Instagram Calendar from Earl Grey Blog

Instagram Calendar from Earl Grey Blog 1

Instagram Calendar from Earl Grey Blog 1

Crafty blogger Jennifer from Earl Grey Blog not only recently featured PostalPix, but included this nifty DIY on how to make an Instagram Calendar! Jennifer chose to keep her photo prints black and white as to keep her house scheme more neutral. Besides, we think it adds such drama to her wall without clashing with her other decor pieces.

We love this DIY so much, we just had to share it here too. So follow along to learn how to make your own. Trust us, it’s a super easy DIY to make on your own in no time.

Instagram Calendar from Earl Grey Blog 2

Instagram Calendar from Earl Grey Blog 2

Instagram Calendar from Earl Grey Blog 3

Instagram Calendar from Earl Grey Blog 3

Supplies:

  • 31 4×4 PostalPix Photo Prints (depending on the month, of course)
  • White Paint Pen (or any color of your choice)
  • Adhesive
  • Chipboard Letters
  • Sticky Tack
Instagram Calendar from Earl Grey Blog 4

Instagram Calendar from Earl Grey Blog 4

Instructions:

  • Decide on what placement you’d like to the put the photo prints in for the month.
  • Number each month with the white paint pen.
  • Attach the prints using Sticky Tack – you can easily move them around month to month.
  • Use chipboard letters to represent the day (Jennifer got hers at Target) but you can easily print them out yourself.
  • Do this for the month name as well.
Instagram Calendar from Earl Grey Blog 5

Instagram Calendar from Earl Grey Blog 5

A huge thank you to Jennifer of Earl Grey Blog for this DIY (All photos are also from Jennifer of Earl Grey Blog.)

Interested in having your DIY project with PostalPix prints featured on our blog? We should chat.

  • http://www.earlgreyblog.com/ Jennifer

    Thank you so much for featuring my DIY project!! You guys are the absolute best. :)

  • http://j9sopinion.tumblr.com/ Jeanine H

    What annincredible idea! I have soo many inspirational thoughts from this post–thanks a mill for the share! Now, just to get some printer ink to start printing photos (cuz yall dont ship to canada yet)!