DIY Candy Decor Ideas | DIY Lollipop & DIY Peppermint Candy

November 6, 2017


DIY Candy Decor Ideas | DIY Lollipop & DIY Peppermint Candy | DIYs Made Out of Paper Plates

Hello! Today I'm going to show you how to make a paper plate lollipop and I'm going to show you how to make a paper plate peppermint candy. You can use these for a candy party, a Christmas party, or you can use it to design a room.

These DIYs made out of paper plates are really easy to make. They are both perfect DIY Christmas room decor ideas.

Let's get started!


What you will need for both of these DIYs is:

Two paper plates for each candy, paint, a pencil, a paintbrush, a stick (for the lollipop), scissors, ribbon, glue gun and cellophane wrap (can be used for both DIYs).

DIY Lollipop


DIY Lollipop | DIYs Made Out of Paper Plates

For the lollipop, you can draw on any type of design onto the back of the paper plates and then you can paint it any color. I drew a swirl onto the paper plate.

You can make any design you want. You can draw and paint something on like polka dots.

You can draw on the design on both paper plates or on just the one that will shown in the front.

When the plate is dry, you want to take the plate that will be in the back, place the top side facing you, and glue the stick on the edge of the plate.

Then you can put glue on the edge of the paper plate and then place the other plate on top of it.

The last thing you have to do is tie a bow to the stick and trim the ribbon if you need to. If you want you can wrap the cellophane wrap onto the plates and tie it to the stick with a bow.

DIY Peppermint Candy


DIY Peppermint Candy | DIYs Made Out of Paper Plates

Now for the last DIY I will show you how to make a peppermint candy.

You just follow the same steps with paper plates as the first one by drawing a design onto the back of the paper plate and painting it in. I also did a swirl with candy too.

Then you can glue the top of the plates together when the plate is dry.

Take the cellophane wrap and wrap it around the candy and leave some on the sides of the candy.

Then take some ribbon, tie both sides of the cellophane wrap that's on the candy, and trim the ribbon if you need to.

and that's it! In the comments down below let me know what you think about these DIY candy decor ideas.

DIY Candy Decor Ideas | DIY Lollipop & DIY Peppermint Candy | DIYs Made Out of Paper Plates

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