Do you feel like your house looks a bit empty after you take down the Christmas decorations? Try one of these photo projects to add a pop of Valentine color to your decor.
The Crafting Chicks made this charming photo wreath above with photos and scrapbook paper and tied it all together with a beautiful red ribbon bow.
Interior designer Emily Mughannam worked with portrait photographer Sarah Deragon to create this fun heart-shaped photo wall collage for a teen’s room. But we think it would look great anywhere for Valentine’s Day! (Photo Credit: Helynn Ospina)
Total Class Creative made these adorable photo frames with items they found at their local craft store. They started with pre-cut felt frames and added ribbon and other fun embellishments. We think this would be a fun craft to do with our kids!
By simply adding a text layer to your photo in Photoshop or Elements, you can create Valentines with a personal touch. Check out these cute ideas:
If you have a little one, you know how hard it is to get them to sit still for a photo. Imagine how much fun they will have if you hand them a toy guitar and tell them to dance as much as they want! We love the fun vibe that Andrea Riley created in this Valentine for her daughter.
Have your child pose with his arm outstretched and raised. Be sure to use a narrow aperture to get both the hand and face in focus. Open your photo in Photoshop, add text; then simply print, attach a treat and you’re done! If you want to add more color, you can “mat” your Valentines with bright cardstock like Craft-o-maniac did here.
Ashley Ann Photography
We would love to see your Valentine photo crafts as well! Share your ideas with us on Instagram using the hashtag #iHeartFaces.