DIY Valentine's Day Gift Idea: Show Your Love With This Fun Valentine's Day Photo Project by Donna John

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DIY Valentine's Day Gift Idea: Show Your Love With This Fun Valentine's Day Photo Project

Photos are a great gift for loved ones on Valentine’s Day. Why not actually show your love in the photo? 

Grab four objects and use each one for a letter of the word “love.” Photograph your child with the items, print it out, pop it into a frame and you’ve got the perfect gift! Think of the person you are giving the photo to and personalize just for them. 

Here are some ideas:

  • Baseballs: Use four baseballs and write the letters in black marker. Place these in a fun way in your photo.
  • Apples: Carve an “L,” “V” and “E” out of three apples. Push them onto a wooden dowel and have your child hold it where his/her head is the “O” (pictured).

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Donna John
This is the one my daughter made for me a while back. LOVE it! Ashlee Smith

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