Published on October 27th, 2014 | by Kristen Swain0
Delightful Halloween Pops
These delightful Halloween pops are adorable.
And, they are so easy to make.
Also, can I tell you no more kids pointing out that they prefer one flavor over another.
Until, if they are crafty like my minions, they see that they can tell the flavor by looking at the wrapper peeking out at the stick. LOL!
How adorable would a bag of both ghosts and pumpkins be to be given out to the class at the Halloween party?
Or, mixed in with Halloween candy at trick or treating?
Kids will be delighted.
You’ll need some green and orange tissue paper cut into circles -a four-inch circle for the orange and a five- inch circle for the green.
You’ll need the lollipops, of course, and some twine and a marker for the faces.
Notice my circles aren’t perfect. Just get them sort of round.
This is a great kid’s craft!
Place the orange tissue down first, then top with green and then add the lollipop to the center.
Wrap the tissue up and over the pop to the stick.
Gather the excess and wrap a length of twine about 7 inches long around the top of the candy. Then, add a knot and a bow if you’d like.
Add a Jack-o’-lantern face and make them as fun as you’ d like.
Keep the faces all the same, or make them different.
Now for the ghosts…
Use white tissue paper this time. Cut it into 8-inch round circles.
Use white twine too.
After you add the twine to them, just add a couple dot eyes and an oval mouth.
Make as many or few as you’d like!