We challenged DIY bloggers to dive into the new Snapfish and bring their photos home in unexpected, beautiful ways. They totally knocked our socks off! Today, we’re sharing an excerpt from Lauren Nelson, who demonstrates how adding a little canvas adds a lot of class.
Excerpt from Lauren Nelson:
Today I’m excited to share a little apartment update with Snapfish. For anyone who knows me well (my old college roommates can attest), I’ve been obsessed with taking pictures since freshman year of college. I kid you not when I say I have been developing pictures using Snapfish for 10 years. Snapfish has been there with me through it all – new friends/old friends, my college graduation, Chicago brunches, Euro trips, East Coast summers, and more. Capturing moments is one of my favorite past times aka why this blog was even launched in the first place.
So when I first heard about Snapfish’s new home decor line – I was so excited. I had just gotten back from Europe when I got the news and instantly knew there were a few pictures I wanted to turn into canvas’, particularly this peonies picture I took in London and this view from our apartment in Paris.
Read Lauren Nelson’s full blog post to see how she perfectly incorporates a framed canvas print into her classy decor.
All photos via Lauren Nelson.