Are you looking for a sweet craft idea for the kids this Valentine’s Day? Well, you found it. These super adorable lollipops are the sweetest and they wont give you any cavities, but they will put a smile on a loved ones face. This is a great idea for Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day or just because.
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What you will need:
Markers, crayons, paints or gel pens
Lollipop sticks, paper straws or wooden skewers
Yarn or ribbon
Print out the printable lollipops or cut out and draw your own. Color in as many lollipops as you would like to use in your lollipop bouquet. My daughter and I colored them in together and used a combination of gel pens, markers, colored pencils and crayons.
When you are finished coloring in your lollipops cut them out. Cut out the blank circle and use it as a template to cut out a photo. Kids can choose a special photo of them with their parents, grandparents, an aunt, uncle or a friend.
Mount your photo to a piece of contrasting construction paper to accent the photo a bit more. Tape your stick to the back of your lollipops and photo. Trim your stick if needed.
Use a glue stick and apply glue to the back of the main part of the lollipop and arrange it onto a piece of construction paper.
Use a piece of tape to hold the sticks in place on the paper.
Tie a bow with yarn or a ribbon and use Elmer’s glue to glue it to the sticks. Print out our printable message or write out one of your own.
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