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LED Photo Clip Light Strings Are a Fun Alternative to Picture Frames

 |  |  |  September 22, 2017


These days, most of us only have our latest photos in digital form. But sometimes it’s nice to have prints of our pictures so we can frame and display them around the house. Whether you snap traditional 35mm images, get your digital images printed, or use that shiny new-old Polaroid camera that just came out, here’s a fun and different way to hang your images.

These LED photo clips are basically just like Christmas lights, but each light sits behind a see-through clothespin. Simply hang up the light string, clip them to the corners of your photos, and you have a fun and instant display that doesn’t require any of the hassle of putting pictures in frames and carefully hanging them up.

I love the idea that you can change the pictures whenever you want too. So when your family comes over, you can swap all your embarrassing, drunken party pictures for your embarrassing, awkward childhood pictures. They’re also a fun way to brighten up a party with photos of the honored guest(s).

There are a few different companies selling these LED photo clips over on Amazon, and the prices range from about $10 to $20 (USD) for a string of 30 or 40 lights, so they’re not expensive at all. If you’d rather do something more splashy, there’s also a multicolor string available.



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