Vintage Stamper Photo Display

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I love to use vintage items to display old photos, 
they make the old photos look so authentic...

Vintage photo display using old stampers and wire www.homeroad.net
In the past I did a project where I used old spools and curled my own wire to hold old photos. 

This time I got the wire to hold my photos from the thrift store where I found a wire photo holder and cut off all the wires that held the photographs.

I'm using vintage stampers for this project.  I drilled a small hole into the top of the stamper handle and used E6000 glue to hold the photo wire in the hole.

Vintage photo display using old stampers and wire www.homeroad.net

It was the perfect fit!

Vintage photo display using old stampers and wire www.homeroad.net

Vintage photos just stick into the loops of the wire...

Vintage photo display using old stampers and wire www.homeroad.net

It is a great nostalgic look! 

Vintage photo display using old stampers and wire www.homeroad.net

Here are a few other interesting photo displays... click the pictures to view.




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2 comments

  1. Such a sweet idea. Love the old photos! So any word on the Massapequa store opening????

    Jeanine

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  2. I love these! What a great idea to cut off pieces and re-use another photo holder. Very creative! Thanks Susan for sharing at Vintage Inspiration Party.

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