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Lollipop Butterflies 

Make hearts flutter with colorful, eye-catching lollipop butterflies. Scissors and construction paper are all you need for these festive flyers that hold a sweet Valentine’s treat. 
 
Red Velvet Love Bugs 

The moist, chocolatey cakes have got their eyes on YOU! A few decorative touches are all you need to transform red velvet cake mix into adorable, googly-eyed ladybugs.  
 
Valentine’s Marshmallows 

Give a little sparkle this Valentine’s Day with homemade marshmallows that are pretty in pink. No need for food coloring; these sweets get their color from antioxidant-rich pomegranate juice. 
 
Chocolate-Covered Strawberry Hearts 

Put a heartfelt, homemade spin on a Valentine’s Day classic. Kids will love to help dip and decorate red strawberries that parents cut into heart shapes—a paring knife and microwave are all you need. 

Lollipop Hearts

  • Fold 1 sheet of red heavy paper in half lenghtwise.  Use scissors to cut 2 half-heart shapes from folded edge.
  • Cut 1 very small slit across folded edge toward top of heart and 1 very small slit toward bottom.
  • Unfold heart and write a message or name across the middle.  Slide a lollipop through the slits.

Kids Can Help Too:

Once the hearts are cut out, kids can write classmates' names or a sweet message.  They can also pick a lollipop flavor for each classmate.

Cupids Arrow Chocolates

  • Glue red frilled toothpicks onto backs of foil-wrapped chocolate hearts to form arrows.

Optional:

Break off the pointed ends of toothpicks before gluing.

Candy Mail

  • Start with an 8x8 inch square piece of red or pink heavy paper.
  • Fold 3 of the corners toward the center, overlapping slightly.  Tape the corners together.
  • Turn envelope over to decorate the front.
  • To seal the envelope, fold the last corner toward the center and seal with a sticker.




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