4 Clever Ways to Make Lollipop Valentines

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By By Sarah Hauge, Publisher, Macaroni Kid, Englewood, Greenwood Village, Centennial February 8, 2019

Valentine's Day is just around the corner, and nothing says "I like you" quite like a handmade card and some sweet treats. I imagine, however, that the other 25 students in my daughter's class will show up prepared to exchange a plethora of sugary goodies, so we plan to curb the cavities with a healthy alternative to the traditional lollipop: Zollipops! 

Zollipops are considered The After You Eat Treats® because they're actually good for your teeth! These tasty fruit-flavored morsels are sugar-free, nut-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan, and kosher, making them a great option for the classroom. As an added bonus, they're just the right shape for simple Valentine's Day crafts.

So grab your scissors, glue, and a bag of your favorite lollipops to get started.

1. Sweet Bouquet

Roses are red, violets are blue, lollipops are sweet, and so are you.
Additional supplies needed:
Flower printable (Variation ONE or variation TWO)
Leaves printable (Click HERE for a free copy)
Colorful construction paper

How to: Cut and glue. It's that simple!

2. Cheerful Balloons

Take your Valentine's Day to new heights with this simple, uplifting design.
Additional supplies needed:
Cloud printable (Click HERE for a free copy)
Construction paper
How to: Cut out 1 circle (1.5 inch diameter) + 1 tiny triangle for each balloon. Give the balloon dimension by drawing on a reflection (a curved triangle).

3. Silly Stick Figures

I've only got eyes for you... and for my lollipop valentines too!
Additional supplies needed:
Tie-Dye printable (Click HERE for a free copy)
Googly eyes

4. Happy Unicorns

Unicorns are all the rage, so stay on-trend with these simple DIY treats.
Additional supplies needed:
Unicorn printable (Click HERE for a free copy)
Construction paper
Washi Tape ~ Glittery gold, silver, or rainbow

How to: Watch the video tutorial below.

Want to create these Valentines for yourself? You can find Zollipops in the oral health aisle of your local Walmart store.


Disclosure: I was compensated for this article; however, all of the opinions stated are my own.