Did you know that July 20, is National Lollipop day? I didn’t either! To celebrate I thought it would be fun to share with you some fun lollipop holder favors. These are so versatile and would be perfect for baby showers, bridal showers, weddings, valentines, or just small anytime gifts.
I found some really cute smiley face and peace sign lollipops at Target, so I thought it would be fun to go with a retro lollipop holder.
I used some thin lollipops, but Blow pops and Tootsie pops would work great too. In fact, I bet you could even use these for cake pops. That would be so perfect a party. Here’s a side view so you can see what I mean.
I tried to accommodate as many people as I can so I am offering the Lollipop Holder template and the scalloped circles in three formats, SVG, Studio, and PDF. The link to download the files is located in the supplies section. If you enjoy this tutorial, please share Cute as a Fox with your friends. Do not redistribute the templates. Templates are for personal use only.
Let’s get started.
Lollipop Holder Party Favors
- Scalloped Lollipop Template: Download Lollipop Holder SVG Template, Lollipop Holder .STUDIO Template, Lollipop Holder PDF Template
- Lollipop on a stick
- Twist Tie
- Ribbon and embellishments as desired
- Cut out a lollipop template using your desired method. For the PDF version, make sure you score the paper on the dotted lines. PDF users will also need to punch holes for the twist tie.
- If desired, cut out the Have a groovy day and Smile circles. I used the Print and Cut option on my Silhouette Cameo.
- Fold each end of the lollipop holder up on the scored lines.
- Place your lollipop, candy side down, in the lollipop holder and secure with the twist tie.
- Embellish the outside of the lollipop holder however you want. For some I used bows instead of the scalloped circles. For a bow, slide the twist tie through the back side of the ribbon. It saves you from trying to force ribbon through the holes.
I put the peace sign lollipops with the ‘Have a groovy day” circles and the Smiley faces with the “Smile” circle.
These are pretty quick and easy to put together. The step that took the longest was waiting for the Silhouette to cut them out!
I hope you make these for your next party! What kind of theme would you do for them? Tell me about it in the comments.
Happy National Lollipop Day!