Make A Dry Erase To-Do List From Instant Photos

Make A Dry Erase To-Do List From Instant Photos

Sarah Rae Smith
Jul 19, 2010

Any chance we get to turn the boring things in our life into something a little more special, well choo choo, we're all aboard! If you're looking to dress up the front of your fridge and make your average to-do list a little more graphic, check out these simple steps to see how you can dress things up with the help from your instant photos!

Our friends over at Photojojo are always finding great ways to integrate practical uses of photography into the home and with the wave of new instant cameras, we love seeing ways to display our work without stashing them away in a shoe box somewhere.

You can use instant prints you already have or shoot new ones, just make sure you're using packet films like Polaroid 600, SX-70, Spectra or Fuji Instax films — the old school peel apart kinds will make more of a permanent list instead of dry-erase.

The process is as simple as using a little creativity to capture the shot you want, attaching magnet strips to the back and writing away! We can see the idea working well for small notes, lists and just plain old fun around your office or at home. Remember to take pictures with bright, bold colors in them and think about the spaces where you'll write when shooting.
Check out all the details with step by step photos over at Photojojo .

(Image: Photojojo)

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