Why limit yourself to small size pictures when you can opt for huge blow ups to fill up entire walls! Provided that the resolution of the image is good enough, you should opt for large versions of your pictures, either on canvases or photographic papers. These large blow ups can be effectively used to decorate your home, rather than using standard art purchased from local stores.
You can print your travel pictures and stick them on the door of your closet. These images would remind you of the good times you shared with your family, every time you step in to get dressed. You can also use these pictures to decorate various objects in your home, for instance, doors, wall clocks, bookcases etc., bringing about some uniqueness to your place and also exhibiting your personality.
If you are someone who likes sending out postcards to friends and family members, there’s nothing better than using the photographs taken by you, instead of the generic $ 1 post cards from local stores. You can easily get such postcards printed on the Internet, or even from the local photo shops. The gesture would surely be a hit with the recipients!
Despite being the easiest, this one is the most overlooked idea of all. Rather than purchasing fridge magnets from the tourist shops, you could use your own photographs to create them, and put them on your refrigerator, to constantly remind you of the good times. A few trips to a handful of international locations can fill up the entire fridge space!
Although not the most creative idea, people often underestimate the importance of creating photo albums these days. Feeling a photographic paper with your hands feels just as great as it used to 2 or 3 decades ago. Furthermore, printed photographs have a comparatively longer lifespan than the digital ones. These printed versions would be your only memory of the good times if (unfortunately) you experience a hard-drive crash or social media account hack.