Gallery walls are such a great way to display a lot of wonderful memories. There’s nothing like a big wall full of fabulous photos! Sadly, there are only so many walls to hang pictures on, but there are an unlimited number of scrapbook pages! Fill up your layouts with photos and frames for galleries of memories.
(All images are linked for credits)
I love the way team member Jenn Lindsey mixed different frame styles and patterned papers for a cozy feeling gallery wall layout.
You can repeat the use of the same frame for a more uniform look.
The frames don’t have to be for photos only – I scanned several of my daughter’s watercolor paintings for this layout.
This layout by Mimi digital recreated a home gallery wall setting. So fun!
A collection of framed photos is a great way to showcase a special someone. This layout by Bush Girl highlights her son’s silly side.
I love the mixture of frames and the “stage” of the gallery wall in Karah’s layout.
Cinzia shows us on this darling layout that paper frames are just as fun to use for a gallery wall look.
If you want to create some gallery wall layouts of your own, be sure to check your kits and embellishments for frames. Here are a few resources to help you out:
- Tips and tricks for using frames on layouts
- Study real-life gallery walls
- Follow our wall displays pinboard on Pinterest
We’d love to see your gallery wall inspired layouts so be sure to post them in our Flickr group.
P.S. The title graphic was created with 3 Paper Peonies Instant Photo, A Day in the Life, and Sketchbook kits. Font is MTF Pork Chop.