Turn an inexpensive frame from a thrift store or garage sale into a beautiful way to display a family photo using this easy tutorial and a few simple tools. I am Alycia from Our Homestead Where My Heart Is, I am so thrilled and humbled to be here as a part of the Kenarry Team […]
Creating a simple and cheap picture collage out of an old window for a vintage look!
Hi again, Kenarry readers! I’m Valerie from Occasionally Crafty, and I’m here this month sharing this simple and beautiful Interchangeable “Shabby Chic” Photo Display. This project can be made to match any room, and you can easily change out photos up to 8×10. For this project, you will need the following supplies: Unfinished Slat Board […]
This past month, the Photo Ladies wrapped up our free photography lessons on NoBadFoto.com by focusing on photo composition and learning how to take beautiful photos that convey a story. Life with a four year old and a 17-month old keeps me very busy, but I love to be our family historian and capture their life moments in my […]
In my second month with The Photo Ladies, we’re focused on ISO and tying it together with what we learned in last month’s lessons on aperture and shutter speed. Being part of The Photo Ladies has been a great way to learn how to actually use the Nikon D3200 DSLR camera I got for my birthday a few months ago. […]
I love to take photos. At our house, I’ve been dubbed the “mammarazzi” for all the pictures I take of our boys. Until recently, though, I’ve been a point and shoot kind of girl. Words like aperture and shutter speed were foreign concepts to me. As the boys grow and I get more into blogging, […]