Joanna S
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Various art shapes above bed

Various art shapes above bed

edmonton-lifestyle-newborn-photographer

edmonton-lifestyle-newborn-photographer

Love these lifestyle newborn sessions. prince george newborn photographer, Pink Sugar

Love these lifestyle newborn sessions. prince george newborn photographer, Pink Sugar

edmonton-lifestyle-photographer

edmonton-lifestyle-photographer

Minimalist newborn session. This is my goal from now on - and what I would want for my own newborn's session. I don't need to remember them as a prop, I need to remember them as my sweet precious tiny child. <3

Minimalist newborn session. This is my goal from now on - and what I would want for my own newborn's session. I don't need to remember them as a prop, I need to remember them as my sweet precious tiny child. <3

Negin Mirsalehi: “My personal project is finally finished. Exactly 98 polaroids that I took over the past year with my love, family and friends and our favorite trips…”

Negin Mirsalehi: “My personal project is finally finished. Exactly 98 polaroids that I took over the past year with my love, family and friends and our favorite trips…”

Travel Memories Map. Draw a map on a cork notice board. Resize Alaska and Hawaii to fit. Print a photo for each state and cut to shape with a craft knife. Attach to board with pins or sticky dots.

Travel Memories Map. Draw a map on a cork notice board. Resize Alaska and Hawaii to fit. Print a photo for each state and cut to shape with a craft knife. Attach to board with pins or sticky dots.

Bender Photo Collage - I used a 4' x 6' canvas with 12"x 14" blocks of 4x6"photos. Think quilt blocks. Glue pictures on with Elmers glue leaving a small border between. I nailed (every 12 inches or so)the canvas to wall behind random pictures to keep it smooth. We bought "primed" molding to frame it and nailed to wall. Paint trim to match woodwork. This has been up 18 months and still smooth.

Bender Photo Collage - I used a 4' x 6' canvas with 12"x 14" blocks of 4x6"photos. Think quilt blocks. Glue pictures on with Elmers glue leaving a small border between. I nailed (every 12 inches or so)the canvas to wall behind random pictures to keep it smooth. We bought "primed" molding to frame it and nailed to wall. Paint trim to match woodwork. This has been up 18 months and still smooth.

"If you've ever wanted to make a DIY chalkboard wall check out my latest blog entry!

"If you've ever wanted to make a DIY chalkboard wall check out my latest blog entry!

5 DiY Decor Ideas for Kids - Petit & Small

5 DiY Decor Ideas for Kids - Petit & Small