print your instagrams!

i am completely addicted to instagram, especially after learning how to put a link on instagram bio! and, i am very content with this addiction. if you are as addicted to insta as i am, i’m sure you’ve used a free followers site like before. how do you add whipped cream & a cherry on top to instagram? you turn those instagrams into lasting works of art, like this: print those grams! You may choose to pick just your favorites or maybe even the ones that got the most likes. If you use then I’m sure you will have plenty with a lot of likes!

how & where do you print them? here is an entire list to give you those answers…
{keep in mind: most of these sites, you sign-in with your instagram account & it uploads your photos, which is very convenient and easy.}

{my stickygrams adorn our fridge!}

  • sticky gram** — you can turn your fridge or magnet board into an instant gallery. — for $15, stickygram makes a set of nine photo magnets from your favorite images. because i ordered SO MANY, i chose to not tear apart my magnets into nine smaller magnets, instead i kept them in their original sheets & displayed them in sets of 9… i am planning on ordering a set for my mom for mothers day – i’m going to take pictures of our kids with her later this month when we are in utah. she can have a little set of her & her grandkids on her fridge! {for only $15!} also, how fun would these mini magnets be for lockers at school? you could order them for teenage friends as a birthday gift!

**stickygram is offering a deal right now – for every friend/reader of see jane blog that orders a sticky gram you get $2 off!
use the promo code: see_jane123 so, hurry over & order, offers ends February 18th.

  • pinhole press — pinhole press was a sponsor of alt. design summit, they let each attendee submit a photo for a magnet & we picked them up at their mini party! below you can see the pinhole press magnet vs. the sticky grams – it’s a larger photo. i love this size if you want a larger pictures or a variety of magnet sizes. with pinhole press, you can submit ANY photos for their products, it doesn’t have to be an instagram.

{the front of my fridge, the polaroid collage was recently inspired by a collage my friend becky has on her fridge.}

  • persnickety prints — at persnickety, you can upload one of their FREE instagram templates and create a grid styled print in a 4×8 or 12×12! how cool is that? plus, persnickety can print them for you!
  • postal pix — this is an iPhone app, so you can take your photos on instagram and order the pictures all from using your iPhone! …print four-inch squares {these are NOT magnets} for only 30 cents each. fast shipping, matte finish, professional quality resolution, and the convenience of mobile shopping make this a great stop for instagram prints. they even sell just-right square 4-inch wooden frames!
  • canvas pop — your darling filtered instagram photos are worthy of an at-home gallery. create a high-resolution 12-inch square or 20-inch square stretched canvas print for the temporary price of $30 and $60, respectively. buy multiple canvases for an artful wall vignette! {i would love to do a few of these…}
  • printstagram – the company offers a LOT of ways to print instagram photos, but the 20-by-40-inch posters would be fun for a teenagers bedroom wall. between 50-400 photos are arranged in a clean grid on thick, archival paper for $25. i also love those mini stickers for $10, and the mini book for $12 – that would also make a great gift for grandparents! can’t you imagine every grandma pulling that out of her purse to show-off the latest pictures of her grandkids!?!
  • postagram — this could be so much fun – postagram mails a postcard with popout instagram photo and message to friends for 99 cents each. i love the idea of using these for thank-you’s after a birthday party, you could include a picture of your child with their friend/etc. – or, sending these postcards to friends after a trip when you were traveling together – what a fun souvenir!
  • instagoodies — print books of one-inch stickers of your favorite instagram photos. attach stickers to the computer monitor, phone case, or wallet for a quick flash of happiness. these could be fun for little kids, too… imagine a teacher using stickers of her class for grading! so cute.
  • boo box — boo box offers a gorgeous contemporary frame, their bamboo shadowbox frames are beginning at $20. you must check them out!
  • teenytile — as the name implies, teenytile crafts two-inch tiles from your instagram pics for sticking on your fridge (thanks to the included adhesive magnet), or whatever you choose to create with them. each tile is priced at $4.
  • artflakes — images get sticky with this company that takes your regular ol’ instagram pics and whips them into vinyl four-inch stickers. buy them up in packs of 10 ($21), 25 ($42), or 50 ($63)
  • casetagram — create a custom iPhone 4/4S case with this company that prints your instagram on a slim-fitting shell. You can customize how your pics are arranged, then casetagram prints them on a white or transparent case for just $35.
  • blurb is not just for blog books. softcover books with 20 pages of instagram photos runs $11 and a hardcover is $22. christmas present, perhaps? attention: ALT. attendees – did you notice blurb gave everyone a $60 credit — use it for a few instagram books!
  • instamaker — they create t-shirts, mugs, and more! create a mosaic of your photos and print them on a tee!

readers, what do you think? does this get your mind buzzing with ideas?

{all photos by me.} + {info via}
this is not a sponsored post.

15 responses to “print your instagrams!”

  1. This is so great! I have heard of stickygrams and ordered some a few weeks ago! But I love all the other ideas you shared! Thanks!

  2. this is an awesome list – thanks! Did you print the magnet photobooth strips (on fridge pic) from one of these sites? I couldn’t find a site for that.

  3. Hey, My name is Laura and I have started blogging about tips for displaying printed Instagram photos. I have been doing lots of looking around to find unique ideas! I love seeing the crafty ideas that people create to display their Instagram photos. I really hope this inspires people to print their Instagram photos!

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