Lollipop, Lollipop, Oh Lolli-Lollipop! These lollipops have been super-sized, and can hold a whole slew of treats and favors inside them. (Be sure to check out the
Step 1: In a well-ventilated area, spray paint the clear half of the ball containers to match the bottom, or if you want a different color, spray both sides. (For the red lollipop, I only sprayed the clear half. For the pink lollipop, I sprayed an entire orange favor ball). Let dry.
Step 2: Cut a 15” piece of wrapping paper cardboard tube.
Step 3: Cut several 3” strips of white paper and tape them around the tube to cover it completely. Trim the top and bottom.
Step 4: Using hot glue, attach the tube to the bottom of one half of a ball. Let glue set.
Step 5: Fill and close the lollipop. Cut a 24” piece of cellophane.
Step 6: Gather the cellophane around the lollipop, and tie it with a ribbon to secure. Trim off the edges of the cellophane if there is too much excess.