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Decorate with finger print memory art

Today our guest contributor is from Small Fry sharing how to decorate with finger print memory art. Small Fry is a children’s lifestyle blog that shares DIYs, recipes, fashion, films, and adventures all geared toward celebrating parent and child hood!

We love how meaningful pictures make a space, but today’s tutorial turns your photos into art! This project is great for your child’s special day, whether it be the first day of school, a baptism or christening, to comfort them through a hard time, an illness, or just to remind them how loved they are!

Click here for the steps  on how to make your own. Then once you’ve created the image, have all your little one’s family and friends stamp their fingerprint creating the balloon bouquet!

Small Fry has featured several easy and fun Valentine’s projects you don’t want to miss,  so head over to get inspiration for any day of the week, holiday or not.


This is SUCH a cute idea, and what a great memory of the people included in a special day.

If you’ve missed any of the posts from the Decorating with Pictures Series, check them out HERE or click on the image below. Every day in February is packed with 2 inspiring posts, each with a giveaway from a fabulous brand! (If you need help taking better pictures, in a few posts, I’m giving away my Say NO to Auto beginner camera Workshop on video AND my books as well!)  Follow along in the series!

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Kristen Duke

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  1. I did one like this for my twins’ 1st birthday – it was an UP theme. I love it and love looking back on how small they were at the time.

  2. I love this! So cute!
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