Wall Picture Collage

I have been wanting to hang something on the wall in my kitchen ever since we moved in.  Between Emily and I, we finally dreamed up this Wall Picture Collage after looking at lots of other people’s photo collages- and I love the way it turned out.
Here are all the things that I bought.
(all found at walmart)
This entire project was under $20. My kind of project!
*pictures you want to use (I had free prints from Costco)
* 2 20×30 foam core boards (I got two black ones $2.88 each)
*poster hanger thingies ($2.44)
*foam brushes ($.97)
*double sided tape ($3)
*mod podge (I already had some)

541 Replies to “Wall Picture Collage”

    1. I did it as a collage on a 20×30 foam core. I cut photos around bodies just to fit in spaces and fit them all together. It was a lot of fun and got a lot more photos on than using the borders but a completely different look. I did not preplan spaces, etc. Ijust let it put itself together.

      1. My photos are still wet, but seemed to have bubbled a little. Is there a step that I am missing or will they flaten once dry? Should I do more than I coat?

        1. if you modge podge the board lightly and then while it is wet – modge podge the back of your picture & adhere. Do that for each pic. There is a flat scrapper tool you can get that you smooth over each item and gets the bubbles out. Let it dry well. Modge podge over top. I’ve done this for several furniture pieces that I’ve ‘funked ‘ up and added pictures and paper to….

        1. the ruler is a scrapbook paper cutting ruler. You can get them in most craft areas that have scrapbooking supplies.

      2. Sounds like what I did in my 4 yr olds room with wall paper. It was Scooby-Doo, & I couldn’t wallpaper the whole wall b/c we were renting, so I cut out the figures & put them up!! He luved it & made for easy clean up. But, I really luv your idea…..I’m gonna try this!! 😉 Thank U^^

    2. This is wonderful and I am working on my first one right now. A couple of things. First I have this really cool tool for lining things up exactly. It is an Easy Square,Jr. It is a clear lucite square with inch marks (and smaller in between) in black print and allows you to align each piece perfectly. I have been using it to setup margins and align pictures I have taken and glued them with Mod Podgr to art canvas.

      Next, will the Mod Podge last for years to come without yellowing or flaking? Thanks for sharing this great idea!!

    3. Hola soy lili de Argentina.
      Vi tu collaje, el único explicado, me encantó.
      Busque una base pero es más.grande de lo que imagine pinte la base 3 veces presente las fotos y las pegue. Ahora está armado sobre la mesa hasta colgarlo.
      Cuando lo vi desde arriba subí unos escalones y sentí un bienestar tan grande una alegría profunda. Había hecho el proyecto que tenía hace 9 años.
      No crei que me sintiera también.
      No está perfecto pero esta muy lindo.
      Y vos fuiste mi inspiración.
      Al llegar mi esposo dijo que lo colgariamos mañana en una pared entera que no tiene nada.
      Muchas gracias por ser la única que explico su trabajo.
      Bravo por ti.

      1. Ha errores “hasta otoño,?” ” que es lo que hace?” Y al llegar mi esposo dijo que lo.pegariamos mañana.
        Pregunta: que es lo que compraste como base para pegar las fotos

  1. Super cute. I’m going to have to figure out which wall I want mine on now. 🙂 (Since the majority of the walls in my house are completely bare, it will be a tough decision! They all need something!)

  2. Super cute! I love how it is on a foam board instead of wood. That would be a lot lighter. Now I just need to find some time to make it. 🙂

  3. How did you hook your foam boards together? I already bought my boards to make this (even though I have no clue when I will get to making it!)

    1. If you get poster hangers from Command Brand that are damage free those work really well. You have to put them on all four corners of both boards and line them up and stick them to the wall. Looks like its one big board now. Hope this helps.

    2. I would do the toothpicks thru the center idea but also get some black duct tape and tape it on the seam in the back and a few across for extra support.No one will see the back anyways > :0)

      I wold also add a second coat of the modge podge and lightly sand it between coats to eliminate the ridges. then spray it with a clear coat.

      Another option is to use Resin. On some plastic or large paper to protect surfaces, lay out the project. Pour enough resin in the center , tilt the project all about to cover and then let it self level out over the picture. Cover or TENT over it to prevent dust particles etc. and let it dry to a hard finish. —Nina M.

