Gravestone Lollipops

1
Penny Hall

By
@FantasyFaery54

To make these clever covers for candy suckers, download a tombstone image and follow the steps below:

Rating:

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Comments:
Serves:
as many as needed
Prep:
1 Hr

Ingredients

How to Make Gravestone Lollipops

Step-by-Step

  1. Step 1: For each lollipop, print and cut out two tombstones, then glue them, faceup, to a sheet of black construction paper with a glue stick. When dry, cut around each tombstone, leaving a black construction-paper border, as shown.
    Step 2: Turn one tombstone facedown and glide the glue stick along its outer edges at the top and sides only. Place the other tombstone on top of it, faceup. Press the edges together to create one cover. Let dry.
    Step 3: Use a fine-tipped black Sharpie to spell out "RIP" — or a guest's name — on one side.
    Step 4: Repeat directions above to create additional lollipop covers. Insert candy. Place floral foam in a bowl and stand lollipops in the foam. Then fill the bowl with crushed Oreos to serve as the dirt in your graveyard.

    Read more: Halloween Craft Ideas for Kids - Halloween Craft Projects - Country Living

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About Gravestone Lollipops

Course/Dish: Other Snacks
Other Tag: Quick & Easy
Hashtag: #halloween




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