DIY Lollipop Bouquet

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Do you have a sweet tooth or know someone that does? I’m sure you do. This DIY Lollipop Bouquet is the perfect little DIY gift. It is so easy and inexpensive to make! I think it would also make an adorable centerpiece for a party!
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You will need: bag of lollipops | terra cotta pot | FloraCraft® Make It: Fun® Foam Ball | Americana Decor Chalky Finish Paint in Innocence | American Acrylic Paint in Royal Fuchsia  | paintbrush
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First thing is first- give the pot a nice base coat. I love this color, Innocence! I think it is so pretty and calming perfect for this project. It will only take 1 coat with the Americana Decor Chalky Finish paint- isn’t that awesome?
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I did love the light pink, but I decided to give it a little more interest with a dry brush technique. To achieve this look, dip your paint brush in the paint, wipe the majority of it off on scrap paper, and then lighting brush the dry brush over the entire pot. It will pick up all of the details and the texture from the base coat. I love how this came out.
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Candy Time!! Once your pop is dry, you are ready to start building the bouquet. Place your FloraCraft® Make It: Fun® Foam Ball into your pot and start sticking the lollipop sticks into it. Cover the entire thing!
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It is really that simple! Next time your friend has a birthday, give them a gift that is as sweet as they are and make it yourself! I think the dry brush technique completed the look of this gift so nicely. Now I need to find someone to give this to before I end up eating all of the lollipops myself!
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Ever since I was a little girl, I have loved expressing my creativity. I love creating DIY projects, such as decor for my room and handmade jewelry. I am a freshman at Elon University and love spending time with my family and friends when I’m not crafting or blogging.

3 Comments to DIY Lollipop Bouquet

  1. This is such a fun & easy way to celebrate a special day, and what a great gift, too. I also love the pink pot. Thank you, Courtney.

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