Homemade Valentines {“POP” Shots}

While taking care of our grands in WA, we made some Valentines together.  They are a snap to get ready for the parties ahead.  

After taking a picture holding an imaginary lollipop, upload your photo to your favorite edit page, I used Picnik.  Add borders, text and stickers and send them off to a photo developer.  It ran about $3.00 per photo for 25 @ Costco, and they were ready in a hour.   Jake, Shelby and Lizzy selected their lollipops for their friends.

I cut a small slit above and below their hand with my exacto knife where we slipped in the lollipop and they are all ready for the big day!  No cutting, no glue, no mess, give ’em a try.

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Renée

Renée is passionate about making and sharing ALL things delicious! Her happy place really is her kitchen where she loves whipping up memories with her family and friends. Raised in sunny Southern California she's spent her adulthood in Idaho, both sides of her great state. She's married to an amazing man, and together they have 5 children, who gave them five more, and now they have 28 grandchildren. So there’s always a reason to cook and celebrate around their place!

22 Comments

  1. tt.scraps

    Love it!! Very fun! 🙂 Happy Valentine’s day to you….I love your blog!

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  2. Ally

    Absolutely brilliant. I’ve never seen anything like that. Really great idea!

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  3. Karen

    Those are adorable! I love how they turned out.

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  4. April

    What a great idea. We’ve already gotten ours this year, but next year, I want to try this. Thank you for sharing.

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  5. Ellyn

    those are fabulous!

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  6. Debbie

    Now, that’s just neat! This ranks up there with your May Pole cupcakes as a top tier cuteness project.

    And once again, GLAD TO SEE YOU BACK. I hope to visit Boise through your eyes and camera very soon so start clicking!

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  7. Leah

    Very cute!

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  8. Pondside

    Those are adorable!

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  9. Erin

    This is so stinkin’ cute! Love the idea!

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  10. Julie

    So cute!! Glad your time with them was so special. SO fun to see your posts pop up again 🙂

    Hugs!

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  11. LDH

    Adorable! I am tucking this idea away for the future. Such fun 🙂

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  12. Cathy

    What a great idea for fantastic Valentine cards. I see that my daughter, Erin, (above)already discovered them. I would have sent her this post otherwise. There is still plenty of time to put this together. Thanks for a super idea.

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  13. La

    Very cute idea. Happy Valentine’s Day! La

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  14. Tori

    I absolutely LOVE this! What a clever idea! I hope I remember this when my babies get a little older!

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  15. Melody

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  16. Diane

    So very, very cute! It takes personalization to a whole new level Ü and “holding” the candy stick is just toooo cute Ÿ

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  17. gnee @ Singing With Birds

    Thanks Jennifer. I actually made them with friends several years ago. I did not get the idea online, I just shared it!

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  18. Jennifer

    Maybe you and your friends were the actual original idea makers after all 🙂 Cool!

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