Standing Shadowbox from Wisteria: $129 The shadowbox is a Victorian idea that developed into fine art by the likes of Joseph Cornell. It's the perfect way to arrange your own assemblage of two- and three-dimensional artifacts. 2. Wakefield Chandelier from Pottery Barn: $199 This chandelier provides a gallery in the round for a rotating display of letters, post cards, photos, sketches or recipe cards.
3. String and Clothespin Gallery: $ almost free We snagged this easy peasy idea from Katrina's office makeover in a previous post. If budget is an issue, then you can't go wrong with string and clothespins to show off cards and photos. 4. Salt Shaker Photo Stand: DIY This one is for the crafty types . . .Whimsy Love posted a great, simple tutorial to re-purpose salt and pepper shakers into photo stands. A little grouping of these would be fun perched on a bookshelf or mantle with other found objects. 5. Clustered Artwork and Memorabilia: $ free As seen in a former post, clusters of photos and cards function as one piece of art to define an area. These can be attached directly to a wall, pinned on a bulletin board, or tucked around the edges of a fancy mirror. What is your favorite way to display your keepsakes? Or do you feel that keepsakes are better left kept away for the sake of visitors? Related Posts: DIY Inspiration: Rustic Art Display by Brenda Biondo Frame a Keepsake with Re-used Glass No Frame Required: Photo Display Ideas