  4. Wow.. I can’t believe you two just dreamed this up! It looks so good! Your professional pictures go great against the black! I can’t wait to see it in real life next time I come to visit so I can look real good at each picture!

  5. Awesome! My fav project of you guys’ yet! 🙂 I would LOVE to make one of these for our house! I’m so terrible at actually printing pictures- this would be good incentive!

    1. You said you purchase picture hanging thingies 🙂 can you be more specific? What did u use to hang the foam board? Thanks!

  6. LOVE IT! I saw it on your other blog and am super glad I came over to this one 🙂 Now I’m going to find some pictures and make this, plus enjoy all your other ideas! Thanks Cali.

  7. Oooh, I love this! Thanks so much for sharing. A while ago I tried a similar concept by just attaching square photos in a collage using double sided tape…and it looked great for a couple days…until the prints started falling off the wall. This is the perfect solution! 🙂

  8. Perfect idea! Hey, if you ever run out of mod podge again, just mix 3 parts white glue to 1 part water. Problem solved.

  9. Awesome idea! I’m a prof photog and use foam core all the time. You can order custom cut/size foamcore online from online frame companies like American Frame in black or white

  10. You could totally go over it again with the matte mod podge and it will dull it a bit. I’ve done it a few times on things I’ve done other places and they only had glossy. Super cute Cali!

  11. Wow! Such a simple idea, yet I never would have thought of it! Your layout is beautiful and keeps it from looking too cluttered.

    I’m not sure if the other commenters said this, but you can email Amy Anderson at modpodgerocks @ gmail. com and she’ll answer your question–I’ve asked her several questions, and she does indeed love Mod Podge 🙂

  12. Did you Mod podge over the entire thing or just the edges of the pictures? I guess I’m asking if you covered the whole picture? Super cute idea! I might do this with wedding pictures. Easy way to display pictures from one event without a billion frames!

  13. This is such a great idea! Great way to do something with all of my extra pictures that are just sitting in boxes. Thanks for the idea!

  14. You used real photos? I’ve been decopodging photos to wooden blocks for years and I always use color copy paper because I assumed the modpodge would gum up the photos… It doesn’t?. Wow. Nice project!

  15. I love this idea! I was just saying the other day how expensive it is to hang pictures. I have a wall that will look perfect with this on it! Thank you so much for this idea!!

  16. Awesome idea. Was looking for a way to hang lots of photo’s without putting a bunch of holes in my walls! This is PERFECT!! Can’t wait to try this!

  17. I just tried this and I used the matte mod podge and it is all streaky…it looks great except the streaky part. Did this happen with the gloss kind? Also for other that want to do this…put the double sided tape all over the back of the pictures…mine are bumpy in the middle. Luckily this was a small board so no biggie and hopefully my next one will come out better! great idea though!

  18. I love this idea for all my leftover pictures that aren’t in my scrapbooks…..sure beats them sitting in a box! GREAT idea and thanks so much for posting this!

  19. I love it! It is adorable and so fun………..you are right, the mod podge over pics is scary, isn’t it? LOVE it……….well done, creative one!!

  20. Where can you purhase foam board? I’m excited to try this with several smaller boards on my stair case. Love it!

  21. Awesome job. It really looks great and what a blessing to see your fav pics every day. I must do one for my fav pics. Thank you so much for the idea and pattern.

  22. I have a similar one that looks the same but I paid $40 for and is wood. Love that you made it yourself! And I LOVE mod podge!!! Great idea!!!

    1. With the wood is it any different from the foam board? I am working on a Father’s day gift but I would love to use wood instead of foam, is there anything you did different?

  23. What a fabulous idea for those extra pictures! Wow! I am passing this off to my daughter. Great way to commerate so far 3 Komen 3 Day 60 Mile Walks!

    PS…Thank you to Pinterest for connecting me to this blog…great ideas are found here!

  24. Will this work on a piece of wood as well. I have been wanting to use the crackle paint and make a “frame” but with just one picture. Thanks

  25. That is such a great idea!!! Love it! I am going to have to get all my pictures together now and do this. Thank you for the brilliant idea!

