It’s Day 3 of my Treat Packaging series and I have a very quick and easy project for a lollipop!


When my husband and I moved to Florida from California for 7 years, I really, really missed See’s candy.  I grew up with this candy store and it was always THE place to get candy.  My dad, who really didn’t care for candy,  loved their Rocky Road.  It is so delicious.  He didn’t really care for cake either (crazy, huh?) so one year we gave him a huge block of Rocky Road and stuck a candle in it.  That was fun!  Their lollipops are so good too and I’m especially partial to the Butterscotch flavor.  If someone receives a See’s lollipop, they know they’re getting a special treat!


I have a video from a year ago that shows you how to make the lollipop holder.  I’m using retired products but you’ll be able to see how to make one.  In the video I turn down the paper up at the top.  One of my samples is made this way and the other one is not.

If you are going to make it as I do in the video, your measurements will be 2″ x 8-1/2″ scored @ 1/2″, 4″ & 5″.  If the top part is NOT turned over, your measurements will be 2″ x 8″ scored @ 3-1/2″ & 4-1/2″.

Below you’ll find the Product List for all the supplies I used.

Product List – Click any of the pictures below to be taken to my Stampin’ Up! online store.

Glue Dots



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