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Friday
Feb032012

Tootsie Pop Super Hero Valentines!

I really wanted to do a non-candy Valentine this year, but I came across these cute super hero Tootsie pop's on yep you guessed it Pinterest and my boys couldn't resist them either! It's only once a year right?



Here's how we did it...with the help of Little bit funky for the great tutorial and free printables by Less ordinary designs

Start with 4 sheets of stiff felt in red, blue, green and black.

I used ribbon I already had on hand.

Free printables (above)

The 2 inch whole punch I already owned came in super handy for cutting out the printables, total time saver.

You will need a regular whole punch as well.

Hot glue gun.

And, of course Tootsie pops!

I drew a template for the capes and used it to trace on to the felt then cut all the capes out.

 

 Whole punch a whole at the top center of the cape and hot glue the super hero circle on the back of the each cape. Insert the Tootsie pop and tie a ribbon under the cape to keep it from sliding down. Then the Valentine message gets a whole punch at the top and bottom so the stick can slide thru and stay put. 







I hope your Valentine's day is super!

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