Kiss Flip Book


When my father was battling cancer, Emily wanted to make something extra special for him. Something that would fit in his wallet, so it would be easy for him to take it to chemo and radiation treatments. Isn’t she so thoughtful?? When I came across this post at Color Me Katie (I adore her!!), I knew it was just the right project!

I took a series of photos using heart-shaped sticky notes on the wall as shown.

She looks so young in these photos — amazing how much she has grown in two years!!

I printed them at wallet-size, maybe even a bit smaller.

I piled the photos up into a book, and stapled them into place. Then added some black duct tape for the binding.

It’s such a simple, easy project, but flipping through this little book never fails to make my dad smile! These would be fun to make for Valentine’s Day, or for faraway family and loved-ones to let them know you’re thinking of them.

Have fun!!

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Comments

  1. It’s so lovely! :)

  2. LOVE this =)

  3. This is just PRECIOUS! I can’t wait to try it! ~Amber

  4. A few years ago I made a flip book out of a video and it was fun. This also looks fun.

  5. This is so sweet! I think I’d have trouble keeping me kids still while I reapplied the hearts. But, it’s worth a try! So fun.

    • You can edit the hearts in after the pictures using a photo-editing program. then, you’d only have to take one picture and all the hearts could be added later.

  6. Wow, how beautiful Valerie. Thank you so much for sharing.

  7. I love it – what a sweet book. I hope your father is fully recovered now.

  8. Very cute. That would be nice to send with my husband to work!