Easy Last Day of School Photo Opp

By | June 5, 2014

Easy Last Day of School #photoopp for your kids.

Another school year is over.  Phew!  Today is my kids’ last day of school before summer break and I wanted to do a quick photo to include in their scrapbooks.  (Which I am totally getting caught up on this summer – really!)

Easy Last Day of School #photoopp for your kids.

I found this simple idea on Pinterest.  All you have to do is have your child hold a 5×7 picture of their very first day of school ever – kindergarten, preschool, etc.  It’s a great way to document how much they have changed over the years.

So I had to dig out the kindergarten pictures.  It would have been better to have the photos in a frame, but I didn’t think of that until after I took the pictures and the kids were on their way to school.

Easy Last Day of School #photoopp for your kids.

When it’s 6:50 a.m. and I am not quite awake yet, I don’t take the best pictures 🙂 So I used PicMonkey and their special effects to jazz the pictures up a bit.

Easy Last Day of School #photoopp for your kids.

The older they are, the more amazing the difference.  My son is a sophomore and seeing how much he has grown and changed since that kindergarten picture was just amazing.

So tell me… Do you take a last day of school photo?

 

23 thoughts on “Easy Last Day of School Photo Opp

  1. Madeline

    What a cute idea! I’ve also seen where a child is photographed in front of the same door every year and then they hold their first photo on their last day of high school!
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    1. Jen

      At our old house, we used to photograph the kids in front of the tree in our front yard each year on the first and last days of school.

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  2. Rosie

    Oh my gosh such a cute idea!! Thanks for sharing 🙂 (And cute kids too of course!)

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  3. Pam W

    That is such a fun idea! I wish I would’ve done this with my kids as they were growing up.

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  4. Maria Oller

    Aww such a cute idea, my only regret is, it seems I have not enough pictures of my kids growing up. Those pictures looks amazing!

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