It all started with the revamp of last year’s Valentine where we took a photo of her holding her fist out, printed it and then cut a hole to put the lollipop through.
This year we kicked it up a notch and bought a prop. Even Daddy got in on the action this go-around with a trip to Home Depot:
Here’s a few tips on how we made this Lollipop Valentine Card
- Take a piece of PVC pipe cut to about 2/3 of your child’s height
- Photograph him/her holding it. We hung a piece of pink fabric over the fence in the back yard.
Adorable and done. Happy Valentine’s Day!
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