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Valentine Frame

Materials:
  • Candy hearts
  • Glue
  • Photos of person sending the valentine
  • Paint or markers
  • Large popsicle sticks
  • Construction paper
  • Ribbon
Directions:
  1. Glue the popsicle sticks together in a square to make the frame.
  2. Cut out a peice of construction paper to fit into the frame.
  3. Paint or color the popsicle sticks the color of your choice.
  4. Glue candy hearts around the frame for decoration.
  5. Glue your picture, or a loved one's picture, into the center of the frame.
  6. Glue ribbon on the back of the frame for easy hanging.
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