It’s a Candyland Christmas! This DIY from Leigh-Ann Allaire Perrault will make you hungry for the holidays.
DIY: Lollipop stocking holders
Project colours (all Benjamin Moore):
“Crushed Berries” 2079-30
“Eccentric Lime” 2027-30
“Bahaman Sea Blue” 2055-40
“Ultra White” CC-10
Using 6″ round wood biscuits and 8″ dowels purchased from Michaels, paint each of the biscuits in a candy colour of your choice, and dowels white.
Using an artist brush, add a white swirl to the front of the painted biscuits.
Then, apply craft glue over the swirl and sprinkle on white glitter.
Once dry, attach the round biscuit to the dowel with construction adhesive.
Cover the round biscuit with clear cello wrap, and add ribbon and a name tag to personal each lollipop.
To create a stand for the lollipops, I used a wood spindle and drilled 4 evenly-spaced holes the diameter of the dowels.
Attach the spindle onto a 1″ thick pine plank that is the depth of your mantel with screws and wood glue, then prime, then paint everything white, or the colour of your mantel.
Place each lollipop into the spindle holes, and then simply hang your stockings by the chimney with care.
Project and instructions courtesy Leigh-Ann Allaire Perrault, Benjamin Moore.