Lol­lipop Orna­ment

Dec 2, 2014

Lollipop Ornament

I’ve been searching through my “Blog Archives” and thought I would re-post this cute hol­i­day ornament that was originally posted on December 3, 2006. It’s a fun holiday craft that’s perfect for any age. Get­ting the triangles just right is a bit tricky but once you get the hang of it this project moves along quite fast.

Sup­plies Needed: Pat­terned Paper, 2″ Cir­cle Punch (I used the Whale of a Punch), Adhesive, Craft Stick, Ribbon, Eye­let, Jump Ring, Embroi­dery Floss, Stick­les (Crystal)

Tools Used: Crop-a-dile, Scissors

Lollipop Ornament Step Out

Instruc­tions:

  1. Punch out 10– 2 in. cir­cles. See Image One
  2. Fold up the edges of each cir­cle so that you form a tri­an­gle in the cen­ter of each cir­cle. See Image Two
  3. Glue 5 of the folded cir­cles together mak­ing sure the tops of the tri­an­gles are point­ing up in order to form a cir­cle. Make sure to match up the points of the tri­an­gles when adhering them together. This will give you a nice tight lol­lipop cen­ter. Once the 5 folded cir­cles are glued together it will make a dome. See Image Three
  4. Repeat step 3.
  5. Glue the two domes together to com­plete your lol­lipop. Make sure to leave an open­ing large enough at the bot­tom where two cir­cles con­nect so you can slide your craft stick into bot­tom of orna­ment.
  6. Glue craft stick to lollipop. See Image Four
  7. Tie Rib­bon around craft stick.
  8. Set an eye­let in the top cen­ter area of your lollipop.
  9. Attach your jump ring.
  10. Thread embroi­dery floss through jump ring and tie in a dou­ble knot.
  11. Use stick­les to accent your ornament, let dry.

Sev­eral of these can be cre­ated to dec­o­rate your tree, gift bags, presents etc. The pos­si­bil­i­ties are endless.

Lisa

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