Frida Lollipop sticks

Hi everyone

Happy New year to one and all.
I hope everyone had a great time over the holidays.
Wishing everyone health and happiness for 2017.

Today’s little projects are some decorated lollipop sticks.
Really easy to do and lots of fun.


and the second without the nose line…..not sure which one I prefer. With or without?


Stamps Used:
Crafty Individuals Giovanna Zara CI 418.

That’s all from me today.

Thank you for looking.

Flo x


  1. Marianne

    Such a wonderful idea, Florence and very pretty! I prefer without the line, since given a choice. This would be a nice project for me to get back into painting…ha ha…it would be, but I doubt it will be soon. But who knows. Thank you for your sweet message. I’m ok, though physical exhaustion from job doesn’t leave much for doing anything else. I hope your new year is wonderfully creative, healthy and happy. xoxo

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  2. Craftyfield

    Without the line also… the line being so close to the line of the lollipop edge, it jars a bit I think.
    I should try this, I have a bag of sticks (never used…) and they are surely quick to make!

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  3. Florence

    Thank you everyone for calling in and for your good wishes for 2017. Ok, the opinion is without the line and I totally agree. If anyone does want to have a go at these the easiest way to get rid of the line is to stick a piece of post-it note over the line on the stamp, ink the stamp up and then remove the post-it piece.
    Thanks again.
    Hugs to all Flo x


  4. butterfly

    These are delightful, Flo – what fun to do. I think I agree on the nose line too – great tip on the cover-up for stamping. So glad you popped by, which nudged me into a visit – I’ve been shockingly bad at keeping up with everyone lately. Love the new look website (though it may not be that new, given how behind I am) – very smart indeed.
    Alison x


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