Hanging polaroid garland

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In my opinion, the daintiest photo decoration piece is a polaroid garland! For an even neater look, use instax mini polaroids and tiny clothespins! I prefer tiny clothespins over the normal sized ones because they fit bitter with the polaroids and allow the photo to stand out more. You can get a package of them at Michael’s! They come in various colors (such as baby blue or white) but I opted for the classic no color wooden ones!

All you do is cut some twine, slip the clothespins through them and space them out the distance you prefer, and clip on the polaroids!

You can use any photos you’d like but personally, I like my garlands to follow a story of theme. I decided to use the polaroids I took with my boyfriend, Chris, from our NorCal trip. We visited Big Sur, Santa Cruz, and the Monterey Bay Aquarium. I noticed that every polaroid I took of him had blue and beige tones and they looked perfect for a photo set!

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** Bonus: a breathtaking picture of Big Sur!


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This photo garland currently hangs above my desk and I love how it transports me back to the vacation and all the memories associated with it when I look up at it!

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