DIY Spook-Pops!

October 17, 2013 | DIY

DIY Spook-Pops!

So yesterday I mentioned that I’d had a DIY idea come to me in a flash the other day, and now I’m here to share it with you! I have no idea where the idea came from.. I don’t celebrate halloween, and haven’t had a lollipop for years – but here we are haha! The mind is a funny thing. Hopefully some of you out there celebrate halloween and will find this DIY fun and useful :)

I thought these pops would be great if you’re having a halloween party, or need a quick gift for someone.. they’re so cute!

DIY Spook-Pops

Here’s what you’ll need:

- Ghost and Skeleton Template in A4 or LETTER
- Lollipops
- Tissue Paper in black and white
- Sticky Tape
- Paint Markers
- Hole Punch
- Scissors

Step 1.
Cut the tissue paper into approx. 10cm (4″) squares. You’ll need a few layers so you can’t see the lollipop wrapper underneath. Round off the corners of each square.

DIY Spook-PopsStep 2.
Envelope the lollipop with the tissue circle, and twist the ends around the stick (much like how the original wrapper is done). Use a length of sticky tape to secure it in place. Try not to get too much bulk at the base of the lollipop as that makes it more difficult later on.

DIY Spook-PopsStep 3.
Print out the templates on light card (colour is up to you) and cut them out. Use your hold punch to punch the circles indicated on the pattern. TIP: Turn your hole punch upside down and take the back cover off – that way you can see the paper when you feed it in, and can line up where you need to punch.

DIY Spook-Pops

Step 4.
Thread the lollipop stick through the top hole you’ve just made, followed by the bottom hole. Ease the cardboard into place on the lollipop, tape down the back if you need.

DIY Spook-Pops

Step 5.
For the Ghosts, use a black pen to draw in some eyes and a mouth.
For the Skeletons – I used a silver marker to draw some bones on the body and some creepy (but cute!) facial features before attaching them to the lollipop stick.

DIY Spook-Pops

So there you go – simple or what?! I wish we celebrated halloween here – I think they’d be a really fun thing to hand out to trick or treaters! :) What do you think?

DIY Spook-Pops DIY Spook-Pops

14 Comments

  1. I love this! So easy yet impressive. Would be a great way for kids to be able to celebrate Halloween at school with friends.

  2. This is SO adorable!!! haha i’m in love! i’m making the white ones for our Halloween party, wish i could do the black ones, but i just yesterday threw my black tissue paper because it was wrinkled.. I guess now it wouldn’t matter! Thank you so much for sharing

  3. WOWWWWW it’s a great idea! So nice! I love them! Here in Spain we don’t celebrate much Halloween but I will try to do them because they are just adorable! THANK YOU!

  4. This is one of the cutest Halloween ideas I’ve seen this year! So creative.

  5. SO CUTE!! I love those skeleton ones!! so perfect – I know the kiddies will love them!

  6. now this is a DIY anyone can do! I love it and can’t believe we haven’t seen this before… it’s so simple it’s genius!

  7. Hi Claire! Yay for a new DIY! My lil girl doesn’t know Halloween yet, but this will be a good way for her to learn two new words – ‘ghost’ and ‘skeleton’! Thanks for sharing.

  8. Oh my gosh, so cute! I’ll be sharing these on The Crafty Crow soon!

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  10. I’m not into Halloween but these are so cute! And very doable. Only problem is that my kids will rip through them trying to figure out the flavours of the lollies!

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