Wow! What a whirlwind the last two weeks have been! Between the end of school, dance recital, baseball, dances, holidays, etc., I stepped away from my list of storage and display ideas for school pictures. I am dedicating the next several posts to summing up the ideas I have collected thus far!
While perusing through our local Big Box store I came upon some new album ideas that I didn’t know existed! They gave me some great thoughts when it came to organizing extra pictures, as well as pictures from past years, in a way that is easily accessible.
1. This album is designed to store 1-5×7 and 1-4×6 or 3-4×6’s per page. I used it to display a 5×7 from past years and the coordinating smaller pictures that we didn’t end up handing out. This makes it really easy to grab the extra wallet to use for a fun craft!
2. If you would like a smaller option, this album is designed for 1-5×7 or 2-4×6’s per page. I used it to hold the 5×7’s from past years, and slid any remaining pictures behind the larger image.3. This album option, is the same 8×10 album that my mom used for our pictures when I was a kid. It has the repositionable adhesive to adhere the prints and a plastic cover. This is great to display any photos up to the 8×10 size. If you have yearly 8×10’s or activity ProMates (displayed below), this is a great option!
4. Finally, I did not purchase one, but Amazon sells pocket albums that will hold 2-5×7’s or 1-8×10 per page. This would be another great option for easy access to larger prints!