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No Cal Lollipop Treats

By: Jean Kievlan and Julie McGuffee for STYROFOAMâ„¢ Brand Foam

These lollipops are easy to make using STYROFOAM, brightly colored cellophane, ribbons and wooden dowels. They are great for birthday parties or to decorate a child's room.

Lollipop Child Room Decorations


  • STYROFOAM Brand Products:
    • Five 1" x 6" Discs
  • 5 1/4" Wood Dowels (18" to 36" long)
  • Five 20" Square of Cellophane (Red, Yellow, Blue, Green)
  • Chenille Stems Curling Ribbon
  • Optional:
    • 1- Clay Pot
    • STYROFOAM Cut to Fit Pot



  1. Insert dowel in 2" edge of disk. Wrap cellophane around disk, bringing ends together at bottom around dowel. Twist chenille stem around cellophane and dowel.
  2. Tie curling ribbon around dowel, curl ends with scissors.
  3. Optional: Create a "lollipop" bouquet in a flowerpot, or use lollipops as yard decorations.

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These are so pretty and festive. For children's church we did a similar thing. They were a little more involved, but it was a fun activity for the kids. We used 2 paper or styrofoam plates and hole punched them all around the outer edge ahead of time. The kids then sewed them together with jingle bells inside. Lowes donated 5 gallon paint sticks which I lightly painted before hand. They were inserted inbetween the 2 plates and I added a dollop of hot glue. We then wrapped with the cellophane paper. They were great noise makes for our Christmas play and we used them throughout the Chrismas season when we sang. It was a joyful noise.!!! Fun and colorful.


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