Monday, January 25, 2010

Lollypop Flower Favor

Here are the cute Tootsie Pop Flowers I made today. These were inspired by a swap I received at Leadership. I don't have the Big Shot Flower Folds Die so I used a punches to make this. One Flower pop is using solid CS while the others are using that fabulous new DSP: Sending Love.
Here the flowers sit in a small glass container:

Here's the underside of the flower:

To make these flowers:
Left Photo:
(3) Punched full hearts in Real Red CS
(1) Punched Extra Large Fancy Flower in Pretty in Pink CS
(1) 1-1/4" x 3-1/2" Old Olive CS
Right Photo: Trim hearts 1-1/2" from the point of the heart as shown
Left Photo: Clip hearts as shown about 1/2"
Right Photo: Clip Punched Flower as shown, about 1/2"
Left Photo: Using the Crop-o-dile large hole, punch center
Right Photo: Sponge edhes of the Flower using Real Red ink
Left Photo: after thread the Tootsie Pop stick through, adhere the hearts around the stick using sticky tape. Tip: use invisible tape to tightly wrap around the Tootsie Pop wraper.
Right Photo: Light mark, with a pencil 1/2" as shown. (width of Old Olive strip shuld be 1-1/4" not 2" as in photo)

Left Photo: clip the Old Olive 1/8" apart to the pencil line.
Right Photo: Apply sticky tape on one side to adhere to the Tootsie Pop stick and on the other side to "close" the Old Olive strip. Tie ribbon around stick.

Supples:
  • Stamps: none
  • CS: Real Red, Pretty in Pink, Senmding Love DSP
  • Ink: Real Red
  • Accys: Full Heart Punch, Extra Large Fancy Flower, Stamping Sponge, Sticky Tape, 1/4" Old Olive Grosgrain Ribbon

Thank you for stopping by to see my project today...............HUGS!!!

13 comments:

Esther said...

Just started following your blog, and I LOVE all the sweet ideas you have. Your tutorials are so fun!
I've printed some off for future reference. BTW - Super Cute Lollipops!

corinnesomerville said...

Oh my gosh, Patti !!! This are stinkin' adorable !!! LOVE IT !!!! And...I LOVE YOU !!!!

Miss you !!
Big hugs
Corinne (aka Roxy)

Ellen Kemper said...

Cute creative fun! All just like their creator.

Thanks for teaching how to do it with PUNCHES!

Whimcees said...

The lollypops are awesome! Love them! Thank you for another great tutorial!

Wishing you a great day today!

Barbara Diane

helen said...

Cute and delicious!

Joyce said...

Oh Patti, these are sweet. I just love your work. Cute stuff, day after day, that's why I keep coming back.

elaine said...

Cute! What a great idea!

Whitney Richardson said...

okay you know your are just sick with creativity!! OMG, I am going to have to step up my game!@!
Very cool I love this what great teacher Valentine gifts!!

xxxooo
whit

eunice said...

These are so cute! I was hoping to fill a few mugs with candy to give away for valentines day, and this might just be the perfect idea for me. Thanks for sharing and the inspiration!

crockpotlover said...

Your lollipop flowers are just too darn cute!! Thanks for showing us how to do this without the die!

Gloria Foxworthy said...

stampworthy

Love it, love it . . . you never run out of tricks and ideas. Thanks for all your help!

Gail's Card Cafe' said...

great idea as usual! ;)

Chris said...

Super sweet cute! Thank you for sharing all your wonderful ideas and hard work.