DIY Mini Photo Ledge from Photojojo

In the Photojojo newsletter this morning, they shared this sweet little project for making your own Mini Photo Ledge. I love how simple this DIY is…and that it doesn’t require any nails in order be hung on the wall! A perfect option for rentals and dorm rooms (and everyone else too)! Hop on over to Photojojo for the full tutorial. xo Ez

Psst…if you like this, then you might also enjoy my 10 Creative Ways to Display Photos roundup from last year.

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  1. Tracey Fisher / / Reply

    This project is PERFECT. My daughter has been printing out photos of friends, summer camp etc. as polaroids and has covered almost an entire wall with them using sticky tac – this is perfect for her and maybe will inspire her to have a rotating gallery rather than many walls that one day will have to be cleaned :) Thanks for sharing Ez

  2. Monica / / Reply

    I love this idea! It's definitely a great way to display personal photography. I like the photos you chose to display.

  3. LeeLi / / Reply

    This would be perfect for all our travel photos! There are so many that we love, we could never pick just a few to print and hang, I love the idea of using this for a rotating display!

  4. amberamber / / Reply

    You always spot the best things! I actually might use this idea to display cards/stationery/correspondence that needs a reply . . . I have been trying to figure out a good way to keep things out so I can look at them and enjoy them–and also remind myself to reply! Pretty stationery + pictures would make for a very cheerful wall. :) Thanks for the link!

  5. em / / Reply

    fantastic idea! love it! i recently bought a small printer for my digital pics, and I was still looking for a way to display them, thanks for sharing!

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