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Flowers Sweet Enough to Eat

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These lollipop flowers are a simple-to-make Valentine surprise. Help your child put together a sweet, petite bouquet for a special friend or teacher. Or make several as birthday-party favors or tabletop nosegays at a luncheon. For the most realistic “petals,” use craft foam; it has a little more weight than construction paper.
Flowers Sweet Enough to Eat
What You’ll Need
  • Construction paper or craft foam
  • Pencil
  • Safety scissors
  • Lollipops
  • Floral foam or clay
  • Small flowerpot
  • Glue
What You'll Do
  1. Draw or trace flower shapes on colored craft foam or construction paper. Help your child cut out the flower shapes.
  2. Cut an X in the center of each flower shape and insert a lollipop.
  3. Place floral foam or clay in the bottom a small flowerpot, then anchor the lollipop “flowers” in the pot.
  4. Cut out paper hearts, and glue them to the pot.

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