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How to Make a 3D Lollipop Valentine Card

Have you seen and wondered how to make those adorable 3D lollipop Valentine’s Day cards?

We just made 60 in a single afternoon, from start to finish, and they were so simple and fun!

With these easy steps, you still have time to make your own before Valentine’s Day.

  1. Start out by taking a photo of your child with a fist extended. Make sure the fist is to one side so the sucker won’t be covering the face when inserted.
  2. Order one hour wallet size prints.
  3. Cut out around the child and glue onto Valentine card.
  4. Make a little slit and stab a sucker in through the fist. Some of the girls only wanted to make one hole, so the suckers needed to be taped down on the back side of the card. Others were fine with making two holes, so the sucker end is seen on the front side (as shown on the first photo at top).

I am a big fan of letting children do the designing, cutting, gluing, etc. themselves, so I don’t mind if the product is not picture perfect, although I think it’s hard not to be with these since they’re so stinkin’ clever!

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Comments

  1. That is an adorable idea! Love it : )

  2. Wow! I love these, Connie! How clever and still simple!!

  3. super cute!!

  4. Love them, Connie :)

  5. I love these! I was going have my kids make them for friends. But I got lazy and procrastinated. :( I love how you did it with the heart doilie.

  6. thanks for the awesome idea! We made these last night for Hannah’s class party today!!! so fun! :)

  7. I thought these were so cute when I first saw them Sunday, and I have to say they are even cuter in person! My Kindergartener and I put them together last night for her Valentines party today. She is so proud of them-and so am I!

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