How to make your own poster on Instagram

A poster is a piece of art that you put up on your Instagram account to share with the world.

For a few days, it looks like a simple picture, but when people start seeing it, they’re more likely to share it.

And that’s exactly what happened when a couple of friends decided to make a poster out of a discarded cardboard box and put it up in the living room of their house.

“I think we both have a sense of humor,” Joe said.

“We’re both into making fun of ourselves.

We wanted to make some fun things.

We both loved this project.”

Joe said the poster is his version of an emoji — a pictogram for someone, usually an emoji, that shows an emoji or word in the text.

Joe’s friends made a cardboard box out of the cardboard and put a piece in the center.

Then they took the cardboard box, taped it to the wall, and painted it a nice shade of green.

They called it the “green poster.”

Joe’s friend, Jessica, put up a couple other posters on Instagram, but this one has caught on and now, Joe says, his friends have been sharing it all over the world and getting lots of likes.

“It was really nice seeing people being kind of open and letting us know that this is something that is happening, that there are people who really care about this and want to support it,” Joe told CBS News.

The idea for the poster came after one of Joe’s friends was diagnosed with cancer.

He’s been battling it for years, and Joe wanted to share his story with people who had cancer.

“So when I found out that my friend was diagnosed, I was like, ‘Hey, this is cool.

This is going to be awesome.

Let’s do this,'” Joe said, laughing.

Joe started the post with a quote from comedian Patton Oswalt, who told him to “Keep doing what you do.”

Joe also included the hashtags #indiaposttracking and #instagrampostdownload, the latter of which can be found in the post’s description.

He shared that he posted the picture to his Instagram account on Feb. 1 and it’s since been shared more than 6,000 times.

“You guys are a great example of how to not let a cancer story go to waste,” he wrote.

“If you have any other cancer stories you’d like to share, feel free to contact me.

I’m open to sharing any of them.”

A poster of Joe from the living rooms of his two-story home.

Joe says he’s been sharing his story of living with cancer to inspire people to get treatment and fight it.

(Photo: Joe McBride)Joe is now a fan of the #indianposttracking hashtag, which has more than 5,000 followers.

“That’s kind of like, I guess, the best way to say, ‘Thanks for sharing your story,'” he said.

The hashtag also has over 3,000 likes on Instagram.

Joe said he’s received a lot of messages from people who are also living with the disease, and he’s even gotten messages from cancer patients.

“Just being in contact with people is amazing,” he said of the attention the hashtag has received.

“A lot of people are just sharing their story to try to spread awareness of cancer.

People are sharing their stories and sharing their love.

That’s what I’m really looking forward to.”

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