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Valentine's Day Craft Series: Valentine Lollipop Flowers

By michellehorton |

The next craft in our Valentine’s Day Craft Series comes from the talented Khali of Little. Lovely. These Valentine Lollipop Flowers make the perfect idea for a Valentine’s Day party, classroom craft or snowy-day activity. Khali even makes modifications for young toddlers to participate.

Continue reading for a step-by-step tutorial on these Valentine Lollipop Flowers:

You’ll need:

  • Lollipops
  • Colored paper
  • Cupcake liners
  • Scissors
  • Hole punch
  • Tape
  • Glue

1. Take one piece of paper, fold the sides into the center, and then fold the paper in half. (The first picture above.)

2. Cut half heart shapes along the folded side of the paper, as shown in the second picture.

3. Unfold the hearts, then stack and punch a hole in the bottom of the hearts. (Bottom row of pictures, above.)

4. Thread three hearts onto a lollipop stick. Spread the hearts so that it resembles a flower, such as in the first picture above.

5. Next thread a cupcake liner onto the end of the lollipop stick. Secure the underside of the cupcake liner with tape.

6. Fold a piece of green paper in half, and then cut a stem and leaf along the fold. (See the third picture, above.)

7. Take another piece of thin green paper and wind it down the length of the lollipop stick. Tape the paper at the top and bottom of the stick.

8. Lastly, place the stem of the lollipop into the middle of the unfolded leaf. Glue the underside of the leaves and fold around the lollipop stick. Write the recipients name on the leaf.

If you’re doing this craft with young toddlers, check out Khali’s modifications to her Valentine Lollipop Flower at Little. Lovely.

Also check out more crafts in our Valentine’s Day Craft Series:

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Michelle Horton is the founder of Early Mama, an award-winning site that proves young motherhood doesn’t have to define or limit us. When not writing, she’s typically pretending to be a superhero in her 4-year-old son’s imaginative play. Read bio and latest posts → Read Michelle's latest posts →

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