  26. hi,
    I wish you had twitter so i can follow you guys. What do you call the font used on your blog? it is so cute 🙂


  27. I love this idea! My teen kids take tons of candid pics and then post them to FB where they stay hidden in cyberspace. I’m planning on having them tell me which pics to have printed and surprising them with these in their rooms. 🙂

  28. I like this idea lots!! I can see using it in so many different ways! Looks like I may have some work to do before Christmas!

  29. I stumbled upon this when a friend posted it on pinterest. And I love it! I’m so trying this when I get a day off. Thanks for the great idea. What do you think about the images cut into different sizes and interesting magazine clips or scrapbooking materials to add to the idea?

  30. I’m not sure if I missed this, but what is the double sided tape used for? I understand the command strips are used for hanging the posters to the wall, but I don’t see where the tape comes in. It’s a great project btw, and I will be making a similar one as a gift to my family for the holidays! Thanks for the idea. 🙂

  31. Thanks for posting this. I took pics to the local store to get a price on having them framed to look exactly like this and it was going to cost me $500 because of all the custom cuts. Now I’m going to do it myself.

  32. Great idea! Could you also use the Modge-Podge to glue the pictures to the foam to eliminate the tape? I think I might try it that way, just wondering if anyone has tried that already!

  33. Fantastic! I love it, but I have a question too. Do the photos smudge at all when you first put the modge podge on (when brushing it around wet)? We’re your photos professionally printed or printed at home with photo paper? That might make a difference!

  34. “I have been wanting to hang something on the wall in my kitchen ever since we moved in”…. this line roped me in, I have been thinking the same for the past 3 yrs !!! 🙂 i am defenitely trying this . it will be my first with modpdge, hope it turns out fine…. Soumya

  35. This is wonderful!! I have been trying to figure a way to creat a frame for my kids school pictures…..this is going to work great…thanks!

  36. I was wondering if anyones boards started to bend? After my first coat it started to bend and I was super sad. Just wondering what anyone else had the same problem.

  37. Your project is fabulous!
    If you coat the back of your photos with Mod Podge first and then stick them down you wont have the bumps from the tape on the back. I just like the idea of the whole surface being glued down. I have also found that if you coat the whole blank surface with the Mod Podge first and let it dry, the pictures will lay very flat when you put them on.
    To Anonymous: If you coat both sides of your foam board and let each side dry completely, it should dry flat. I usually work on canvas but I think the idea is the same.

  38. Hey I was on pinterest and checking out wall hangings and your blog came up! I was so excited that it was yours and that I recognized all of your pictures! I loved this collage so much and I love it even more that it came from my dear cousin! Love you! Lisa

  39. I like it LOTS… I am going to make something. Maybe a ‘theme’ board with my son’s pictures from bootcamp graduation. Thanks!! – Kandy

  40. i love this and can’t wait to do this for my new house.. I was wondering if it would work on canvas or wood?

  41. So, 2 ideas I thought of when I saw this….My daughter is getting a little older and her little wooden name letters are too young for her..How about cutting the board to the shape of a C (her initial) and then, instead of black, pretty, heavy duty wrapping paper adhered to the foam board. Then the pictures….just a thought…oh and maybe cute little frames, think tops of hearts, around some of the pictures…LOVE IT!!! Thanks for the idea!!!

  42. I love this idea and I think it would also be a great idea for seasonal pictures too. I have a ton of beautiful and sentimental Christmas pictures of my 3 girls over the years and this would be a very economical way to use them for holiday decorations. At that price you could go crazy! 🙂

  43. I love this idea! I think I could so do one of these for each room! I can change the size, shape and color! Hobby Lobby has a lot of different colors. I cant wait to get started! Thank you for the idea!

  44. That’s a great idea! I’m wondering though if it would work on some painted plywood. We’re military and move a lot, so I’d be too afraid of movers crunching it. 🙁

  45. Where can you get foam core boards for cheap? All of the ones I am finding on the internet are pretty expensive.

  46. That Is such a great Idea!! Going to share it with my 16yr old daughter and see what she thinks, she has so many picture.

