For years now, we’ve been creating these Valentines lollipop photo cards. Here’s how to make your own!
I think we have been making these Valentines lollipop photo cards for 10 years now. It’s such a cute way to pass out candy. It’s super easy to make too. I love looking at these every year. Btw, these are old photos. My kids are much older now but it’s nostalgic looking through these old photos. Anyways, here’s how to make your own.
Step 1: Place your child against a blank backdrop.
Look at how sweet JJ looks! He’s so big now and constantly sweaty. 😀
Step 2: Get their whole body in the shot and have them hold out their hand in an upward fist.
I recommend taking multiple shots so you can choose the best one.
Have them hold their arm all the way out. It creates a 3-D illusion once the photo is printed.
Step 3: Print out as many as you need.
I usually do just a normal photo but one year I made these special Valentines version because they were just as cheap as the photo cards.
Step 4: Make slits above and below the fist. Insert a lollipop and voila!
The kids help by sliding the lollipops in the photos. I’m a bit sad because Jules is too old to do this now.
If you want some other Valentines Card ideas, check out my old round up posts from the past.
Here are a few recipes that are on the blog that you can make for Valentines Day.
How about paleo almond dark chocolate bark?
These Joe Joe truffles are delish and so easy to make.
Doh!! Now, I’m really in the mood for some dark chocolate. Off to make some treats for myself. Have a great day, friends.
Let all that you do be done in Love. 1 Corinthians 16:14