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Ladybird Lollipops

| March 9, 2013 | 4 Comments

Ladybird LollipopsWell.. we still have a great big stash of Lollipops from Red Ted’s birthday party and already made lollipop superheros and lollipop chicks for Easter. Then the kids were playing with our “eyes stickers” and I thought they would look great as “bug eyes”… stuck them on some lollies, made some little wings and hey presto our Ladybird Lollies. Perfect for a Spring or ladybird party!

So.. you will need:

* Lollies

* Eye Stickers (or cut some out from paper)

* Red Paper

* Black pen

I traced a circle using a small glass. Cut the circle in half. Made holes with a hole punch and then added the ladybird spots! Easy!

Ladybug Lollipops

Easy peasy!

Check our our Chicks too!

Easter Treat - Chick Lollipops

This is post is part of a Spring Blog Hop – a collection of Spring related crafts and activities organised by a group of bloggers. Check out all the other fabulous activities below.



Participating Blogs:
The Magic of Play, Rainy Day Mum, Putti’s World, Blog Me Mom, Scribble Doodle and Draw, 3 Dinosaurs, Buggy and Buddy, Royal Baloo, Kitchen Counter Chronicle, Nurture Store, The Usual Mayhem, Making Boys Men, Two Daloo, Reading Confetti, Creative Play House, Fantastic Fun and Learning, Here Come the Girls, Blue Bear Wood, Zing Zing Tree, Mummy Mummy Mum, Red Ted Art, Life at the Zoo, My Little 3 and Me, Imprints from Tricia, Smiling Like Sunshine, Frogs & Snails & Puppy Dog Tails, Creative Connection for Kids, 52 Brand New, Inspiration Laboratories, Kid World Citizen, JDaniel 4s Mom, Inspired by Familia, Kids Creative Chaos, All Done Monkey, ArtChoo, Something 2 Offer, Child Central Station, KC Edventures, Momma’s Fun World, Sun Hats and Wellie Boots, Discovering the world through my son’s eyes, Little Artists

If you have time, do stop by and take a peak!!

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  1. Pinkoddy says:

    Oh they are really cute – and so simple.

  2. Allison says:

    So adorable! I’m featuring these on The Sunday Showcase.

  3. So so cute and so simple, my kind of craft :-)

  4. Spencer says:

    What a lovely idea. Those lollipops are fabulous! My kids would love them.

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