  47. This turned out so cute, When I do mine Im not going to have the pictures so straight,I like to have them all over and in random positions and angels. Thanks for such a wonderful idea to do with all my pictures.=)

    1. if you modge podge the board lightly and then while it is wet – modge podge the back of your picture & adhere. Do that for each pic. There is a flat scrapper tool you can get that you smooth over each item and gets the bubbles out. Let it dry well. Modge podge over top. I’ve done this for several furniture pieces that I’ve ‘funked ‘ up and added pictures and paper to…

  48. Just curious…someone else asked if it would work on canvas just as well…I imagine it would, but wanted to re-ask that question (didn’t see an answer…it there was, I am going to use the excuse that 3 kids have stolen my brain cells. 🙂 ). I have some canvas art from Kirklands that I’d like to repurpose. Thanks!

  49. Loved this we used it and then added some scrapbook paper and stickers to personalize it thanks for sharing !!!!!!

  50. OMG, I have so many pictures. I have 6 children & high ceilings in my living room. I’ve been wanting to do a big collage forever but finding a simple way. Do u think I could use a big piece of 4×8 ply wood or should i attach the foam to the ply wood?? What do u think?

  51. OMG, I have been looking for a solution in regards to a BUNCH of old photos around my house…they’re piling up but thanks to your idea I am now going to create several of these for the house…one for the office, one for my son’s room, and one for the entryway! THANKS!!!

  52. I love this idea. I am a digital picture taking junkie and this gives me an idea now! I can so easily see me doing this for different sporting events that my kids are involved in! You did a great job!

  53. Great idea! I have been doing this for years. Only difference is that I use a canvas for the background. This way I can spray paint the canvas a color that compliments where I will hang my collage.

  54. I absolutely love this! I tried it today, but added decorative scrapbooking paper for decoration. I was worried because the paper started to ripple. I actually love that it did this because it looks like ribbon! Such a great idea! Thank you for sharing it!

  55. I have seen this done on an old card table and given as a wedding anniversary gift. Do you think you could follow the same rule of thumb that you did with your work?

  56. I love it! I’m thinking about trying it… I have a 13 month old and i have so many pictures and frames cost way too much for all of them! Thank you for sharing!

  57. I love this idea and its very creative. I feel that Mod Podge, might not be the best though. Using a Medium or a Heavy clear acrylic gel medium would make them stick better (no tape) and it would be more archival and last longer. Mod Podge puts a coat over the photos and it makes them “hazy.” The Gel medium wouldn’t do that, and it won’t make them shiny. It will harden better and you’re project will be archival and last longer!!!

  58. I found this idea on Pinterest and am just waiting for my first board to dry right now! I pulled out lots of old pics that I haven’t used in any scrapbooks, including some with our extended family. Thank you soooo very much for sharing this idea…I LOVE it!!! 🙂 Also, thanks for the tip about the Command strips!

  59. UGH! I did this as a last minute birthday present for my mom. I stayed up last night spacing all the picture and the modge podge smeared the pictures! I thought i was just pressing down too hard but it doesn’t go evenly if i don’t. I give up on this. have to go buy something else i guess

  60. My parents are having an 80th birthday party in May…all of the kids, most grandkids and greatgrandkids will be there….this will be a PERFECT project to make and display at my parents so they can reminisce about the milestone and family gathering! YOUR’s is Beautiful! I love the way it looks! If its not perfect it shouldn’t be because it looks perfect to me! :o) ~Renee

  61. Thank you for sharing this idea. It’s great!! I moved to a new place with tons of wall space. Never found any pictures I liked that were affordable. I’m digging in my photos so that I can do a couple of collages like yours. Will be nice to pass smiling faces and good memories, especially on days so bad you wonder why you bothered to get out of bed!

  62. $20 is expensive! I had the pics and I got everything at the dollar store (plus homemade modgepodge from dollar store glue). Mine only cost $5.

  63. I love this but if I use a good double stick tape I don’t think I’m Mod Podging over the pictures. I don’t really care for Mod Podge. If I had the money I would use wood and put resin over the top.

  64. I think it’s wonderful and I’m glad that your helper got to see it through from start to finish. It doesn’t matter how it turns out, it’s a good time together, and a lesson to learn that it’s the fun that matters.

  65. I scanned all of my pictures first for a digital family history, and the ability to have access to any one given picture I may need in the future for any reason.

