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Here are 5 creative ways to share your Facebook pictures. 

share your FB photos


1- Make a digital Photo book!   This is really easy and fun.  You can just download the app on Facebook- Photopad.   It will let you turn your FB photos into a digital book to share with family and friends.  You can watch a few videos on how to do it here.  Or you can follow them on Facebook to get more fun little tips (I do!).


2- Print them out and turn them into jewelry.   Last year for my friend’s birthday, I took a screenshot of her profile picture.  It was of her snuggling with her baby.  I printed it out and turned it into a necklace.  I took the picture and placed it on a small metal disk  or wooden disk and used Mod Podge to ‘glue’ the picture onto the disk.  I bought a little chain and that was it!  It was beautiful.
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3- Make a calendar!
This would be so easy with Facebook because you could easily copy someone’s profile picture to use for their name.
To make this, just click this link: DIY Family Birthday  Sign and use the instructions, but instead of writing the names, I would use the Mod Podge to glue a picture onto each disk.  I would then write their birthday date (example: 16 for me because I am August 16th) on top of the picture, very small.
DIY family birthday sign with instructions

4- Make and send a digital card.   Use PhotoPad to send a card with your Facebook photos.   You can get creative and make a theme card.   Here is one that I was working on earlier… celebrating our little girl turning two.
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You can make digital postcards, too:
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5- Keep them as your own online scrapbook.  
My friend  told me once that she uses Facebook to keep her own online scrapbook.  She posts funny things that her kids say and she puts on adorable pictures… all for her own reference.   She keeps most of her pictures private or customizes it so that only a select few can see them, but she can view them anytime and remember that moment from the picture.

I hope that these ideas sparked a little creativity in you!   Have fun creating!  

Hi there!

I’m Becky, a former elementary school teacher turned certified child development therapist and blogger. I work at home with my husband and together we are raising (and partially homeschooling) our four children in the Carolinas. I love diet coke, ice cream, and spending time with my family.

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