(Image credit: Apartment Therapy )
Perhaps it's a shoebox full of old family photos or a desire to do something creative with your Flickr feed, this DIY project is a keen way to transfer photographic memories into decorated and/or wearable items using Photoshop, printer transparency paper, and light sensitive dye...

What You'll Need:

  • Photoshop or similar image editing application
  • Printer that can print onto 8.5 x 11″ transparencies
  • Sewing Pattern
  • Fabric
  • Photo Fabric Dye
  • Negatives
  • Scissors
  • Scotch Tape
  • Masking Tape
  • Sponge Brush
  • Water
  • Measuring Cup or Mixing Bowl
  • Portable Hard Surface to work on
  • Additive Free Sop
  • Washing Machine
  • Sewing Machine

PhotoJojo breaks down the how-to into 10 steps, the hardest for newbies being cutting out a pattern. After readying the fabric, it's all a matter of "painting" the fabric with Photo Fabric Dye and letting UV do its magic.

(Image credit: Apartment Therapy )
And as the video below shows, one doesn't have to limited to smaller personal items like a skirt or a pillowcase (though, I'd lean towards a pillowcase as an ideal 1st try project). Those with higher aspirations could upholster a whole armchair with personalized photos from your family archives...or perhaps you Instagram feed!

Images: PhotoJojo