Jenny Chang / BuzzFeed 1. Wrap shells, stones, or other souvenirs from your trip in wire to make custom photo holders. content.photojojo.com Here's the step-by-step tutorial. 2. Order a custom photo book so you can flip through your favorite photos time and time again. instagram.com These start at $8 per book here. 3. Make big prints and secure them on a wooden scroll frame. wecanmakeanything.net You can get these frames for $13.86 each here, and this tutorial will show you how to put 'em together. 4. Make your photos black and white (and give them a pop of color if you want), then frame them. jacquelynclark.com Circular port hole mat cool, but def optional. This tutorial will show you how to edit your photos. 5. Staple or glue twine to the back of a thrifted frame, then use clothespins to hang up your prints. amandakatherine.com You can change 'em out easily whenever you want. Of course, the photos won't be protected (like they would be in a frame), so use more expensive prints at your own risk. Here's the tutorial, which also includes instructions for building the frame. 6. Put up rearrangeable Fotobit frames in your hallway or kitchen. designimprovised.com Read a review of them here, and if you like them, get a 3-frame kit for $24 here. 7. Get them printed onto hand-stretched canvas. canvaspop.com They start at $30 each here. 8. Or fake it by Mod Podge-ing bigger prints onto square boards. chelseablogs.com You can also use square gift-box lids. Here's the tutorial. 9. Mod Podge your photos onto white tiles to make a set of drink coasters. darkroomanddearly.com darkroomanddearly.com Here's the full tutorial. 10. Pin prints to an oversized cork board, and change them out every season or after each vacation. likestosmile.com You can add a map of the place that you visited, too. Read more here. 11. Or buy this world-map shaped cork board. seattlestravelshop.com It's a splurge at $50 (get it here), but if you're a world traveler, this could be a cool way to show your favorite photos from different countries. 12. Glue your favorites in a grid inside a hugely oversized frame. Instagram: @jenniferyoungstudio This is actually a photo of Palihouse Holloway by Jennifer Young, but you could reproduce it yourself with a little patience and time. 13. Or simply have them all printed on a big poster, then frame it. socialprintstudio.com The poster-sized prints start at $25 here. 14. Turn your extra foreign coins into magnets and display your pics on your fridge. halfwaysomewhere.com Here's the full tutorial. 15. Cover the mat of a photo frame with a map of the state or country you visited. hellolidy.com Here's the full tutorial. 16. Style several photos plus small souvenirs from your trip in a shadowbox. kellypurkey.com Here's the tutorial. If you take a trip every year, you could do a shadow box for each trip, and have a gallery! 17. Put your favorites into clear holiday ornaments to hang on your tree. fynesdesigns.com Or wherever you want to hang them. Here's the full tutorial. 18. Fill painted boxes with photos and little keepsakes from your trips. Photo by Kate Mathis. Courtesy of Martha Stewart Living. Copyright © 2013. It's less of a display, but they're easy to pull out and look through whenever you want, and you don't have to go through and put photos into albums. Here's how to make them. 19. Make little photo pendants to wear around your neck. lilblueboo.com Less of a display, more of a way to keep them with you wherever you go. Here's the tutorial.