Making A Tennis Ball Photo Holder Is As Easy As 1-2-3

Making A Tennis Ball Photo Holder Is As Easy As 1-2-3

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Sarah Rae Smith
Feb 8, 2010

Sometimes frames aren't needed when it comes to photo display. This kid friendly solution makes displaying your favorite ones a snap. With no glass to break, they're an easy and inexpensive DIY that can be customized in oh so many ways!

Our friends over at Photojojo have reminded us of this simple photo holder idea and given you a step-by-step tutorial just in case you need a little direction.

We love that there isn't anything to break (not that we've ever had a game of indoor-football get a little crazy) and that it's something that can be customized with simple adornments, perfect for little fingers and all ages of kids. Small curls of pipe cleaner hold each ball in place so everything stays in place until you're ready to change it out!

Make sure to check out tennis balls that might be different colors. Don't just check the sports aisle at your local retailers, quite often the $1-$5 "inexpensive sections" of your favorite big box retailer have tennis balls geared for dogs that come in all sorts of craaaazy colors!

(via: Photojojo)
(Images: Photojojo)

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