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  • Streets in Paris...
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    Streets in Paris... by Julia Dávila-Lampe
  • UO DIY Decorating with Instax
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    This holiday, deck the halls with your favorite friends and memories. See our DIY tutorials on decorating with Instax film, so the season can be as personalized as possible. If you're dying to get your hands on your very own Instax camera, then you're in luck! We're throwing a contest with Fujifilm and one winner will get (drumroll, please): a $500 UO gift card, one Instax Smartphone Printer and two boxes of Instax Mini Film. Everything you need to get your instant photo DIY dreams off the ground. If you'd like to enter, you must follow Urban Outfitters on Instagram and post an image to your account showing how you decorate using photographs. (U.S. residents only, please!) Make sure to include the hashtags #UOInstaxagram and #UOContest in the caption field or your entry won't be counted! Contest runs from 11/16-12/14, so get snapping! For more details click here. Instax Place Settings For a completely personalized place setting, use Instax photos of your friends as their place settings. If you have the Instax printer, you can print these out ahead of time, but it's also fun to set up a photoshoot station at your next party and snap your guests on their way in. This gives your table a cute personalized touch and also gives your guest a fun memory of the night to take home. Instax Tree If your apartment or dorm doesn't have the space for a regular, real tree, then one that hangs on the wall is the next best thing. For this DIY, we used the Instax printer to print out a photo of a pine tree. While it may look complicated, it's actually pretty simple (just time consuming). All you need to do is find a photo of a tree you like and then manually crop it into Instax-able sized portions. This one took a lot of Instax film, but using a smaller template means less photos. If you don't have the patience for cropping, another fun (and personal!) way to make a wall tree is by arranging photos you already have into the shape of a tree. Simply outline a triangle on your wall and fit your photos in wherever you'd like. The easiest way to hang them up is with double-sided tape: easy to apply, easy to remove, and generally leaves walls mark-free. To ramp up the Christmas spirit, hang string lights around your final product. Insta-tree! Instax-inspired String Lights For a more personal touch on classic string lights, we hung up Instax photos of our favorite moments to help make them stand out a little more. For this DIY, all you need are a couple sets of string lights (we used these), an assortment of photos, and mini clothespins. To hang the string lights, we wrapped the wire around nails, but if you're unable to put so many deep holes in your walls thumbtacks work just as well and leave less of a mark. Once your string lights are hung up, all you need to do is hang your photos where you want them. It's that easy! This is easy to do in the bedroom or living, and gives your room that cozy glow that makes the holidays feel that much more magical. Shop Instax To see more Instax-inspired ideas, follow UO on Instagram
  • Tumblr Tuesday Lucy Hewett
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    We’re always scouring Tumblr for up-and-coming artists, photographers and interesting people to follow. On Tumblr Tuesdays we dig a little deeper, introducing you to a new person whose point-of-view we’re reblogging this week. Chicago-based photographer Lucy Hewett can do it all. From shooting musicians for Billboard to snapping shots of artfully arranged food, there's a little bit of everything in Lucy's portfolio. We're particularly fond of some of the more personal photos that Lucy has shared on her Tumblr, ranging from trips out to the deserts of New Mexico to the chilly shores of Boston. Her Instagram shots are often colorful, detailed close-ups of what she sees in her travels, the perfect companion to her Tumblr posts. Here, we take a look at some of our favorite photos from Lucy, and look forward to seeing what else she'll be snapping in the new year. Boston, from Lucy's personal work Tanque Verde Ranch, Saguaro National Park, AZ BØRNS backstage at Lollapalooza this past summer Saguaro National Park The Desert Diaries, New Mexico Follow Lucy on Tumblr and Instagram To see more from our favorite photographers follow UO on Tumblr
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    my mind is so expensive, it's impossible to keep up.
  • Pinterest: Discover and save creative ideas
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