DIY Giant Lollipop Decorations Made from Pool Noodles and Tape (Candy Land Party Decor Idea) ~ Dallas Mom Blog and Fort Worth Mom Blogger: Trendy Mom Reviews
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Sunday, December 1, 2019

DIY Giant Lollipop Decorations Made from Pool Noodles and Tape (Candy Land Party Decor Idea)


DIY Giant Lollipop Decorations Made from Pool Noodles and Tape
Supplies

  • Pool noodles (Get a 5-pack of multiple colors with free shipping on Amazon here.)
  • Colorful Duck tape or Colorful Masking Tape (Duck tape looks much better and is my first choice, but it may be tougher for a child to use if you have a little one helping you.)  (Get a multi-color pack of Duck tape on Amazon here or a multi-color pack of Masking tape here.)
  • Glue gun and glue
  • Cellophane 
  • Ribbon
  • String 
  • Cardboard tubes from inside of wrapping paper or thin PVC pipes (I found that it was cheaper to order a 4-pack of wrapping paper on Amazon and use the cardboard tubes for this project and save the wrapping paper for later use instead of buying cardboard tubes or thin pvc pipes.)
Directions
1. Wrap the pool noodle in a diagonal pattern around the pool noodle.

2. Shape the pool noodle into a coil to see what it will look like once it's rolled up.  Then open it and use a glue gun, starting with the center of the coil (lollipop) and glue the coil together, workout outwards.  Hold each section closed for about 3 to 5 minutes to let dry and keep working your way around it.

3. Cut a small hold into the bottom.

4. Insert the thin cardboard tube or thin pvc pipe.

5. Wrap the pool noodle lollipop in cellophane and hold closed by tying a string around it.

6. Tie a ribbon around the lollipop wrapper at the stem.

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