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Blonde Designs is an inspirational blog focused on invitations, parties, and good design. We are Angie Gubler and Kristin Rees, best friends, graphic designers and moms.
We are both former art directors at Martha Stewart Living and Martha Stewart Weddings, respectively. 
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Wednesday
Feb102010

more valentine lollipops

Our friend, Courtney, just made the cutest lollipop Valentines for her kids. I think they are brilliant! Check out the instructions here.

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These are so cute!!! It's kind of funny because my sister just emailed me another blog that is posting the same thing today. http://houseonhillroad.typepad.com/my_weblog/ I love the different takes on this. It is such a great idea and I am thinking it is the answer to my quandary about what to do for my son's valentine cards at school.

02.11 | Unregistered CommenterJessica

wow, those ARE brilliant. I Love it!

02.11 | Unregistered CommenterSheila

They turned out SOOOO cute!

02.11 | Unregistered CommenterAlissa

Heard about this from Ohbrooke - Those are darn cute! Love to see that adapted to a gift card holder. SO cute. Thanks for sharing!

I had some girlfriends over the other day and we were all talking about how we have to do this next year!!

02.20 | Unregistered CommenterLacie

Nice lollipop my kids will love this,thanks for sharing this. :)

vee

very original! Congratulations from Barcelona!

04.14 | Unregistered Commenterglòria

I love these valentine lolly pop,s, I wonder if they have a Generic Viagra inside..

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