Paper Crafts are one of my favorite crafts to do. I had such fun making these Paper Lollipops! Remember on Friday when I shared my monogram bag and told you all about the new Amy Tangerine Plus One Collection? Well these paper lollipops are made with the Plus One Collection patterned papers. I just love them and think they bring such a fun look of Spring to my home.
So cute, right?? Let me show you how I made them!
Paper Crafts: Paper Lollipops
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- Plus One Collection paper
- Plus One Fabric Brads
- Black Ink
- Double sided tape
- Lollipop Sticks
- Circle Punch or a die cut machine
First you will want to cut out circles from your paper. I was making 3 lollipops (one for each of my kids) and wanted 10 circles for each one – so I cut out 30 circles. There are lots of circles punches out there but I just used a circle from my cricut machine.
I like to ink the edges of my paper – of course this step is optional but I think it really makes the project pop! So ink the edges and then form your lollipop by layering the paper circles. Before you adhere anything down make sure you have the circles in the order that you want and spaced evenly.
Now carefully adhere each circle to the circle in front of it without moving it out of place – I used double sided tape for this. Once that is done then push the brad through the center and secure. I used the Plus One Collection fabric brads that match the paper.
Your last step is adding a lollipop stick onto the back – I just used some regular tape for this. For a finishing touch I tied on some cute ribbon. Isn’t this such a fun paper craft?? I just love how these look and am just loving the colors!
This project was easy enough that Adison was able to make them with me
If you are looking for more Spring Ideas then you will probably want to check these out!
Strawberry Basil Smoothie from Keep It Simple Sweetie
Homemade Strawberries and Cream Pop Tarts from From Gate to Plate
Spring Ombre Button Art from We Like to Learn as We Go
Also if you would like to see more of my Paper Crafts you can check out this page here!
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