“Magic Forest” Photo Holder

Retail: $29.00

Charming and functional holders for treasured notes, photographs, mementoes, place cards, and more


Our best-selling salvaged wood and book paper art blocks are now available as charming and functional holders for treasured notes, photographs, mementoes, place cards, and more!

  • These upcycled wood photo holders are both beautiful and durable!
  • Handmade from 3″ square salvaged wood and book paper and sealed with a high-quality, non-toxic finish that will withstand daily use.
  • Each photo holder is a true original due to the salvaged book paper used on the sides and reverse – no two are alike.
  • These make wonderful gifts and are charming as party and wedding table place hard holders.
  • Be happy knowing your eco-friendly photo holder has been created with love from locally sourced reclaimed wood!

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mkc photography is an eco-friendly, hand-made home decor company that creates gorgeous art and wares using salvaged wood and paper from damaged library books. Customers love to purchase our artwork both for themselves and for gifts because they know each piece gives new life to otherwise discarded materials. We’ve been making beautiful things by hand in our Philadelphia-area studio since 2009.

Michelle Ciarlo-Hayes is the award-winning artist, creator, and story-teller behind mkc photography. Until the age of ten, Michelle was certain the secret passage into Narnia truly existed and if she just rifled through enough closets and cupboards, she would find it. Fables, fairy tales, and legends have always enchanted Michelle, her favorites being those where feisty and daring heroines like Lucy and Alice run off to have wild adventures. She graduated from the University of Oxford, where she would read in the same gardens that inspired C.S. Lewis and Lewis Carroll’s imaginations, and her whimsical, witty, & joyful {with just a hint of quirky} artwork is still influenced by this idea of magical worlds that mingle with our own. She’s a former librarian (hence, all those salvaged books) and she creates every piece of artwork featured on her handmade wares.