Source: The SuburbanMom.com
7. Simple Text and Photos
Take a photo with plenty of blank space to the side of your child. Then use a simple editing app or program to add in some facts about them. It’s a great way to not only document their appearance but also what they liked at that age!
The SuburbanMom.com has plenty more ideas on celebrating the first day of school, along with free printable, recipes and crafts!
8. Double Trouble
Got siblings? Pair them up for a cute photo together and use a chalkboard to show the date and their different teachers. You will love looking back at how they’ve grown in the years to come.
Head over to MandyWithMultiples.com to see how life goes with twins and to get other crafty ideas!
9. Banner or Bunting
Bunting is a popular style right now, and it’s not just for parties. Make your own that shows what year your kids are starting and take a few cute pics of them holding it up. It’s a new twist on a classic photo!
MakeItMyOwn.blogspot.com has this idea and many more on crafting and cooking.
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