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Candy Craft – Halloween Lollipops Tutorial + Printables

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These Halloween Lollipops are about the cutest candy craft! And SO easy to make! Dress them up with our sucker tags, and you’ve got a seriously darling Halloween treat!

halloween lollipops

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These suckers are probably the easiest project ever. My mom, who is the self-proclaimed “least craftiest person alive”, used to make these every year, so if she can do it, so can you! We’re showing you how to make all 5 of these simple suckers, so grab your supplies, grab the kids, and let’s get crafting!

 

Halloween Lollipops Candy Craft

supplies

  • Tissue paper (black, green, orange, white, and purple)
  • String, ribbon, or twine (we used grey and green bakers twine)
  • Black pipe cleaners
  • Black and white or silver sharpie markers (we also used red just for fun, but totally optional)
  • Tootsie Pop or similar suckers
  • Printable Halloween tags (download below)
  • Tape
  • Scissors
  • Circles template (Click HERE to download) or 3 different sized circular items to trace
  • Pencil for tracing circles

directions

We’re going to break down each one of these halloween lollipops tutorials for you:

lollipop ghosts

  1. Fold your white tissue paper into large enough sections for your plate to fit. The one we used was 8″ across.
  2. Trace and cut out your circles.
  3. Since our tissue paper was pretty see-through, we doubled up and used 2 circles per ghost. Fold over sucker, and secure with string.
  4. Draw eyes and a mouth with the black sharpie marker.

lollipop vampires

  1. Fold your purple tissue paper into large enough sections for your plate to fit. The one we used was 6″ across.
  2. Trace and cut out your circles.
  3. Cut out approx. 3″ x 3″ black tissue paper squares for the capes.
  4. Fold purple tissue paper over sucker, place black tissue paper on the back, and secure with string.
  5. Draw eyes and a mouth with the black sharpie marker. We used the red to color in the fangs, but this is optional.

lollipop jack-o-lanterns

  1. Fold your green tissue paper into large enough sections for your plate to fit. The one we used was 6″ across.
  2. Fold your orange tissue paper into large enough sections for your plate (or cup) to fit. The one we used was 4″ across.
  3. Trace and cut out your circles.
  4. Placing the green on the bottom, and the orange circle on top, fold them in half and make a slit for your sucker stick to go through.
  5. Fold both tissue paper circles over sucker, and secure with string.
  6. Draw eyes and a mouth with the black sharpie marker.

lollipop frankensteins

  1. Fold your black tissue paper into large enough sections for your plate to fit. The one we used was 6″ across.
  2. Fold your green tissue paper into large enough sections for your plate (or cup) to fit. The one we used was 4″ across.
  3. Trace and cut out your circles.
  4. Placing the black on the bottom, and the green circle on top, fold them in half and make a slit for your sucker stick to go through.
  5. Fold both tissue paper circles over sucker, and secure with string.
  6. Draw eyes and a mouth with the black sharpie marker.

lollipop spiders

  1. Fold your black tissue paper into large enough sections for your plate to fit. The one we used was 6″ across.
  2. Trace and cut out your circles.
  3. Cut 2 pipe cleaners in half.
  4. Fold tissue paper over sucker, and secure with pipe cleaners by twisting 2 together to stick out on one side, and then the last 2 to stick out on the other side. Bend each “leg”.
  5. Draw eyes and a mouth with the white or silver sharpie marker.

So simple and darling, right?! Then just tape on our darling and simple tags, and you’ve got a darling candy craft!

Click here to download our Halloween Sucker Tags

So how is that for an easy craft that’s fun for the kids too? Happy creating and Happy Halloween!

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