Sunday, October 20, 2013

Lollypop Present Revisited

I'm back:-)  Here is the improved version. I like it, but to sell for $1 or $1.50 it takes too much time and too much in the way of materials. It would be a cute gift for kids though.

  1. Cut four pieces of cardstock 2 7/8 inch square.
  2. Cut four pieces of dsp 2 3/4 inch square.
  3. Adhere the dsp to each piece of cardstock.
  4. Punch an ornament shape in the center of each one. Use the old ornament punch for blow pops or the new ornament punch could work for Tootsie pops.
  5. Fold each square in half and crease with a bone folder.
  6. Glue the back sides together: half of one to the half of another. Be sure to insert the sucker before gluing the last side. Add a bow or two to the top and you have a Present pop:-)

This is the style I'll make to sell at the craft show.


  1. Hey Carole...thought I had visited your blog before, but I guess not. I must say you make a lot of great crafty things, not just cards. I'm pretty much a card girl until I get forced out of my comfort zone. I'll have to check out your stuff more often. :)

  2. These are so cute! You always make the cutest gift holders!

  3. Love them both! Thanks for the details on how to make the first one. Very cute indeed!

  4. Both are wonderful and such a fun way to give a little treat!


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