Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Valentine's Day Countdown - Day Nine - Lollipop Covers

Here's another quick and easy project -- lollipop covers! These hardly take any time at all to put together, and they are suh-weet, if I say so myself! (Sorry -- couldn't pass that one up!) 

To make the covers, I cut pieces of cardstock 2.75" x 7". You may have to adjust yours a little depending on the size of the lollipop. Score at 3", 3.25", 6.25" and 6.5". I used the Soft Set Eyelet Tool to punch a small hole in the center of the bottom scored piece (for the stick). Drop the lollipop stick through the hole, and fold the cover over the top. Close it like a matchbook. I ended up using a little adhesive to hold the flap in place. 

The stamp set is one of our A-size sets at the amazing price of $7.95. Isn't it cute?

Items used (all items CTMH unless noted):
Cardstock: Tulip; Cotton Candy; White Daisy
Stamps: A Game
Ink: Black; Tulip; Cotton Candy
Embellishments: White ric-rac (retired)

Make some of these sweet treats for yourself, then check out the rest of the blog hop:


  1. I guess I'm off to the store to get some lollipops. I really like this stamp set but I haven't used it yet. I'm going to give it a try today.

  2. Love this!!! Very cute idea for that stamp set.

  3. Thanks for sharing this cute idea! Hope I'm not too late to find red and pink lollipops :))

  4. What a great idea! You're always thinking outside of the box! Thanks for sharing!

  5. Very cute little sucker covers. Really like how you made a 'winning' Tic Tac Toe with the hearts.

  6. OK. You've convinced me. I need this stamp set!

  7. Very cute idea for Suckers! I really like this stamp set! I'm going to have to pull mine out, I'm inspired! TFS

  8. Lori - Whoo-hoo! Another classroom treat idea! Now that my daughter is in High School she is back to giving out treats to her friends - this one would be perfect for her!



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