Lollipop Angel

By Noreen Doll.

This sweet lollipop angel is a great favor idea for kids.

Lollipop Angel by Crafty Journal

And it is also easy for kids to make, so it would be a great class or group project.

Lollipop Angel by Crafty Journal

Create it in pink or red for Valentine’s Day.

Lollipop Angel by Crafty Journal


Double Sided Colorful Paper or Construction Paper


Scrap of Ribbon

How to Make a Lollipop Angel.

1. I didn’t have double sided paper in a color I wanted, so I cut squares of 2 different papers that were a little larger than the circle I used.

Use a glue stick to glue the squares together and let dry for a few minutes.

2. Draw a circle on the paper. I used a CD, but a plate or large lid would work, too.

Lollipop Angel by Crafty Journal

Cut the circle out, just inside the traced line.

3. Measure down 1 1/8 inch from the top of the circle.

Lollipop Angel by Crafty Journal

Score straight across the circle on this line.

4. Fold on the score line to the back of the circle.

Lollipop Angel by Crafty Journal

5. Mark the center of the fold, and then make a mark 1/4 inch to each side of center.

Lollipop Angel by Crafty Journal

This will be the fold mark for the arms.

6. Using the photo as a guide, make a diagonal fold from the top marks.

Lollipop Angel by Crafty Journal


7. Punch a hole through both layers about 1/4 inch down from the fold.

Lollipop Angel by Crafty Journal

8. Make a heart a little larger than the circle for wings.

Lollipop Angel by Crafty Journal

I cut the tip off the heart, but you can leave it on..

9. Center the angel on the wings and mark where to punch the lollipop hole. Punch.

10. Thread the lollipop through the angel, and then through the wings.

11. With tape, attach the handle to the back of the wings. I used white duct tape to match the color of the wings.

Lollipop Angel by Crafty Journal

12. Turn the angel over, tie a ribbon ….

Lollipop Angel by Crafty Journal

or twine around the lollipop stick just under the candy part.

Lollipop Angel by Crafty Journal

Your finished angel is ready to be used as a favor, package tie, or small gift.

For the Valentine Lollipop Angel, I put a piece of packing tape on the back before I punched the holes to make them sturdier.

Lollipop Angel by Crafty Journal

Because the tape doesn’t show in the photo, I outlined it with pencil so you can see where it is.


You could make a second hole further down on the angel to bring the lollipop stick back through, but I preferred the stick behind the angel.

For the Valentine one, I did punch the two holes.

Noreen Doll

Crafty Journal

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  1. Very cute lollipop Angel. Great for church day care Valentine parties, too. Love this cute and simple idea. Thanks for sharing. I pinned it.

  2. so cute and simple to make.

    saw this on Treasure Box Tuesday

  3. Very cute angel – love your tutorial
    I linked over from “The Answer is Chocolate” party where I am participating too with a cute Valentine printable. Would love it if you’d stop by.

  4. These are so cute! My kids would love these. Visiting from Inspiration Spotlight :)

  5. Love these!

  6. Hi Noreen. What a cute little gift idea for any occasion. Thank you so much for linking up to Thriving on Thursdays. I’m featuring this at a special Valentine’s Day round up on the blog tomorrow. Thanks for coming and hope to see you again soon.

    Anne @ Domesblissity xx

  7. Jann Olson says:

    Cute for the little ones! Thanks for sharing with SYC.

  8. That is adorable!! Pinning it to try one day! :)

  9. What a simple and darling idea. Love that it can be altered depending on the holiday just by the color of the paper. Thank you for joining Snickerdoodle Sunday! Hope to see you next week.

  10. So cute! Thanks for sharing with the #HomeMattersParty – we hope to see you again next week. :)

  11. Super cute craft! I love projects that you can do with kids, perfect for kids party ! Thanks for sharing this tutorial!

  12. Wonderful craft as usual! Did you see I featured you on this week’s Friday Flash Blog? Feel free to grab my “featured” button to show off on your blog post 😀

  13. Very Clever
    Linda Bauwin –

  14. This is just too cute! I love this idea – will definitely have to have a go at some point with this. – Tasha

  15. These little angels are so precious.
    Thanks for sharing at Turn It Up Tuesday,

  16. Such a sweet idea! Thank you for sharing at Merry Monday.

  17. I used heart shape lollipops and lacy heart doilies to make these for my Angel Love party.

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