Stamp Art Lollipop "Bouquet"


Stamp Art Lollipop "Bouquet"

If you're looking for a cute and creative craft idea for your daughter's next birthday party, check out this Stamp Art Lollipop Bouquet project from Jenni Bowlin Studios, great for decorating a party table or even as a thank-you gift! It's a fun and easy craft project for kids to make anytime, and the stamping is such a unique way to let their imaginations run wild.

Stamp Flower Bouquet



  • JBS Mercantile 3 inch x 3 inch Seal stamp
  • JBS Mercantile 3 inch x 3 inch Blue Ribbon stamp
  • JBS Mercantile 3 inch x 3 inch Butterfly stamp
  • JBS Mercantile Lemon Drops Ink Pad
  • JBS Mercantile Chewing Gum Ink Pad
  • JBS Mercantile Cough Syrup Ink Pad
  • JBS Mercantile Yellow Rhinstone Bow embellishment
  • Red ribbon
  • White cardstock
  • Scissors
  • Glue Dot
  • Egg shaped foam
  • Small Wooden Box (from craft stores)
  • Green Family Tree paper
  • Various lollipops


  1. Place stamp on Lemon Drops Ink Pad. Stamp on to white cardboard and cut out. Snip a little piece out of the image.
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  2. Fold the two ends of the seal stamp together and attach with a Glue Dot. This creates a cone shape that will form around the lollipop better than a flat image.
  3. Poke a hole in the center where the lollipop will go.

  4. Stamp solid image of the 3” x 3” Blue Ribbon stamp onto white cardstock with Chewing Gum Ink, and top it with the outline stamp in Cough Syrup Ink.

  5. Cut out the image and poke a hole in the center (but don't stamp the tails of the Blue Ribbon, just the circle).
  6. Layer stamped images together and poke a lollipop down through the hole. Take a piece Family Tree paper to cut the green polkadot leaves and attach them under the lollipop flower.
  7. If your lollipop is flat, you can adhere the flower underneath it and add the 3 inch x 3 inch Butterfly stamp. Top with Yellow Rhinestone Bow embellishment.

  8. Take wooden box and wrap with red ribbon. Fill the bottom with foam to hold the lollipops.

  9. Cut an egg shaped foam in half and adhere to bottom.
  10. Poke the dressed-up lollipops into the foam.


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