Sunday, September 30, 2012

Lollipop masks/Halloween rings

We all enjoy masks on Halloween, so why not let our lollipops enjoy them too?  As an added bonus, these lollipop masks double (when the lollipop is gone of course) as a cute ring! 

You will need:

Round felt stickers (I used eyeballs)

¼” wide black elastic

Ex-acto or craft knife

Small paintbrush

Lollipops (I used blow pops)

Pen or pencil


Tacky glue

1.     You will need two round felt stickers for each mask/ring.  If the motif has any dimensional felt applied peel it off of the one you delegate as the bottom.  Only one side faces up.  Make two marks across from each other with a pen or pencil on the back of the bottom felt motif.  (See photo)

2.     Cut a piece of ¼” elastic 3 inches long.

3.     Cut through the slit marks you made on the back of one motif with an exacto or craft knife.  Remove the backing from the motif you cut the slits in and using the end of a small, thin paintbrush push the elastic through the slits entering through the non-sticky side, fold and adhere each elastic end to the sticky surface.  This is when you should measure to make sure the mask fits on your particular lollipop and pull through tighter or looser as needed. 

Measure your lolly

4.     Remove the backing from the other motif and attach to cover where you attached the elastic.  Slide onto your lollipop.  You may want to add a bit of tacky glue to further reinforce the bond.

5.     When you have eaten the lollipop use the mask as a cute ring.

If you can't find the eyeball felt stickers in your area, don't fret.  Simply cut two circles out of white felt and glue some wiggle eyes in the center.  Draw red lines with a fine line sharpie and make the rings as instructed using the tacky glue to adhere the two pieces together.


  1. LOL! I'd never seen the bloodshot eyes before! I would think the kids would love to wear them as rings after, too. :)

  2. Super cute ring! Kids are going to eat these up!
    Thanks for sharing...!
    I need some fun ideas to do with my kids....

  3. So cute! Thanks for sharing. I'm so glad you stopped by my blog...and thanks for the sweet comment on the Paper Bag Wreath. Stay in touch!!

  4. Haha how cute! What a brilliant idea, you could give them out to trick or treaters too. :-)

    Thanks for sharing at The Fun In Functional!

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  6. Oh, my goodness! I love these! Totally creative and adorable. I like this idea so much that I pinned it and shared the pin on my Facebook Page. Please stop by and grab a featured button.

  7. Wow - very clever and creative!! Thanks for linking up at Romance on a dime.

  8. so fun ! the kiddos would love these...:)

  9. This is really fun! Easy to make with a big impact.

  10. Very clever!! My kiddos are going to love these!

  11. LOVE These!! Such a fun and easy way to decorate up the lollipops! Plus you could do them for all different events! Thank you for stopping by and linking up at our Stop, Look, and Link party this week! Hope to see you next week! <3

  12. these came out so cute. Thank you so much for sharing with Wednesdays Adorned From Above Link Party last week. This weeks Link Party is opened at
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    Hope to see you there.
    Debi Bolocofsky
    Adorned From Above

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