  66. love this! my hallway looks so empty, this will be perfect!! Good job, i just hope i dont ruin my pictures in any way!

    1. Would this project also work with white poster boards? I’m confused about the different ways mentioned in the comments and don’t know which to try. Mod Podge of course but a gel and resin were mentioned. 🙂

  67. can u do this on wood if so would there be any changes o should make.. love ur idea just thought about ndoing something a little more sturdy

  68. I used the Matte modge podge and there is no glare. I also just got one big black board from hobby lobby rather than buying two.

  69. I really like this!! I have been trying to find a way to frame some things for grandparents without spending a ton of money and this is perfect! It will make Christmas presents, at least part of them, super easy! Thanks for sharing!

  70. I just did two boards last night, and they’re amazing! So, I wanted to say thank you for this! I found some REALLY old pictures that we haven’t looked at in years, and brought back a lot of wonderful memories!

  71. I really want to try this, but I guess it would not work on the photos I print here at home on my ink jet home printer. I would need to have the photos professionally printed so that they wouldn’t run when I apply the modge podge glue. Right?

  72. Please tell me how to keep the foamboard from warping. It’s so cute and mine warped so bad it wouldn’t hang correctly.

  73. I did this with only one board and used glitter modge podge and it turned out very well. Such a great idea! Thanks!

  74. Love it! I’ve got all the supplies and pictures. This is my project for the weekend! hanks

  75. I made 3 boards. One with the 4×4 prints all the way through, and two with horizontal and vertical pictures of x6 prints. They all look fantastic! I got a great deal on prints at Walgreens, and awesome coupons to use when I got the boards at the craft stores. The stars aligned perfectly!

  76. Definitely going to be making one of these! !! Or two 🙂 Thanks for sharing such a fun and easy project for anyone to do! *I’m your newest follower* .. Can’t wait to browse the rest of your projects!!

  77. Thank you SO MUCH for this idea. I love it! I currently have piles of pictures sitting in the next room (I had to move them so we had a place for guests to sit). I have no place to put any more frames, on the wall or on tables. What a great idea. Also redecorating the kitchen, so I might find a way to do both!
    Thanks again!

  78. I LOVE THIS! I am making one right now. Such a great idea. I am using it to display dance photos of my students in our waiting room. It seems so much easier than buying a ton of picture frames and trying to hang them in a straight row. Thank you for sharing.

  79. So excited to have found this on Pinterest! My nursery theme is the Family tree and I have over 300 photos chosen to put in there but wasn’t sure how to without frames! I LOVE this! Thanks!

  80. Doesn’t the mod podge ruin the photos? Seems like it would smear the photo. I want to try this but afraid of spending the money and it get ruined.

    1. The mod podge didn’t ruin my photos- as you can see. They were regular prints from Costco, and they turned out fine. I made some copies of prints for my mom and did this project, and those didn’t work so well. The regular prints should be fine!

    1. I did a color copy one of old pictures for my mom, and it didn’t work quite as well… I had some wrinkling of the pictures, since they were simply copies. She still loves it– but it doesn’t look as good as mine does with regular prints from Costco. Good luck!

  81. I’m a scrapbooker! But it is too hard, time consuming and expensive to scrap every picture I take (and I take A LOT) so I think this is a great idea! Great way to display some of the extra pictures that don’t make it into the scrapbook!Definately going to try this one!

  82. This is so awesome, this will definitely be my next project for my dull and boring wall. I just wanna ask if you used the two core boards, or you just used one? Thanks for sharing this! 🙂

  83. So you can just use regular pictures? I was always told that you couldn’t mod podge glossy pictures. I want to do a collage for my best friends wedding gift with my MOH speech on it.

  84. Super cool! How are they holding up? Sometimes they peel or warp if you don’t get the image directly printed on like some companies do. When I did it myself I know it didn’t quite work out, but getting it done prevented this. I used these guys and haven’t had a problem. However doing it yourself is much less expensive. How are yours holding up and if well, what did you do so I can do it better next time.

