Obviously the O is my daughters whole hand. If you don’t have 4 kids, you could use a cut-out heart for the O. It’s up to you, just get creative! I also added a little bow.
The little V is fun because my baby’s feet were small enough to use in these particular frames. I love little baby footprints! I just lined the top and bottom with ribbon!
I used my oldest daughters 3 middle fingers for the E. I just had her spread them apart, painted them. Then we painted her pointer finger again to make the back of the E.
This project is super thrifty. The frames were on sale for $4 each, the ribbon was $1 and I already had the paint. You could go even cheaper if you already have frames!
I love thrifty projects!
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