Adorable Valentine’s Day Class Exchange Idea

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I posted this fun idea last year- but thought I would put it up again for those of you who may not have seen it…

If you are looking for something more fun & special to do for the Valentine’s day treats your child exchanges in class this year, I think this is just one of the cutest ideas! Check out these adorable photo treat cards that Crystal made. she took a photo of her son as if he was reaching out to hand a lollipop to someone, and then poked lollipops through the photo cards! This makes for inexpensive, super-cute & personalized Valentine treats! All you need is a bag of pops and a great photo card deal and you’re good to go!

One of the nice photo deals going on right now is for new members of that works out to be .10 cents a photo card! You can get (24) 4×8 photo cards for just $2.49 shipped when you use the code 25cards at checkout. There is a limit of 1 per account and valid for new accounts only I believe. So to get in on the deal, just create a new account at and create a 4×8 card. Now add 24 cards to your cart, and use the code 25cards. Your total will be only $2.49. And SeeHere also allows you to pay with a Paypal account if you prefer.

-Thanks for the photo and great idea to Crystal at Frugal Chic Living!

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  1. I did this last year for my son’s preschool class. I made a slit above and below my son’s hand and then put tape on the back side. You can put a holiday pencil if you choose not to put a lollipop. Also, you may want to replace the lollipop and get a real or fake rose or flower to give to the teacher.

  2. Thats cute! A boy in my daughter’s class was into star wars and took the picture to look like a light saber… then inserted a pixistick thru 🙂 love the creativity!

  3. This is too cute! I love it. I ‘m definitely taking advantage of this idea… as long as my son will cooperate with the getting the picture!

  4. So cute! How did she adhere the lolipop? I can’t tell if it is just taped or if a hole punch was used. I’m so making these for my daughter!

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