Make Lollipop Ornaments from Leftover Fabric

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Thin strips of fabric and clothesline cord make pretty lollipop ornaments for Christmas and beyond. Choose striped red and white fabric for a candy cane look and other two or three color stripes or prints for other flavors.

These are very easy to make and will be fun in whatever colors you choose. They’re perfect for hanging on your tree, or use colorful prints for birthday treats.

Fabric Lollipop Christmas Ornament

The finished dimensions are not provided but the one in the tutorial appears to be about 2 1/2″ across. Go ahead and make yours however large you want.

To make this project you’ll need:

  • clothesline cord
  • 1″ wide strips of fabric (width of the fabric in length)
  • firm paper lollipop sticks from the candy section of the craft store
  • thin cord for hanging
  • ribbon for bows
  • hot glue gun
  • fabric glue

The following video from DebzDays walks you through every step.



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