Cut and glue the 'grams
For the straightest edges, an X-acto knife works best. Set a ruler along your cut line, and run your X-act along it to cut out your photos. (You can also use scissors, if you like.)
Tip: For a shortcut version of this project, skip to Step 7. Simply turn your photo paper version into a magnet.
To fortify the back of your Instagrams, you'll be cutting out squares from the mat or illustration board you picked up at the art shop.
Use a pencil to draw a grid of 2x2 inch squares. Now cut out the squares the same way you did your Instagrams.
Glue your Instagrams to each mat square with regular glue or a dab of Mod-Podge glaze and let it dry.
March 12, 2013 6:00 AM PDT
Photo by: Lisbeth Ortega/Photojojo
| Caption by: Lisbeth Ortega
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