I have created a few lollipop holders in the past to showcase on my own blog, but I didn’t want to create the exact same ones for the Hybrid Chick blog. So I browsed through The Digichick Shop for some digital paper inspiration. You know you can find so many beautiful products at the shop! In the end, I decided to play with the Toil and Trouble Kit by Danielle Engebretson for today’s post.
All of the lollipop holders were created using the Pyramid Box Template Set by Kelleigh Ratzlaff Designs.
First, I printed out the templates and embellishments. Kelleigh designs her templates, so you can easily add digital papers in Photoshop. Notice the white square? Since it’s the bottom portion of the pyramid, I kept it white to save on printer ink.
Then simply score and cut!
Punch the hole on top of the pyramid for the lollipop sticks.
This is what I came up with!
A Vampire and a Witch Pyramid Lollipop stands.
A Catwoman Pyramid. For the tail, I bent the lollipop stick and colored it black with a permanent marker, then attached a tiny pom pom at the end.
The Dark Knight Pyramid.
Spider Man Pyramid. The spider web is from the Toil and Trouble Kit, and I re-colored it in Photoshop.
Invisible Man Pyramid. Doesn’t it look like the Louvre Museum?
To create the clear pyramid box, I printed out the template on a paper, then taped the clear sheet on top, scored and cut!
Eeeek! Hellraiser Pyramid! Creepy! Poor stickless Dum-Dums.
How about a Ghost Pyramid?
The Pink Pyramid since October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
I attached the wand with a brad on the pyramid.
How about a group picture? So many possibilities for Halloween treats!
Other Articles by Sunghee:
- Easter Eggs and Flowers - April 2nd, 2010
- The Perfect Gazebo - March 31st, 2010
- Envelope Clutch - February 17th, 2010
- Advent Calendar Matchbox House - December 14th, 2009
- The Perfect Pies - November 22nd, 2009