#TBT - 10+ Krafty Uses for Your Duplicate Photos

I've recently been working to get all of my photos organized and if you're like me you have boxes and boxes of photos that include piles of duplicates. Instead of letting them just sit there why not give them to friends and family or make one-of-a-kind holiday cards.

My favorite idea is to throw them in a photo safe box for you and your kids to use in craft projects. I love making crafts with my extra photos, sometimes I even order extra prints if I have a specific project in mind. I can't wait to make some of these projects I found on Pinterest, especially the key chains, the photo wall collage and the mini calendars will make great gifts for the holidays.

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Wall Picture Collage from Bits of Everything

Polaroid Photo Wall Collage from Apartment Therapy

How to Make Your Own Photo Key-chain from Coupon Closet

DIY Photo Lampshades from Under The Sycamore

How to Make Photo Coasters from The Frugal Girls

Instagram Calendar from A Beautiful Mess

DIY Personalized Photo Gifts from eHow

Fabulous Photo Puzzle Ideas

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Popsicle Stick Photo Puzzles from Mom Endeavors

Wooden Block Father's Day Photo Puzzle from eHow

Lego Picture Puzzle from I Can Teach My Child


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What do you do with all of your duplicate photos?
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