Gosh, Valentine's Day came so quickly. I needed to make 50 lollipop holders for my two daughter's. One is in kindergarten and the other is in Pre-K.
I started with red bazzill cs, cut them into 2.5 x 5.5, scored at 2 and 3 inches. I then cut 2.25 squares with black bazzill cs. I used a medium scallop circle punch on basic white cs (Big Lots). I stamped with red stazon the phrase from $1 Joanns Valentine stamp onto the scallop circle, I then glued the circle onto the black cs. I also used a large scallop square on basic white cs (Big Lots). I stamped with basic black ink with a Studio G $1 wood Valentine stamp onto the scallop square. I also stamped the tiny ladybug from the SU Because of You set. I then used double sided tape on the inside so that the sucker could stick to both sides of the red cs. I enjoyed making these for my daughter's. I finished one only to show what it will look like. I'm having my daughter's write their names on the lines before I attach the suckers. (easier to write without the bumps)
Date: Monday, February 9, 2009 GMT Views: 3640
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Wed, Feb 11, 2009 @ 9:51 AM
WOW! You can make some for my kids too.
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Sun, Mar 08, 2009 @ 5:44 PM
What a great idea for school classmates! I know kids don't know the difference between a handmade sentiment like this, but I bet they thought those lollipops were special because of the this idea! How fun and how busy you are!
------------------------------ Gillian W.
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