I sustain myself with the love of family
Clear glass beads turn photocopied photos into tiny works of art. You can pick up glass beads from art-supply shops. I’ve used Pva glue to attach small-scaled images to the underneath of the glass, as the glue dries clear. When dry, trim paper edges with scissors. You could also add a magnetic backing to turn them into fridge magnets, or just scatter them on a table or desk for a personalised display.
Fold cardboard to fit a small box and mount pictures directly onto the card to create a customised accordion album – perfect for recording a family event or celebration. decorate the box and it makes a lovely gift.
Think outside the frame
You don’t have to use conventional frames to exhibit your photos – instead, use interesting objects as props. My favourite is an old typewriter I found at a garage sale; the photos slide easily into the keys and the carriage mechanism. I’ve mostly used sepia images to embrace that vintage look.