This is a guide about making a Tootsie Pop turkey. Tootsie Pops can be decorated for various holidays as a fun seasonal treat.
This is a guide about making a Tootsie Pop Santa. Tootsie Pops can be easily decorated by you and your children to make a cute tasty Santa.
We made these at my son's school to be used as place cards for their Thanksgiving Feast. They would be perfect for both a school party or placed around the "kid's table" for your Thanksgiving meal at home!
This simple craft takes a Tootsie Pop and makes it into a cute spider. It's great for a Halloween party or to hand out to trick-or-treaters.
Easy to make Tootsie Pop reindeer. My Tootsie Pop snowman and Santa would not be complete without this cute Tootsie Pop reindeer! This little guy would be adorable slipped under the ribbon on a gift for someone special or handed out at a Christmas party!
This is a guide about making a Tootsie Pop reindeer. These easy to make, cute Tootsie Pop reindeer are perfect to use for stocking stuffers or party favors.
This is a guide about making a tootsie pop snowman. Holiday candy treats are popular with everyone. This tootsie pop snowman is an adorable craft Christmas decoration and a tasty treat.
For a fun Halloween treat, you will need Tootsie Roll Pops, squares of white fabric, rubber bands and a black Sharpie pen.
Cut the fabric into 4 inch squares. Place over Tootsie Roll Pop so the Pop is in the center of the fabric.
Pull tight over the Pop and secure with a rubber band on the stick directly under the Pop.
Using the Sharpie, dot on two eyes.
With scissors, cut the fabric to give it a torn, ragged look. Or you can leave the fabric intact.
Halloween Tootsie Roll Pop Ghosts!
By Susan D. from Portland, OR
I make these Pops every year; I cut, 4 ways, a white paper towel, then I use a white piece of yarn to tie just under the sucker, and then put the eyes and mouth on. The kids love them at Halloween.
Also in the past I have used white napkins, paper towels, or tissues. Works just as good!
I like this. Also you can use this project fo other holiday's.
I would like some Tootsie Roll Pop craft ideas.
By Karen from Port Orchard, WA
Try searching on Google for websites.
There are a few here at ThriftyFun in the archives but here is my Christmas Tree Tootsie Pop Ornament craft:
We just did one as an office warming gift for the new pastor.
Took a small sized real pumkin, took a small drill it, drilled holes all over it in a pattern, stuck in dumdum suckers so that as new people came into meet him, he could offer them a sucker.
I have posted a valentine decoration using tootsie pops, could be altered for any holiday.