Friday, February 28, 2014

Peacock Lollipop Holder!


   Peacock Lollipop Holder!
 Drilling holes in wood is an easy way to hold lollipops
 or cake pops...or other things on sticks!
Here's a simple one that looks like a peacock...great for Spring!
I traced an outline on 3/4 inch pine boards.
And used a bandsaw to cut it out.
 Spray painted it aqua and misted on some teal...
and got lots of aluminum wire from the dollar section.

 Cut some short pieces for the head feathers.

 Used a thumbnail tack to make holes in the top...

 And squish in the wires and curl the ends.

 Then added some big tail feathers...

 Held in place with thumbtacks and hot glue.

 Other loops and swirls with hot glue.
 Then hot glue the body to the tail.
 Drill holes all along the edge...wherever you want a stick.
 Presto!  Great way to serve things at parties!
 Or give as a gift!

 Check out these other lollipop holders!
Firecracker
http://www.doodlecraft.blogspot.com/2012/06/lollipop-firecracker.html

Turkey
http://www.doodlecraft.blogspot.com/2012/11/turkey-lollipops.html

Homemade Lollipops!
http://www.doodlecraft.blogspot.com/2012/06/lollipop-firecracker.html




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3 comments:

Kellie said...

Thank you so much!!!! I am doing peacock for my daughters 1st birthday and this is so easy and beautiful!!!! So excited to have found this :) thanks for sharing your talent!

Kellie said...

You mentioned you got the wire in the dollar section...where was that? Thanks!

Christina said...

LOVE! No other words... just love. :)

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