Doesn't this wall look awesome? And a lot of work, you're probably thinking. But look closer, and you'll find that those aren't actual Instax Wide prints tacked onto the wall, but color copies of them.Elsie at A Beautiful Mess had always wanted a wall in her home completely covered with photos, but time (in pasting them to her wall, not to mention taking all those photos) and cost (Instax film adds up!) kept her from doing so.
That is, until she came up with the idea to "wallpaper" her wall with color copies of the photos she did have so far. Though they're not real photos and they do tile (as 11x17 prints), the design was easy to execute and eventually, she can replace the repeating photos with new ones.
To see how she did it, check out the DIY on A Beautiful Mess.
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(Image: A Beautiful Mess)