Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Frankenstein pops

3 more days til Halloween!

My kids are *so* excited. I still haven't finished my daughter's shirt for her costume but I'm hoping to get to that tonight.

I made these little lollipops for the kids in my son's preschool class. I already gave them the pumpkin poop at their fall party last month but I at least wanted to give them something for a Halloween treat. There will come a day when I won't have anyone to give these cute treats to (cause my kids will be too old!) so I'm taking advantage of every opportunity now!

So made these super quick and easy Frankenstein lollipop covers with the Batty For You stamp set. The paper is green galore which was fun to use since I hadn't touched that color in quite a while. I used caramel apple suckers inside (which is why I chose the green color) but I found that the suckers that work the best are those flat ones that you get in the long pack (you know, the ones that are like $10 for a dollar). These suckers were a bit too lumpy but I made them work. Now I just have to figure out what I'm going to make for my daughter's class.

Measurements for the lollipops:
Cut cardstock 6 5/8" x 2 1/4"
Score at 3 1/2"

Use the slit punch on the longer side

1 comment:

Tami said...

Those are so cute! You are such a good Mommy! :-)

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