Featured video by @shibainu.berry Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPwithlove Love is in the air. 💘 In honor of Valentine’s Day, celebrated around the world on February 14, the goal this weekend is to create photos and videos showing how love inspires you, as in this featured video from @shibainu.berry. Come together to connect with loved ones. (Humans and furry friends alike!) If you can’t be with them IRL, find a creative way to include them with a printed photo, drawing or meaningful memento. Do you show your love with gifts? We want to see the handmade crafts and heart-shaped treats you share this time of year. Capture what you love to do. Whether you’re hosting a dinner party, going for a bike ride or starting an impromptu dance party, celebrate the big and small moments with friends, both new and old. Be sure to follow the #WHPwithlove hashtag to see what the community is creating. PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPwithlove hashtag only to photos and videos taken over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. If you include music in your video submissions, please only use music to which you own the rights. Any tagged photo or video taken over the weekend is eligible to be featured next week.

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It’s a doge


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So cute


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Сказать нечего одно слово,Красавец!


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Que coisa mas gostosa e fofaaaaa


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So cute😄😄


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I want 8k follower tommarow


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So cute🙂


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