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5 Easy Ways To Print Your Instagram Photos
The photo sharing filter app now has a community of over
15 million users 25 million users, some of which are taking part in worldwide ‘InstaMeets’, where Instagram fans congregate in their home cities to discuss photography and anything else on their minds (the next Manchester InstaMeet is Sunday 11th March for anyone interested).
Instagram transforms rubbish camera users into talented photographers thanks to its romantic filtering and dreamy, 70s-style special effects. Luckily the app lets us share our masterpieces with our followers, but sometimes a digital photo just isn’t enough. There are a number of startups and specialist printing companies catching onto Instagram printing, so if you want to turn your digital Instagram snaps into keepsakes, I’ve listed a few of my favourite sites below.
Blurb lets you create your own very own Instagram book – choose from soft or hardback covers and how many pages you want your book to contain. Prices start from £7.95.
Turn your dreamy photos into personalised fridge magnets with Stickygram. The UK-based company will deliver your magnets within 2-4 days.
Prinstagram is US-based company but they do offer shipping to the UK. You can create your own Instagram poster with as many photos as you like and you can also purchase Polaroid style prints. Shipping to the UK takes 2-5 weeks (but worth the wait).
Another US-based site that unfortunately doesn’t ship to the UK but is definitely worth a mention. Canvaspop allows you to transform your abstract prints into wall art. Special filters are used to ensure your photo keeps its quality when blown up and printed onto the canvas.
We thought we’d share some Instagram snaps from our personal feeds to give you some inspiration: