7 Ways to Print Your Instagram Photos

I’ve gotten to the point where my phone camera roll is overflowing and I need to edit and get some of my favorites printed. There are some great options out there and I know I definitely want to print a book but some magnets and polaroid style prints might be too fun to pass up. Here are 7 cute ways I’ve found to print off your Instagram photos.

  • Artifact Uprising Book

    Artifact Uprising Book

    I’ve heard great things about the quality and ease of creating one of these softbound books specifically designed for instagrams.

    Click here to create your own from Artifact Uprising

  • Stickygram Magnets

    Stickygram Magnets

    Cover your fridge in magnets of your instagrams or use them to hold up reminders on your memo board.

    Click here to order yours from Stickygram

  • Pinhole Press Memory Game

    Pinhole Press Memory Game

    This personalized memory game would become a fast favorite for your child when they recognize the faces they’re matching.

    Click here to purchase from Pinhole Press

  • Printstagram Mini Book

    Printstagram Mini Book

    Mini books are becoming the new photos in your wallet. These are reasonably priced and would make great presents.

    Click here to order from Printstagram

  • Origrami Polaroid Style Prints

    Origrami Polaroid Style Prints

    Since the look and feel of instagram was based off of instant Polaroid film, turn your shots into prints that look like the real thing. I’m a sucker for this packaging.

    Click here to order from Origrami

  • Artflakes Stickers

    Artflakes Stickers

    Kids love stickers and will love them even more when they’re personalized. These would be perfect party favors or Easter basket treats.

    Click here to order from Artflakes

  • Printstagram Square Prints

    Printstagram Square Prints

    If you still love filling up an album with your photos, these square prints will be just the right product for you.

    Click here to purchase from Printstagram

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