We got a lot of questions along the lines of “how did he do that?” So, we’re here to answer.
We’ve gathered three, yup three, ways to turn one photo you love into an amazing photo grid.
And, if you want to try it out yourself, use the code GRID5 to get a set of our 4” square prints for free, or a set of 5.5” prints for just $5, plus the cost of shipping.
Is there anything cozier than a candle on a cold day? Probably a fireplace, but we don’t have one in the office.
How about a candle surrounded by your favorite memories in photo form?
Now that is a coziness bonanza, and it turns out photo candle holders aren’t very tough to make! Grab the Mod Podge and follow us for a step-by-step how-to (hyphen-party!).
Washi tape has found the sweet spot(s). It has a spot in our hearts, but also, the perfect spot on the stickiness spectrum.
It’s not so sticky that it’ll damage your walls or photo prints (heaven forbid). It is sticky enough to hold up prints, add color to your home, hang love notes … so many things.
In fact, you can scroll along to see our ten favorite uses for washi tape.
Whether vertical, horizontal or as a creative DIY, you all have a lot of great ideas for hanging your Square Prints in your homes.
We’ve picked a few of our favorite ideas from Parabo users to share with you. So grab a set of square prints and some string. You banner believe, we’ll bring the inspiration.
Scroll along for six creative ways to display your prints.
Valentine’s Day is on its way! And there’s no more thoughtful gift than your photos turned into one-of-a-kind gift.
Not sure what to make for your sweetie? Our Love-o-Meter is here to let you know just the perfect gift, based on the depth of your love.
Call us Metallica because we love metal. Well, photos printed on metal.
They’re crazy vibrant and crisp, extra durable and the way they’re made is almost magic. No, better than magic … science!
Take a peek into our production facility (aka our print party palace) and see just how we turn your photos into metallic magic.
Oh, there’s already a group called Metallica, you say? Fine, call us Parabo Press.