Valentine’s Day Tootsie Pop Flowers!

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On the hunt for another fun Valentine’s Day Craft??

Frugal friend Kathy emailed this picture over of these adorable Valentine’s Day Tootsie Pop Flowers that she made!

“I made these for my daughters to bring to school. I like them better than cards, and they’re simple to make!”

Here’s what you’ll do:

  • Cut out uniform size heart shapes from foam sheets
  • Use a hole puncher to make a hole near the bottom of each heart
  • Stick the lollipop through
  • Print or write a message on green paper, and fasten around the lollipop stick… to look like a leaf!
  • One fun message idea Kathy used was…   ‘If friends were flowers, I’d pick you!’

So simple… and sooo cute!   Thanks for sharing, Kathy!!

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9 Responses to Valentine’s Day Tootsie Pop Flowers!

  1. Shannon says:

    That is really adorable- love how easy!

  2. Cindy says:

    wonderful idea. Thinking of using them for our Feb. Bunco Night. Thank You for all the neat offers and ideas you have :-)

  3. bridget says:

    These are totally adorable. I think we are going to use it.

  4. Sally says:

    Cute! I am so doing this with cake pops!

  5. Kathy says:

    @ Sally: with cake pops…GREAT idea! A lot more work but another fun idea to do with cake pops!

  6. Julie Buck says:

    My daughter and I made these last year for her preschool class. We put them in a planter so they looked like a bouquet of flowers. Really cute and easy!

  7. Kerri Peterson says:

    These are super cute! I’m going to make these with my daughter for her class. Thanks for sharing! =)

  8. Mary Beth says:

    thanks so much for the tip its endless.

  9. Ashley says:

    VERY VERY CUTE IDEA!!! I will be making these for my 3 year old daughter’s birthday party. Thanks for the idea!

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