Miss Jennifer of FabFatale.com recently shared this nifty Easy Cork Frame DIY for Instagram Prints that we are loving! It’s a super easy DIY AND it requires you to drink a lot of wine. Um, where do we sign up?!
We had to get to know her and this project a little more, so keep reading to learn more about blogger Jennifer and how this DIY came about.
Tell us more about yourself!
- My name is Jennifer and I’m a web developer by day and blog on nights and weekends at FabFatale.com writing daily from The Sunshine State.
What are your passions?
- My passions include what I blog about most, nail art, cooking, and photography – although I’m a rookie getting to know my manual settings at the moment.
Please tell us a little more about your DIY and how you involved PostalPix!
- I was searching the web for a service that would print my square Instagram prints for my DIY Wall Art and came across PostalPix. Not only do they print square pics, but I can upload the pics directly from my phone via the PostalPix app, checkout at a very affordable price, and get the pics in the mail just a few days later. I take so many pics of my baby, that I also use PostalPix to print my 4×6 iPhone pics and send them directly to the grandmas. For my cork frames, I was really looking for a way to display my Instagram pics, but couldn’t find any square frames. I believe I saw an ad somewhere a while back, maybe by PostalPics, that featured a similar frame. I ran to my kitchen for a knife and some corks, and 30 seconds later, I had the cutest little frame for my fav Instagram print. 3 minutes later, I had a bookcase featuring several of my cork frames and pics.
- 4″x4″ PostalPix Photo Prints
- Real “cork” corks (1 per Instagram print)
- Sharp knife (be extra careful!)
- Lengthwise, and so so carefully, cut off the bottom 1/4 of the cork.
- Next, lay the cork on the flat bottom you just cut out, and then in the same direction, cut into the cork about a 1/3 of the way through.
- Pop a pic into the the slit you just cut and that’s it!
Thank you Jennifer for sharing such an easy and adorable DIY with us! Be sure to check out Jen’s blog over at FabFatale.com.