  85. That is awesome!! I have a picture collage in my kitchen that I made using a HUGE cheap picture/poster frame that I found brand new at Good Will (gotta love that store!!) I like how you laid them out so nice and pretty. Mine doesn’t look horrible, but it definitely isn’t neat/organized/professional looking like yours. I am closing on my house in 12 days and will definitely keep this in mind if I find a nice space for this project. Not to mention it would be fun to do a collage of my pup growing up. Thanks for sharing!! 🙂

  86. I did this on a large, old vintage wooden cabinet door and I am going to hang it on my wall. I painted the door dark brown, printed my pictures in sepia, and used matte modge podge. It’s still drying, but it looks absolutely amazing. Thanks for the inspiration.

  87. I think it’s a wonderful idea. Great as gifts, too! I’m going to try it and I’ll let you know how it comes out. Thanks!

  88. Hi!

    This might sound like a silly question but what’s another name for “mod podge” – Mat glue? I asked at the Craft store they had no idea what i was talking about it…

  89. Just want to say great idea. I did try this, changed it up a bit. I used the Matte finish mod podge and it still has a bit of a glare. I think it would be best using the gloss finish, it would at least look like glass instead of a ‘finger smudge’ look glare. Just sharing.

  90. Thanks so much for sharing! I just moved in to a new apartment. I have so many pictures from years of travelling, but my landlord doesn’t like me hanging things. This idea works great as it doesn’t ruin your walls and you get to share your pictures 🙂

  91. I think this is an awesome idea and I will be making some of these for my home and for gifts. Great idea thanks so much.

  92. Just throwing it out there, this is a perfect way to display your instagram photos. I made a 4×6 canvas in a photo editing program and then dropped my instagram photo in, size the picture to 4×4 and get them printed anywhere

  93. It’s just AWESOME! I have a question though, I may have missed it but how did you fasten the two black foam core board together? Thanks.

  94. As of today I’m new Pinterest and this is my first look on this site and I love this DIY idea. Great Job 🙂 I will try this out I have lots of pictures.

  95. imperfectly perfect…love it….it was made with love…absolutely fab…have already PINned and has already been rePINed…thx for sharing…your idea is already being enjoyed by so many…xoxoxo

  96. I absolutely love wall art, and if it contains photographs, so much the better. Lovely idea and one I will most definitely try myself.

  97. Love this! Thanks for sharing. I am currently making a “W” with my children’s pictures all over it and I have never used Mod Podge before. I wasn’t sure if I should just go over it or not but you have given me courage! Thanks so much!

  98. This was an awesome craft! I added some metal stickers to the corners to make it look like a closed frame! I will use this idea on foam Jerseys I found @ the crafts store for gifts. Thanks for helping create my first home craft!

  99. I’m from Australia and I love this its fantastic. I do have a question what id mod podge and what is its purpose as I would love yo do this with my boys photos.
    Thanks a bunch Kylie

  100. This looks awesome! nice idea and could easily work with printed Instagram photos that come in the 4x4prints! I blog about creative ways to display printed instagram photos at printicular.com/printing-instagram and this is definitely a cool idea!

  101. I did a similar project using a canvas framed with wood; first I painted a background color then taking several family photos, and scrapbooking letters and words. Taping them all underneath the pictures to the canvas then coating with Modge Podge. The canvas was inexpensive, the time I spent creating it was enjoyable and the response from my grandparents when I gave it to them was priceless! Great and creative project that has a lot of heart.

  102. I love it! You may be able to take the glare off with some real fine steel wool. I know it works on poly eurathane to take the gloss away and give it more of a satin look. Maybe try it on something else before you try it on your beautiful collage. Love the idea….thank you!

  103. I think it looks great I am going to do something very similar with all my nephew’s 5 by 7 pics I just want to leave a bit more black showing between pics thanks for the awesome idea <3

  104. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! This is EXACTLY what I’ve been looking for (and I didn’t even know it)!!!

    Just moved into a new place & plan to go back to college next year and trying to minimize spending & items I’ll need to take.

    I want to display a few posters, though, and I calculated it would cost around $300 to buy the posters (11×17) + frames. Printing (i.e. wal-mart/cvs) 8×10 photos and buying frames would cost about half that. I just can’t justify spending that much money right now.

    Tried searching for collage frames and they are insanely expensive, not to mention the photo orientation is not what I want.

