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Fujifilm Instax Mini 8

Hi everyone! Let me start off and say thank you so much for my first few followers! I am new to blogging and when I saw that some people recognized my posts I was so happy. I just wanted to put a thank you out to everyone who has visited my blog!

Today, I am going to write about the Fujifilm mini 8. I have just recently purchased one and I am very pleased with it so far. If you don’t know what it is, the Fujifilm mini is an instant camera that spits out a credit card sized photo whenever you take a picture. The best thing is that the pictures develop in minutes. You don’t have to wait forever to capture your best memories. My instant camera is light blue and it is kind of like my guilty pleasure. I say this because I did not really need this but I gave in and bought it. And let me tell you, I absolutely love it. Now that spring has come around, all of the flowers are blooming here in North Carolina. There are so many great picture opportunities with the greenery. It is a great feeling to have a cute little polaroid picture of your memories. To store some of my pictures, I have a mini photo album for some but I also have recently decorated my room with them. To do this I hung two strands of burlap string on my wall and attached clips to it. Then I bought some dried flowers from the craft store to hang around the strings. Lastly, I hung the photos. It is very simple but it is still urban and chic. I have a lot of fun with this little camera and I think it’s a great concept. It is a modern flashback from the past. That’s all I have for this post, I hope you enjoy!

Until next time,

                         Emma

 

*this article is not sponsored. I am giving my honest opinions on the products I own*

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