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Lollipop Valentines Craft Idea: My Heart Pops For You!

Does your heart pop for someone? Make these fun Valentine’s Day candy suckers with your kids to share with their friends!

FREE PRINTABLE VALENTINE CRAFT: Does your heart pop for someone? Make these fun Valentine's Day candy suckers with your kids to share with their friends!

As my boys get older, Valentine’s Day craft ideas I get to make for their classmates dwindles by each year. When my oldest son was in 6th grade, I faced a harsh reality that he was not a baby anymore and sharing Valentine cards with his friends was almost a thing of the past.

Instead of drowning in my sorrows, I thought it would be best to keep the tradition alive, even if they only share them with their close friends at school or I keep them at the house for their friends as a treat when they visit.

My Heart Pops For You! Valentine’s Day Craft Idea

What You Need:

How To:

  1. Print the Free My Heart Pops For You Printable.
  2. Cut (doesn’t have to be perfect) the design out and hole punch in the top corner.
  3. Cut curling ribbon to approximately 6 inches.
  4. Feed through the hole on the printable.
  5. Cover the lollipops with a 3×3 inch square of tissue paper.
  6. Use washi tape to fasten the bottom pieces around the lollipop stick.
  7. Place 2 ribbons together and use another small piece of washi tape to hold them together.
  8. Feed the ribbon between each of the lollipop sticks and tie the strings together.

These cute valentines make great crafts for kids to make and share with their friends!

NOTE: I was able to pick up everything I needed for this Valentine’s Day Craft Idea at my local Dollar Tree Store. This will help you keep the cost down on creating something cute for your child’s friends at school this Valentine’s Day! :)

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24 Comments

  1. Laura Hinckley says:

    Such a bittersweet time in life when they outgrow things that make us mom’s feel needed. I loved your idea and smiled. Very cute. #SITSBlogging

    1. Kristi Reddell says:

      It is bittersweet Laura…makes us mom’s wish they would stay little forever, right? Thanks for stopping by!

  2. Kristen LaValley says:

    Love this idea! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Crunchy Con Mom says:

    So cute! I’m excited for my son to start school so we can make Valentine’s!

    1. Kristi Reddell says:

      Awe…you’re going to love every minute of it! It’s a blast every year…I’m going to miss it, but you can bet I will find something else special to do for them! :) Happy Valentine’s Day!

  4. What a cute idea. I thought my days of making treats like this had passed too. My daughter is in high school now and there always seems to be something going on that we need something crafty for.

    1. Kristi Reddell says:

      Oh that’s good to know Kristyn! There is still hope that I’ll be needed for something crafty after the elementary years! :) Have an awesome day!

  5. Kimberly Curtis says:

    What a cute post and a great little craft to do! It is sad when they get older, our daughter is now 34, but on the bright side I have 5 fantastic GrandKids now! Hugs, #Sitsblogging

    1. Kristi Reddell says:

      How sweet Kimberly! Now you can spoil your grandbabies with cute and crafty gifts! :) Happy Valentine’s Day!

  6. You are such a good mommy! I will make all kinds of things for my kids, but not for an entire class. I just don’t have time!

  7. I feel you…my baby is almost 18. Cute idea! #sitsblogging

  8. Lauren @ Fun, Fit and Fabulous! says:

    What cute Valentine’s! I always loved celebrating Valentine’s day when I was in school. Those are lucky boys! – Lauren from #sitesblogging

  9. Keri @ Growing in His Glory says:

    Love this idea! Pinning for next year for sure. #SITSBlogging

  10. These are so cute and well done! The kids are going to love them. It is so fun to get such a special little treat. #SITSBlogging

  11. Okay, that is just adorable! Cute and creative :)

  12. Lena @ WhatMommyDoes says:

    I luv, luv, luv this Vday idea because it’s cute AND cheap to make! I did Dollar Tree pre-made cards this year cuz I’m so strapped for time these days, but next year I’m all over this! I might even do this just because another time during the year because who wouldn’t like a cute pick-me-up like this?

  13. Kimberly {Stuffed Suitcase} says:

    These are so cute! I love how you thought to wrap the tissue around the sucker. :) I also must say that I love the colors and clean design of your site! #SITSBlogging

  14. I love your Valentine’s Day Pops and printable very cute !! I shop at the Dollar Tree , too! You can find some really cute things there! I’m pinning and sharing this too cute not to! Stopping over from #Sitsblogging

    Kim ~ This Ole Mom

  15. First, I love your simple, clean design and the pretty photos with nice graphics! But I have to ask, does everyone bring “treats” to school? This is our first Valentines Day at preschool, and I didn’t know so many people made things for each kid. Just curious…you see to know!

    Stopping by from SITS!

  16. Lauren @ I am THAT Lady says:

    Kristi, I LOVE These! I am going to head out tomorrow to Dollar Tree to get the supplies to make these with the kids! Thanks for the printables too! I pinned this so I don’t lose it!

  17. These are super cute! Perfect for classmate valentines. :)

  18. Love this idea!! So simple and inexpensive too.

  19. This is so cute!! My valentines are already made, but I’m definitely bookmarking this for next year. Love it!

  20. I am totally on board for punny Valentine’s day treats. Definitely my favorite content to see on Pinterest for the holiday! Cute idea, thanks for sharing! #sitsblogging

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