Scrapbooking Instax Photos | Fujifilm Instax Mini 7s

Scrapbooking Instax Photos | Fujifilm Instax Mini 7s | UK fashion blog | Stylonylon

Killing time checking out tech stuff at Singapore airport, I came across this ever so pretty Fujifilm Instax Mini 7s (there’s a really good bundle of the 7s + film here). I’m a blogger FGS, how could I resist? 

I’m not the best with film but I’ve taken a few snaps already and was immediately wondering how best to display them. Of course, there are purpose-made albums and cool wall ideas but since I’d bought a whole load of washi tape at the airport bookshop and I had a lovely little notebook (Christmas prezzie) I thought it’d be nice to make a little scrapbook instead.

Just a quick how to on the camera… It’s pretty full proof. The film slots in at the back. You turn it on by pulling out the lens and wait for the flashing red lights to go green. There are four settings for brightness, indoors, shade, clear and bright and you select the appropriate ones (should be a cinch, right?). The first shot is a blank and then you have 10 photos to take before the film runs out. I’ve already stocked up – there seem to be all sorts of places selling the film at different prices so worth researching a bit. Urban Outfitter’s film is probably amongst the priciest…

I also ordered a little protective case as my new year’s mission is to take better care of my cameras, and with a (splurge!) amazing new bag on the way, I reckon I can take this and my Stylus 1 out and about with me quite easily. Nothing makes me happier than going places and photographing them, and an invite is all the better – going to head over to a chocolate lover’s heaven today or tomorrow, so stay tuned.

What about you? How do you store photos? Are you familiar with the Fujifilm Instax range? And has anyone got this, the Fujifilm Instax Mini 90, just saw it on You Tube today – you have a lot more control over settings and it looks incredible! Already feel an Instax collection coming on!

ps. For the photos up top I used Rad Lab to get a insta film look…

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  1. Hey! Glad you’re enjoy long the little instax! I’ve done the same with my instax photos – washi taped them to a little notebook. Except my notebook is so full of pics that it bulges and won’t close! I was wondering, has the same happened to you? I dunno what to do apart from rearrange them in a large a4 size book so they’re not all squashed together 🙁 x