Polaroids + Window Frame

Feb 28, 2012

I've never once mentioned to Josh that I was interested in buying a Diana style camera, and turns out he knows me better than I think.
For Valentine's Day he got me something better: a Polaroid Land camera

It takes Diana style pics, but prints them instantly!

Finding film for it was a challenge, but last weekend we bought 5 packs of film and got busy!
. . . or at least got busy trying.

We went through about 3 packs before we finally got the hang of things and actually got some good shots!

Here are some of my favorites: 

These aren't polaroids, these are just snapshots from my phone while we were having our little polaroid photoshoot

Anyways, a while back when Ellie and I went antique shopping, I found this old window and I've been trying my hardest to figure out something to do with it.
 (Not really, it's just been chillin in the back of my car for a few weeks, but isn't it great???)

So I picked out a few of my favorite polaroids . . .

. . . and ever so neatly arranged them on the window.



Jenn @ What You Make It said...

This is incredibly cool! I love your new camera and frame : ) What a great idea for an antique window!



Amira said...

You are so creative!!! I love, love, love the antique frame :-) And great pictures by the way! Did you get the 50mm?

Courtney B said...

What an awesome man you have :) So sweet of him!
I loooooove what you did with the polaroids and the window! I might have to steal that idea for my home :)

Shannon @ Bungalow960 said...

That's a really good idea. I think there is a website that sells rare polaroid film if you ever can't find any.

Anonymous said...

Ohhh I'm so jealous, I've always wanted to have a polaroid camera! And these photos that came out riht are so precious :) Nice window frame-idea too! ^^

- Indie by Heart

Emily said...

thank y'all for all the sweet comments!
amira-yesm, i got the lens for my bday back in november, but i rarely get to play with it, it works so well! its just hard to get used to standing so far away from everything!
shannon-oh my, had no idea! tell me tell me

Kym+Dustin said...

OOOOHHHHH! That is BEAUTIFUL!!!!! Good job lady!

lori said...

i love what you have done! this is SO cute. come make one for me... please?

Breakfast at the Zemke's said...

This brings a small tear to my eye. Why oh why did they stop making polaroid film?


Abi said...

Love love how the pictures look in that old window! It's perfect!!

Niina - My Paper Chaos said...

Gorgeous! I want a Polaroid camera so bad :) Love the pictures!

Hope you're having a good week!

ms.composure said...

stumbled onto your blog and just wanted to leave you a little blog luv! Def enjoyed reading this post!!def a super cute idea!!


Rebecca said...

I love that idea! I'm going to have to try it!

Girls Love Fried Pickles said...

Love this post. Now I want one of those cameras. How cool!

Unknown said...

How did you adhere the pics to the window? I'm doing a transparent pic to glass project for my daughters wedding so I was just curious. thanks.

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