Yes, you have read that right. I am cracking out the C word; shocking, right? I personally love Christmas and I like to get into the Christmas spirit after the two-minute silence for the Poppy appeal. As you can tell I am not wasting any time, and I already have a Christmas Tree Photo Wall in my room. I haven’t used your typical Christmas photos, as I simply don’t have very many, so I decided to go with mainly holiday photos, as that’s what I like to look back on.
A huge thank you goes to Printiki for working with me on this, as I love their prints and use them for my scrapbook, which I love adding to. The prints are always stunning quality, and the order process is really easy too.
The photo wall costs £12, and you get to pick 40 photos, with a free star for the top too. I found it quite hard to pick 40 photos, but you can use photos from Facebook, Instagram, Dropbox, One Drive or you can upload them from your computer, and they don’t have to all be from one place either, as you can mix and match.
The only thing you will need to buy separately is the stuff to stick the photos to the wall. I ended up getting these ones from Staples, but I somehow managed to run out halfway through, so I had to make a quick trip to a store to pick up some more. I put three on the back, but you could definitely get away with only using two.
When you’re about to stick your photos on the wall I would advise laying them out somewhere first. I used my bed, and put the photos out in an order I was happy with to then put on the wall. It makes it much easier this way, and you can make sure that you’re happy with it.
One thing I wish used more the first time I put mine up was to use the template. I didn’t use it when I first put my photos up, as I of course somehow thought that I knew better, (I don’t know why either), but when I finished, it didn’t look great, and the top of the tree wasn’t aligned with the bottom of the tree. It looked like I had decided to make the Leaning Tower of Pisa instead, which is good and all, but it wasn’t the desired outcome. I then decided to use the card to start realigning and it looks much better with everything in line. Moral of the story, use the template, as it makes the whole thing so much easier.
Overall I am incredibly happy with my photos and it is such a great way to have them displayed. You can also get a heart template, if Christmas isn’t your thing. My only advice would be to follow the template, and then you can’t go wrong. I also think I’ll be ordering more prints in the future to add to the wall, as you can easily turn it from a Christmas Tree, to a feature wall full of memories.
Again a huge thank you to Printiki for sending me this, it is such a good idea and it is so much fun to put up. You can also get free shipping with my code: GBWRZJBK
Are you getting into the Christmas Spirit?
Thank you for reading!