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Travel Photos Confetti Display – Plus DIY Printables Guide

Photo Confetti

Travel Wall Photo Confetti

Travel Photos Display

So I was trying to figure out a way of displaying some travel photos, and decided to arrange a bunch of tiny photos on one sheet in Photoshop – photo confetti style. I was a bit worried about how the quality of the tiny pictures would turn out. But it turned out great.

I created two versions. The first is of the cities I’ve lived/worked in: London, Ho Chi Minh, New York, Kuala Lumpur, and Dubai. This one I decided to create in black and white.

Photo Cities White

The second version is confetti of travel photos, including the trip to Thailand I came back from last week. This one was done in color.

Travel Photos Collage

I also tried doing the cities one with a black background, but liked the white one better.

Cities Black Version

Doing It Yourself: This will be much easier to do in Photoshop or Gimp. But it can also be done in PowerPoint. The images below that you can download are in the ‘png’ format, this means that there are holes where the circles are. So you don’t have to create this part of the image.

So just take the masked images below to your program of choice, arrange the photos behind it, and then it is off to the printers. The printable images below are meant for A4 sizes. Hope that helps.

When you click to the white background downloads, the image is there – it is just pure white so you can’t see it. Just right click and save.

 Seven Rows Black

Seven Rows White

One Row Black

One Row White

New York City Printable

What The New York City Printable Looks Like (Download the full size version with the link above)

New York City Printable

Both Picture Frames

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May 12, 2013 in DIY, Made By HtA

5 Responses to Travel Photos Confetti Display – Plus DIY Printables Guide

  1. onel May 17, 2013 at 1:40 am #

    These are beautiful. I love the neat and smart look of them and the way you chose the images to be in grayscale or color.

    • Jacob May 18, 2013 at 12:55 am #

      Hi Onel, thanks.

  2. Eric May 17, 2013 at 4:17 am #

    This is such a great idea! I’m moving soon to work in a new city/country so this would be a great way to take a little bit of where I am now and furnish my new place with it.

    • Jacob May 18, 2013 at 12:56 am #

      Hi Eric, Thanks for stopping by. Yeh I’m going to be trying out a few more ideas for displaying photos around the home.

  3. Valérie S. August 10, 2013 at 9:14 pm #

    Loving it. A good way to point out THE thing to see. Thanks

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