How does your garden grow?


Here is another free valentine download for you! This one is much simpler! Download the files, cut and assemble!


Lollipop Lily




35 Responses to “How does your garden grow?”

  1. Carla Says:

    Those are ADORABLE!! Thanks so much for sharing the template!

  2. Zarah Says:

    Awww… That’s so CUTE!

  3. Sandy Says:

    These are SUPER CUTE! I had another valentine planned but am ditching those for this. Thanks so much for sharing!!!

  4. Leigh Ann Says:

    That is just what I needed. We have to make our Valentine’s this weekend. Both the 3 and 5 year olds can do this. Thank you!

    Cheers! LA

  5. miss chris Says:

    These? I can do! Thanks!

  6. capello Says:

    these will be great for the boys! thanks!

  7. Kimmy Says:

    My daycare kids are going to LOVE these. I am going to print and cut out this weekend so they can do them on Monday.

  8. Sandy Says:

    I took some time away from my cutting out of the lollipop lilies to tell you thanks for this great print out. Since my birthday is in Dec and we get so many treats at work I bring my treats on Valentines day. I try to make it special with a decorated table and assortment of sweet goodies. I will be having a basket full of all colors of the Lillie’s to share with my co-workers.
    Along with plates of fudge, candy hearts etc. Thanks again.

  9. Alisa Says:

    This is just what I need to finish up my kids valentines. I had the bigger kids done, but not the littles. THANK you!

  10. Robyn Says:

    As usual fantastic post! Thanks always for your wonderful ideas! Love them!

  11. Shannon Says:

    Those are so cute! I’m definitely doing those with my girls! I noticed the name on the leaf too. That’s my daughter’s name. 🙂

  12. Macy Says:

    I found your site via Design Mom and I’m so glad I stopped by! You have such great ideas, and I’ve been looking for a hooded towel tutorial, so I was so excited to find yours! Keep up the great work.

  13. Kristine Says:

    Very fun and easy to do with my 3 year old! We had a blast making them for her class this morning. Thank you!!!

  14. Mommy Bee Says:

    I love these! Thank you!

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  16. Amber @ Soggy Cheerios Says:

    Thank you so much for these!! We made them up last night and they were a hit!

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  18. Jill Says:

    I saw your post but had already done Valentines so we decided to use your idea and make happy spring lollipop bouquets. I put a link to your post from my blog, hope that’s ok. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  20. Rachelle @ "Mommy? I'm Hungry!" Says:

    Hello, I saw your link on another blog and had to peek pver. These are adorable!

    I was wonderng how many sheets of cardstock I would need?
    How many flowers and leafs print on a piece of paper?

  21. Rachelle @ "Mommy? I'm Hungry!" Says:

    I see it now =)

  22. Brittani Cruikshank Says:

    i can not download the template unless i am doing something wrong.

  23. Mary Says:

    This is a wonderful and easy idea! Thank you so much for the download with the instructions! I’m a new fan of yours 🙂

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  25. karen Says:

    Thanks so much for this wonderful idea. I made over 40 of these, for my granddaughters classes. The teachers were impressed!!

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  27. tomr Says:

    Just found the perfect gift away for my daughter’s birthday. Great idea, meizitang. Thanks.

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  29. Kelly Says:

    Thank you! We used the lollipop lily cut outs for Valentine’s Day and they are awesome!!!

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