SO many people love this easy DIY Christmas craft! These are giant paper plate lollipops for Christmas. They are super cute as a garden decoration or you can line your driveway with them. Plus, they cost less than a dollar each to make! They do not have to be painted perfectly because the cellophane makes them all look ADORABLE no matter what your skill level is which makes it an easy DIY craft anybody this holiday season. Let’s get started making giant paper plate lollipops!
Paper Plate Lollipops
I originally made these paper plate lollipops for Christmas, but you could use these cute lollipop decorations for just about any occasion! Just switch up the paint colors:)
We had so much fun making these giant lollipops from paper plates. Candies that don’t give you cavities? Perfect!
Paper Plate Lollipop Video
More DIY Christmas Decoration Ideas:
- Giant Christmas Ornaments
- Mason Jar Lid Snow Globe
- Unbreakable Ornaments
- Fish Bowl Snowman
- Ornament filled with Hot Chocolate
With just a few supplies kids can create the coolest christmas decor! Put them in your yard or display them in a vase filled with peppermint candies. Whatever your presentation the kids will so much fun making them! So easy!
Decorate your garden with them this Christmas or line them up along your driveway. They cost less than a dollar each to make! If you get paper plates from Costco (like we do), then they’re even cheaper! I used acrylic paint, but use whatever you have or washable paint if kids are doing it. I got the sponge “dot” paint brushes at the craft store.
You know what wold be fun? Making them in different colors for candy themed parties!
Merry Christmas and happy DIY decorating!
Paper Plate LollipopsPrint Here
You Will Need
- Paper plates
- Wooden dowel (from the craft store)
- Green and red paint plush paint brushes
- Hot glue gun (or tacky glue for kids)
- Paint various lollipop designs on the back of 2 paper plates (or one paper plate if the back of the lollipops will be hidden wherever you display them).
- Let them dry.
- Cut two small squares out of each paper plate as seen in the video.
- Glue the paper plates together, making a hole for the dowel to be inserted.
- Once dry, insert the wooden dowel.
- Wrap cellophane around the paper plates and tie a ribbon around them (this keeps them attached to the dowel).