So I may be slightly behind on printing my wedding pictures, considering that we got married almost 4 years ago. I promised my mom and mother-in-law to make them wedding Albums, but that never happened...
So with blank living room walls and Kyla's suggestion to do a big frame rather than lots of little frames, and not being able to decide what pictures I wanted up (how could I choose? Rebekah and Kevin take amazing photos), I decided to try a mosaic photo. And I am so pleased with how it turned out!!I used Easy Moza and it was amazing and easy (like it says)! Then I got the photo printed at Sams Club in a 20x30! Did you know they did that?
Here is how I did it:
|Zoomed in area of mosaic|
|Take an old photo/frame and a ruler and a pencil|
and the new poster!
|Take the old photo and frame apart and flip the old photo|
|Measure and center the new poster in the old one|
|Realize that the border not being the same all the way around is really going|
to bother you and go downstairs and get more tools to make it even...
|Return with double sided tape, an Xacto knife, clippers and a cutting board|
|Cut everything down by 2 inches|
|Put the new photo back in the frame now that it is evenly centered|
and Windex the plastic/glass because it is covered with dust and all your fingerprints
|Snip the 2" off the black frame|
|Finally hang the photo and realize that I could have "gone bigger" and that I need to fill in all that blank space... another project for another day :)|
And I'll leave you with the awesome commercial that I got the title of this blog post from
for a company that no longer exists...