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How To Create Glass Prints With Your Photographs

Take your photographs and create glass prints with them. You can photograph nature, mountains or even family and turn them into works of art.

Glass Prints

As a mom, wife, and blogger photographs are extremely precious to me because they remind me of fun times with loved ones or cool things I stumble upon on my travels! I wanted to display some of my favorite photographs in a special way, so I decided to try glass art. This is a unique and easy way to decorate your walls in your home or your space. I love bright green plants, so I took the morning off and rode my bike to the nearby river and marsh area. Found some beautiful green plants and started clicking away.

What Is Glass Prints

Glass prints is a new way to turn your digital images into physical prints. Rather than using traditional paper print framed and hung on the wall, You can directly prints your photograph onto glass, turning the print itself into a frame.

What Kind Of Photograph Can You USe.

It’s very important to use high resolution photographs. You can purchase high resolution photographs or you can use a digital camera is what I used. I took photographs of outdoor plants in my neighborhood that turned out beautiful.

For high resolution images you can use Shutter Stock, DreamTime or even using editor Canva has a section for photographs. As long as your not selling them it is ok to use them. If you are planning to sell them it be best to have a digital camera and photograph the subject yourself.

There are a few companies that products glass prints from your photographs. I choose Fracture. Their website was very easy to use. Decide what size glass prints you want. I choose a specific size 9 by 10 size. I wanted all 4 images of the leaves to be along side each other.

My Fracture packaged arrived in a protected board, which also included the hanging supplies. It was quite easy to hang. The screw does not need any anchor,  so all you do is screw it into the wall.

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If you love the natural decor, check other posts of mine here!

This is a sponsored post, my opinions are mine.


    1. Thanks Roxanne, they are quite unique and they look so rich and unique on my walls.

    1. Brooke
      They are really popular and its a new thing, the company seems to be very innovative. Thanks for stopping by Maria

  1. Maria, I LOVE these! I’m ready to look for photos to do this with. Or, like you — go out and take some new ones! Just beautiful.

  2. These are beautiful! I’ve never heard of this product before. These would make fabulous gifts. Pinned!

    1. Wendy, they are so unique and make great gifts. Creating a photo into glass picture frame.
      Thanks for stopping by

  3. Hi Marie: I really enjoyed the fresh greens of the photographs. They would brighten any room you place them in..

    1. Patti
      You are a sweetheart, thanks for stopping to read this nature post.

  4. They are lovely. Like you said te possibilities are endless.

  5. these are very unique and beautiful. Are they sheer or opaque? I am wondering if they would work in a window or as a suncatcher? What do you think?

    1. Thanks Paula, they are not sheer, opaque is a good term, If you put them in a window the light won’t go through them because the backing is matted. They are mostly for hanging on walls or anything you like. Your dogs on your blog are beautiful. I was thinking of doing a wall of my pets next. Let me know if you have any other questions.

  6. I love decorating with photos. Looking forward to checking these out:)

  7. Beautiful idea! I love incorporating nature photography into decor.

  8. I’ve actually heard about them before! On a podcast no less, love the pics you chose

  9. Those pictures are beautiful! I love how simple the idea is, but with stunning results. The colors that pop on the pictures are great too.

    1. Thanks Emily, Since I have done it, I am thinking of creating little glass coasters with pictures on them, just thought about it. Now sure if they can make them that small.

  10. This is so cool! I love the way it looks with your nature photos. Pinned!

  11. Love those prints! What a neat idea to print directly on the glass! And your pictures are beautiful! What a fun way to remember a special place! Thank you for sharing! Pinning!


    1. Cat, Thanks for the sweet comment, I do love these, initially I was wondering if I would like them,and once they arrived I did.

  12. These are really cool! What an interesting idea! Love them!

  13. Wow, these are so cool! I’ve never seen such a thing!

    1. Kristin, Thanks so much for the compliment,they are such a unique way to display ones photos and a lasting forever. Have a wonderful weekend! I may be evacutating.Maria

  14. I love your nature pictures,I love nature and the outdoors,these are just up my street.Thank you.Mary

    1. Mary
      Thanks for stopping by to see these nature glass art. Hope you are having a great weekend.

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