Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Lollipop Love

Every year we buy the mass produced commercialized lisenced valentines from Walmart (think Harry Potter, Disney Princesses, Hello Kitty, etc). Don't get me wrong...there's nothing wrong with that. But this year I decided to do something a little different. I used my digi skills and Sande Krieger's gorgeous French Kiss kit from 2 peas to create these little lollipop tags. There's one set for the boys and one set for the girls. They are about 1.75 x 2.5 inches. I printed them on white cardstock, punched 1/8 inch holes in both ends, and attached them to the lollipops. My kids are jazzed! What do you think?

7 comments:

Emilie Ahern said...

What do I think?
You're a SUPER-GENIUS!
That's what I think!

michiganhills said...

What a great idea - and your kids don't have to bother with signing their name on each one. Too bad I already bought the lick-m-aid valentines at the store.

Jody said...

Methinks you should market them, become a millionaire, and back Simple Scrapbooks magazine and hire us again as Simple Gals! :)

celester said...

absolutely fantastic! thanks for the great idea, i even have a huge bag of lollipop's already!

Lisa Dorsey said...

I absolutely LOVE this idea!!!! I may have to do the same thing!

beth said...

Um, I think what Jody says. :)

arinandevasmom said...

Adorable!! These would be great for Eva's treenut-free classroom!