    As a last resort, I did a google search for “cheap photo collage ideas” hoping to find something that didn’t look too tacky but was inexpensive and easy enough to make. Found your post and will definitely be making this.

    Thank you!!!!

  105. Good if you don’t live in a humid place! Gator board would work better than foam core. Foam core warps when its humid.

  106. When I tried this I printed my own pictures out at home and my pictures smeared qhen I applied the modge podge 🙁 hoping my pictures dry overnight so I can finish it . Did you have this problem?

  107. Love It will be doing this for many of my pictures!! Thank You So Much…

    I am going to make this for My Husband ( his Navy pictures) for Valentine’s Day!!

  108. This is such a cute idea. I have only one concern. When I work with MP and paper, the paper usually buckels. Did you have that issue? Kudos on your bravery for using old MP. lol

  109. Your photos look wonderful. Your directions are easy to follow and I can’t wait to get started.
    We have a lot of precious photos, but we can’t frame them all. This is a great solution.

  110. Ok, so I seen this blog and thought it was a great idea. I have a lot of pictures laying around and this was the perfect way to display them. I worked all weekend preparing what I wanted to display and have everything ready to spread on the Mod Podge. Well this is where I got scared, sorry to say. Reading some post is saying that their pictures curled or have ruined. Should I be taking my pictures in to have duplicates made before I continue? some are so old, I would hate for them to be ruined. Also, the post just states to tape the pictures down, however I have read elsewhere that the mod podge should be spread out on the board and then place the picture down. Not sure how to proceed.

  111. Just an fyi – I did this and my pictures were ones I printed out. The photo paper warped a bit. I did a thin coat and I think I’ll do another one to try and get them flatter.

    I’m thinking thicker photo paper would work better!!!

  112. I’m really excited to try this!! Yours looks great! How did you measure out the distance between all the photos and make sure that they were spaced evenly?

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    Good luck for the next!

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  115. Hello~ I mod podged regular scrap book paper to foam board before and it totally warped the whole dang project! .. Did yours warp with using the regular photos?? I really want to make a couple of these for my hallway! And I love that it’s so cheap to make 🙂 Thanks!

    1. We tried making one with pictures that were printed on regular paper, and they warped too. The pictures that are printed on actual photo paper are usually thick enough that they don’t warp. Good luck!

  116. I made two last night and another today for my daughters for Christmas. Look fabulous but on each one theres a couple pictures just not sticking, so frustrating. Any suggestions so the pictures don’t lift…. and how do l fix it now that theyre coated? just LOVE this idea-thank you!!

  117. hi I have just seen this and think its brilliant. I would really like to copy the idea but……..can you tell me what I can use in the UK to replace the Mod Podge with thank you

  118. I love it! love it! love it! I am going to save this project and try it myself and have all my little great grands smiling down on me and my husband. Thank you for this great craft idea.

  119. This looks great. U gave me a great idea, for I have so many pics and it would cost too much to do frames, and new photo albums r $20 & up, and u can’t display them like this. Thank you

  120. This is an awesome project for my home! Perfect!
    But will do this project first as a gift to my mother for her birthday and since she is a pastor as well I am arranging a photo that includes each department of groups plus some close members of church…one family.
    Thanks so much for this idea and now I can do the same to my own pictures.

  121. Hi,

    I love ur art work! I’d like to do something similar but in don’t know where to get foam core boards. I’m in Toronto, Canada would I be able to get it at a craft store or a diy store?

    Thnx for ur help

  122. I would skip the double stick tape and just use the Mod Podge to adhere the photos, then cover them with Mod Podge.

  123. Why did u use two foam boards? At what point in the process were they stuck together, or were the holes cut into one of them and it was placed over the top of photos?

    1. Hi Johno, she put two boards right next to each other on the wall (touching)
      The photos are placed right on top of the boards and mod-podged on– no cutting of the foam board
      Hope this helps

  124. i think is the most adorable idea that anyone has had. Way to go!! I ‘m going to make one of all of my friends kids, yours is lovely

  125. I absolutely love this idea! Especially the simplicity AND cost efficiency! I do have one question though, how stable is this? Knowing my luck I would move it and it would snap in half! Is it pretty durable?

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