Tootsie Pop Super Valentines {Free Cutting Templates}

Are you ready for Valentine’s Day?  If you have a Silhouette, here’s a quick and easy Tootsie Pop Valentine idea.  (If you don’t have a Silhouette, and you don’t mind doing a lot of cutting, I’ve got a printable for you, too.) Aren’t these Tootsie Pop Super Valentines adorable?

Any kid will be the talk of the class with these super cool Tootsie Pop Valentines {Printable and Silhouette Cutting File from} Valentine, You're Super!

Tootsie Pop Valentines {Valentine, You’re Super!}

I’ve had my Silhouette since just before Christmas, and I finally had time to try it out.  I’m in love.  It is so cool to watch it cut things out and then peel off the extra paper to reveal the design.  I don’t think that will ever stop being fun!  I’m so excited to be able to post my first free cutting template!  (I’ve also included a free printable version.)

Any kid will be the talk of the class with these "Super" Cool Tootsie Pop Valentines {Printable and Silhouette Cutting File from} Valentine, You're Super!

Any kid will be the talk of the class with these "Super" Cool Tootsie Pop Valentines {Printable and Silhouette Cutting File from} Valentine, You're Super!

Click to go to my download page

*1/26/14–A reader just let me know that the pdf version of the tags was missing from the download.  I’m so sorry about that!  It has now been added.  Thanks, Anna!

*The fonts used are Impervious and A Truer Blue.

I hope you enjoy these tootsie pop valentines as much as my kids did, and to answer the “are you ready” question . . . I’m not!!!  These valentines are for Boo and Lu to give to their friends, but Bear wants something completely different.  I’m still working on that idea!

For more great Valentine ideas, crafts, and recipes, be sure to follow my Valentine Idea Exchange Pinterest Board.

Valentine Idea Exchange Board on Pinterest

While you’re here, check out some of my other Valentine ideas. Images below are linked.

Go nuts this Valentine's Day with this quick and easy printable Valentine. {I'm Nuts About You, Valentine! | We're Nuts About You, Valentine!} Quick and easy Valentine idea from

Disney fans are going to love these Big Hero 6 Valentines! Just for fun, use a sharpie to add a face to a tic tac on the box, and you've got a mini Baymax! {Free Printable from}

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  1. Super funny and cute!!!!

  2. Those are *super* cute! Ahh…I couldn’t resist. Pinning. :-)

  3. These are so cute! I’ve used my Silhouette a few times, but mostly I’m still intimidated by it. Love these.

  4. So cute!

  5. How cute? Thanks for sharing these on What’d You Do This Weekend? I have two granddaughters who will love these.

    The Contessa, Linda

  6. Now this is a fun Valentine!

  7. These are very cute! Thanks for sharing at Monday Funday this week!

    Take care,


  8. Oh how cute! My son would LOVE these. I wish I would have seen these earlier. Will definitely have to try these next year!

    coming by from Your Creative Time Out Party!

  9. You are definitely “one creative mommy”… these are adorable! I am going to have to remember this for down the road… Thanks for linking up to The Weekly Creative!

    Shannon @ Sewing Barefoot

  10. These are adorable! Pinning them for next year!

    I have nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award! You can check it out at the link below.

  11. This is delightfully simple. I love it! Thanks for linking up to Manic Monday!

  12. Katherines Corner says

    sweet, I am sure the recipients loved these. Sorry I’m late getting here…thank you for adding your wonderful blog to the Thursday Favorite Things hop. xo

  13. Oh Heidi!!! They are AMAZING!!!

    Thanks so much for partying at The DIY Dreamer.. From Dream To Reality! Can’t wait to see what you link up tomorrow evening!!

  14. Adorable, Heidi!! Thanks for linking up to Tasty Thursdays. The next party is live!!

    Thanks, Nichi

  15. Very cute!!

  16. Just saw these and would love to make them for my son’s kindergarten class this year, but the link for the printable isn’t working. Not sure if its my computer or the link. Thanks.

  17. I live these! I saw something similar in a catalg, but wayyy too expensive! What a great DIY – I was wondering how they could be done easily at home. Pinning!

  18. Heidi, this is super cute! What a fun change from conversation hearts. Love this idea. Pinning.

  19. My sons love these and would like to use them for their valentines this year. Do you by chance remember the name of the font? It’s one that I don’t have downloaded, because when I open it in my Silhouette it just comes up in a plain font. Thanks for sharing!

    • I totally forgot that the fonts wouldn’t automatically show on the Silhouette. The fonts I used are Impervious and A Truer Blue. (Both were likely downloaded from

      Good luck! I hope they work for you, Shannon.

  20. Super cute Heidi! My little guys would love giving these to their friends! :)

  21. Ok, my boys would go absolutely crazy over these! How CUTE!!! Thanks so much for sharing at Hit Me with Your Best Shot! Hope to see you back tonight!

    ~Abby =)

  22. Thanks so much for sharing with Wednesday’s Adorned From Above Link Party.
    Debi and Charly @ Adorned From Above

  23. Thanks for sharing your Tootsie Pop Valentines at The Pin Junkie. Ihey were featured in today’s Valentine’s roundup. Please stop by to grab a featured button and don’t forget to join the party this evening! Hope to see you there!

  24. Quick question….. I love the Tootsie Pop V-day craft. For supplies for the tags and glasses – any suggestions for materials?
    did you use simple construction paper? A sharpie for the lenses of the sunglasses?
    Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

    • Hi, Sara. This is a printable project. No sharpie needed! Just click the download icon to download the file (it’s in a .zip format, so the printables are inside the .zip file). The files are offered in svg format (for a Sillouette cutting machine) or pdf format. If you don’t have a Silhouette, just print the pdf files of the capes on one color of cardstock and the masks on another color. Then cut them out and put the treats together. Have fun!

  25. Thanks so much for this – I work at a University and I like to do something for the Professors in my department and the student workers. You made it very easy for me this year! Appreciate it very much!

  26. LOVE! But I’m still not seeing the PDF for the tags. Am I doing something wrong? Thanks!!

  27. hello! our girl scout day camp has a super hero theme this year and I wanted to make these cute lollipops for my volunteers. I can’t seem to be able to get the cape portion to work. Any chance you could email it to me? Was hoping I could take off the valentine part and add our camp logo our some form of thank you message. Would really really appreciate it and thank you for sharing!

  28. Any chance I could do this on my Cricut?

  29. Hi Heidi, I just thought I’d pop over to let you know that I gave a shout out to these cute valentines on my diy valentine post today. You are more than welcome to come give it a peek :)

  30. Love these! What did you use to attach the mask?

  31. Hi I’m loving your blog, You have some really great content. I have featured your Valentine’s Day Smore‘s printable on my blog : 20+ creative valentines for kids. It’s getting a lot of traffic about 500 views per day. I was wondering if you would like to feature it on your blog as it has your tutorial on it? Or share on your social networks, Here is the link:)
    Have a great day I hope you get lots of traffic from this post, it says you’ve gotten a few hits today already!

    Best Andrea

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