Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Kids Valentine IDEAS :: Easy Lollipop Valentines

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Valentines Day is almost here and I have been sharing with you a few different IDEAS you can use for last minute kids Valentines ideas that they can pass out in their classrooms or to their friends! 
Today I am sharing a couple variations on Lollipop Valentines that your kids can use to hand out in the class. I am sure you have seen most of these but it's always good to have options! =)

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We can keep it simple with these 2 alternate ideas to paper valentines. 

Grab some lollipops from your favorite store, attach these Silly Heart toppers from my shop to them and then simply have them write their message on the back & it "stands out" a little more with their friends! =) DONE!
Just tape or glue stick the lollipop to back of topper & attach ribbon.

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OR cut a slit in top & bottom of party topper & insert lollipop.
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Are you feeling just a little more creative? Or just need a craft idea for the classroom parties at school for your kid? How about this one - Valentines Lollipop flower!

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steps to creating this: 
1. cut 4" x 11 strip of pattern paper 
2. fold in half lengthwise with the pattern side in 
3. fold vertically in half 
4. fold vertically in 1/2 again 
5. unfold & draw 1/2 of a heart on each fold of the 4 squares that were created when folded 
6. cut out the heart patterns 
7. stack all 4 hearts on top of each other & take hole punch & punch a hole about 1/4" up from bottom 
8. place hearts on top of each other, lining up the hole & adhere a little glue to keep in place

** you can get the paper pack pictured here in my shop

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 ** few tips to making this work - do NOT make the heart pattern 'fat' - draw the sides of the heart straight otherwise when you stack them, it will overlap too much & not look like a flower in the end. Also you can have your kids write a message on the back & give out instead of a paper valentine.
{The tags I used to attach to the lollipops AND the paper I used to make the lollipop flowers came from the 'Silly Hearts' KIDS Valentines collection that is on SALE in the shop right now!}

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One more FAB kids Valentines idea I want to share with you is one that my friend Terri did.

She started with some great Valentines that had a pic of her adorable little girl on them & then added the Valentines Day photo props from the shop, along with some lollipops to add a little fun to them! It's sooooo CUTE! Thanks for sharing Terri!

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That's it for today! A few super cute, fun & EASY ideas for your kids to do for Valentines Day! If you are looking for more Valentines ideas including food AND non-food item IDEAS, just search the blog as I have many other ideas to check out Which idea here is your fave? See you later! xoxo
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  1. All just adorable! Have a Happy Valentine's Day. :-)

  2. These are cute! I remember getting so into V-Day when I was a kid. Everyone wanted to pass our valentines. I can't wait to do stuff like this with our kids one day.

  3. These are just so cute! I used to love these lollies, I defo want them again :) thanks!


  4. These are adorbs! I was just asking my daughter what she wants to do for V day and this might be it!

  5. How adorable!! These are perfect for my kids to hand out at school for Valentine's Day!

  6. These lollies are so cute!My sister would love this on Valentines day for sure!

  7. Thank you for sharing these! My plans for my daughter's Valentine's craft got derailed since we were hit with the stomach flu. This is a great, easy Valentine to make in a time crunch. Pinned!

  8. These are adorable and the kids will love these. My plans for my daughter's Valentine's craft got derailed since we were hit with the stomach flu so thia is a life saver! Pinned!

  9. Aww...these are so cute! I can't wait to do things like that when I'll have kids!

  10. Love the valentine flower! That one is my favourite because of how different it is from the regular run of the mill valentines. Pinning this for next year!

  11. These are so cute!! I've been looking for some fun Valentine's for Jett's classroom this year and I may just have to do something like this!

  12. Those are so cute! I need to have my youngest work on her valentines this weekend.

  13. You come up with the cutest stuff! I love this idea. We need to make valentine's for the kids' homeschool co-op party on wednesday.

  14. These are so cute! What a great idea for an easy DIY valentine. Thanks for sharing it!

  15. I adore the eye candy here. These are so so cute and extremely creative. I think they would perfect for children's v-day celebrations.

  16. This looks so adorable i love the idea, Plus, I am a lollipop lover!

  17. I love how creative your friend was! The mustache and lips ones are so cute and I'm sure will be a big hit with the kids at school!

  18. These Valentine's treats are adorable! I like all the hearts, the font, and the mustaches. I could see these treats at a brunch or party.

  19. These are adorable printables! Kids love lollipops too.

  20. These are cute! The kids at school will love this, for sure.

  21. I love the lollipop flower! How cute!! The lollipop cards with photos are also hilarious. My son would get a kick out of those! :)

  22. Those are simply adorable. Thank you for sharing this idea!

  23. Those are all really cute ideas. I love them both. We did a few crafty stuff over the past week though.

  24. These are really precious! These would be perfect, especially for a school classroom!

  25. Wow these are some super cute ideas! Love the colors of the designs too! Nice project that kids can do themselves.


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