With Valentine’s Day a few days away I wanted to post something Valentine related before that ship had sailed. I mean, I posted my Valentine’s wreath back in January I think but that’s been it. I’ve had a few ideas that I wanted to share but never got around to making them. I thought all hope was lost until I came across THIS post and knew it was something I could do and the girls could help, making everyone happy.

If I can help it, I’d rather make Valentine’s for my girls’ friends at school rather than just fill out the store bought ones. Last year for Emilee’s Jr.Kindergarten class, I made THESE. In keeping with my lollipop theme, this year, this is what I’m making thanks toMichelle at Land of Misfit Toys.

Here’s what you need:
Lollipops (preferable flat ones – I used Sweet Tart lollies)
Card stock
Hole Punch
Double Stick Tape
Heart Cut outs
Distress Ink (of course)
*No progress pics……sorry!

I took my card stock, folded it in half and cut it. Then I cut the halves of paper into 3 sections. Does that make sense? You will need to measure your lollies to see how wide your paper needs to be.

Next I folded my small pieces of paper in half. I took my hearts that I cut out with my Cricut and stuck them on my paper using double sided tape. After that I distressed the edges with my distress ink. I then stuck the lolly inside the paper and secured it with double sided tape. I folded the top part of the paper (the one with the hearts on it) over the lollypop, punched a hole on each side of the stick, looped my jute through it and tied a bow.

*Note: Before we decorated the card stock I had my girls write their friends names on the back so that they could hand them out at school.

So, simple right? And totally adorable!

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  1. What a cute idea! I think I might make these for my co-workers 🙂

  2. I love the way your turned out!! The jute is such a great idea!!!

  3. Great idea! Love your creations…

    Thanks for joining me for another great party at “Get Your Craft on Thurs.” Please join me next week for another wonderful party..

    Please stop by for a big annoucement Tuesday, the 16th. I’m so excited I’m about to bust…

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  5. Vivacious says:

    I bought a Cricut thanks to you and your readers!! LOL but? I took your advice and bid on ebay.
    I snagged an Expressions with a cartridge for $229US ($242 Canadian I think and shipping of $50)

    When I checked at Walmart not only were they out of them and had no idea when they were getting any, it was $400!! Eekk..

    thanks everyone for giving the advice and sharing the great ideas!!

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