggestions, including their classic set of 9 square photo magnets starting at $14.99.
For more photo gift ideas for the holidays, check out our Pinterest board here. Happy shopping!
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