I've had a Fuji Instax mini camera for many years and love taking it with me on family trips. It's fun to document parts of the trip the old fashioned analog way. My kids get a kick out of it too and love taking pictures of each other. Most the time we'll tape up the polaroids on a wall in parts of our house or down the stairs that lead to our basement.
At camp Meta we provided guests with polaroid photos of themselves as well as their choice of one of the multicolored tramp style frames. I thought it would be fun for guests to document their "stay" and put it in a cute frame as well. The tramp style of frames fit perfectly with the Pacific Northwest look I had going on.
Luckily I had some darling colorful card stock paper options from American Crafts. As well as an amazing printer that cut the frames out for me! All I had to do was design them in illustrator and upload them onto cricut's site. It was really easy, and that's coming from someone who is NOT tech savvy at all.
We've had a very busy summer (more on all that later) and had some opportunities to visit some beautiful places. I love how some of my polaroids from our trips turned out. It's not always easy getting the exposure correct (there are only four light settings represented by icons: house, cloudy, semi sunny, and sunny). It definitely makes it exciting when waiting to see how your picture turned out.
The colorful tramp frames are a fun way to make your polaroid look that much more important. I love how it turned out. I put some of our pictures by my bedside, and can have a constant reminder of the wonderful memories we made this summer.
If you'd like to make some of your own frames click here for the free download.