Saturday, February 5, 2011

Flower suckers for any occasion!

The Valentine decor is finished and up{see past posts}.
Now we are working on our Valentines, and we are making a lot of Valentines this year! 
Some are for friends, preschool, ballet, and on and on.

If you missed it, I shared our matchbook Valentines HERE.
Today I'm sharing our Valentine sucker flowers.
Then I'll show you how you can make them for almost any season.

 
I remember seeing this idea in a magazine last year and thought it was adorable!
I made up a couple example ones before ladybug and I make more together.

 For this little valentine you'll need card stock, ribbon, double sided tape, circle punch, and a scallop punch.
 
And of course some tasty valentine suckers. 
mmm...strawberry vanilla!

I printed out the wording on card stock and then used a circle cutter to cut it out.
I used double sided tape to attach the circle to the scallop, and then to attach the scallop to the sucker.

I'll have everything cut out and ready for ladybug when she makes these.  It should be easy for her to put everything together using the double sided tape.


I like 'em, but that's not all!
You could easily change these cuties up for any holiday or party.

How about some lucky green ones for St. Patrick's Day?

Or maybe some cute little spring flowers?

Or even some summer sunshine!

10 comments:

Jessica @ Barefoot by the Sea said...

Love this! We will be making these for our classroom friends!

I'm your newest follower from Tatertots and Jello!

http://barefootbysea.blogspot.com/2011/02/fairy-wings-tutorial.html

Liz said...

This rocks! And so easy to whip up! Thanks!

Marissa said...

LOVE these! such a cute idea! I might be shopping your etsy store soon, we're hosting my friend's wedding shower this summer and her theme colors are espresso brown and tiffany blue and I'm sure you have some cute decor!!!

Tammy said...

Those are so adorable!

Gillian Mohlman said...

this is such a great idea!

I gave you the stylish blogger award on my blog!

http://kevinandgillian.blogspot.com/2011/02/stylish-blogger-award-thats-me.html

:)

Jen said...

What a sweet idea! I am a new follower.
I hope you come by to visit.
Cheers!
Jen
www.cariboobutterfly.com

Erin said...

So cute! My kids will love these!

Erin said...

What an adorable idea!!! LOVE it! :)

Heather at Dragonfly Designs said...

Oooo Fab idea! Thanks for sharing ~ stop by and say HI sometime!

Patti said...

SWEET idea!!

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