Anybody else out there feel like their Instagram photos are the best of the bunch? Even after a long vacation to an exotic land, it seems our favorite photos aren't the ones taken with thousand-dollar gear, but the ones snapped on-the-fly of nearly anything and everything and run through vintage-style filters. Keep those memories alive with these small gifts that take your Instagram photos offline.
Whether you're looking for a gift for a smartphone photographer, or you want to memorialize your own photos, these gifts are a creative way to get your 'Grams down on paper--or fabric, plastic and stone.
HOW MUCH: $25 for four coasters
The square shape of Instagram is kind of it's trademark, but if you're willing to round the corners, Coastermatic takes four of your favorite photos and makes you a set of drink coasters for your table, bar or desk.
HOW MUCH: $4 for 2"x2" Teeny Tile, up to $35 for 12"x12" Slab
Ever wanted to tile your kitchen backsplash with photos? Now, you can. Imagesnap turns your Instagrams into ceramic tiles to use as magnets, art or to actually tile your space with.
A Desk Calendar
HOW MUCH: $40
Need creative sustinence? A 'Gram a day should hold you over. Printstagram can create a tear-away desktop calendar from 365 of your Instagram photos. You can also find stickers, books and posters on Prinstagram to match.
HOW MUCH: $14.99 for a sheet of 9
Take your Instagram grid to yuor fridge or file cabinet with this sheet of magnets. They're 50mmx50mm each, or about the same size as they show up on your iPhone.
A Phone or Tablet Case
HOW MUCH: $55 for an iPad case, $40 or less for smartphones
Wrap your Instagramming device of choice in a shell covered from your own photos. Use the design lab at Casetagram to arrange your photos in a grid, dots, houndstooth, a heart shape or one big photo.
HOW MUCH: $14 for a book of 90 stickers
Leave your mark on the luddite world with a book of stickers made from your Instagram photos. What you do with them is up to you, but we think they're a stellar way to put a personal touch on gift wrap or greeting cards.
(Images: As linked above)