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  • Christy Tolliver

    What a cute idea!! Take a picture of a loved one with their arms stretched as shown, and then punch two holes top and botom of the fist. When you thread the lolly through, it'll look like theyre holding i! :) (Cool Valentines Day Idea!)

  • Amber Widlake-Herring

    awesome valentine idea for when the kid(s) grow up!

  • Beth Goldberg

    Cute idea for home made St. Valentines Day cards! Take a photo of the kid holding their fist out. Print pictures on card stock. Make a small slit above & below fist. Slide sucker stick through slits. Everyone gets one, so no need for names. Picture let's everyone know who they were from.

  • Gina Grant

    SUCH a cute idea for kids' valentines! (or Christmas cards with candy canes?)

  • Patti Knick

    cute idea for a kid's valentine's day card for their class or birthday invitation

  • Lisa K

    Valentine's Day - cute idea for valentines cards

  • Nicole Tanner

    Awesome idea for homemade Valentine cards. SUCH a cute idea

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