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Lollipop Flower Pots

Lollipop Flower Pots

Yield

Makes 3 dozen cookies

Ingredients
1 package (18 ounces) refrigerated sugar cookie dough
36 caramels
1 cup chocolate cookie crumbs
Green gummy fruit slices or candy spearmint leaves
36 small lollipops
Preparation
  1. Preheat oven to 350°F. Lightly grease 36 mini (1-3/4-inch) muffin pan cups. Shape dough into 36 balls; press onto bottoms and up sides of prepared muffin cups. Place 1 caramel in center of each muffin cup.
  2. Bake 10 to 11 minutes or until edges are lightly browned. Cool cookies in pan on wire racks. Remove to wire racks; cool completely.
  3. Sprinkle heaping 1 teaspoon cookie crumbs into center of each cookie. Flatten gummy fruit slices slightly; press into leaf shapes. Push each lollipop stick through 1 or 2 leaves as desired. Push 1 lollipop with leaves into each cookie cup.

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Lollipop Flower Pot Easter Centerpiece

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Learn how to make a Lollipop Flower Pot Easter Centerpiece with this easy step by step tutorial. It’s an easy centerpiece to make for Easter.

You’ll love making this easy craft for Easter, either you can make it to give to someone or keep it yourself.

It’s such a sweet project to make using lollipops, a styrofoam ball, and a flowerpot.

I have seen these cute Lollipop Flower Pots (similar but not like mine) on the internet for a while.

I had all the intentions of making one sooner, but of course, I procrastinated.

After I picked up a few boxes of Dum Dums after Valentine’s Day on clearance for 80% off.

Knew as soon as I began throwing the boxes into my shopping cart what I wanted to make with them.

Didn’t think it would take me over a month to decide to use the Lollipops.

Since Easter is quickly approaching I decided to use the Lollipops to make an Easter Centerpiece.

what you need to make A Lollipop Easter Centerpiece

  • 1- flower pot
  • 1- styrofoam ball
  • Spray paint
  • Dum Dums (I used 200)
  • computer/ printer (I used my HP Envy printer)
  • 1- stiff sheet white felt
  • hot glue gun
  • 1- chopstick or skewer
  • Ribbon

how to make a lollipop FLOWER POT Centerpiece

1. I found free clip art online, then designed a small Easter sign using picmonkey for my fonts. I used my printer to print out my design on stiff glitter felt.

Next, I cut out my design then glued it to a chopstick.

2. Spray paint the flower pot and let dry. When the flower pot is dry glue the styrofoam ball to it.

Next, stick the Easter sign into the Styrofoam ball where you want it. Then start sticking the lollipops into the Styrofoam.

3. Continue sticking the lollipops into the Styrofoam until the entire ball is covered.

4. Glue the ribbon onto the pot then tie the ribbon into a bow. Sit back and admire! This cute lollipop flower pot would make a lovely hostess gift for Easter, or use as a centerpiece for your Easter table.

Also, you can make lollipop flowerpots for birthday gifts, graduation, or any occasion. It’s really a sweet surprise!

What do you think about my Lollipop Flower Pot Centerpiece?

Learn how to make a Lollipop Flower Pot Easter Centerpiece with this easy step by step tutorial. It's an easy centerpiece to make for Easter.