Lollipop Pots! Fancying up the Front Step
As you may already know, I love to fancy up my front step for each holiday. I decorate for Halloween, Fall, Christmas and now Valentine’s Day. For my Valentine’s Day porch I worked on a simple, I mean really simple little project, but sometimes simple is best. I made these Lollipop Pots! They look so cute from the street. A nice little pop of colour in all the brown slushy mess that is our winter!
Here’s a quick tutorial on how to make them!
The first thing I did for these Lollipops was to embellish the dowels. I didn’t feel like painting them, so I wrapped them each in some grey yarn. You could use any colours that you like…red would look great!
Now that the dowels are done, we are ready to assemble!
Using a glue gun, I glued the dowel onto the backs of each of the hearts, then used the pretty heart ribbon and tied it onto the rod.
Then I just pushed the rod into my pot, and voila, it looks like a lollipop! So cute
Where do you live that there is no snow piled up to your thighs?
My husband piled our summer pots into the corner of our porch. Perhaps something like this would make them look like we meant to put them there…
Visiting you from House of Hepworths.
More Than A Mom @ morethana-mom.blogspot.com
Oh these are just too cute! I would love to enter your cheery house seeing these!
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Sweet mother of pearl! Those are adorable! I love it!
I really like this!
I love them… off to Michael’s I go!!
those are so cute. I just went to Michael’s today and came away with a truck load of crafts to do 🙂
LOVE THIS Looks so cute, great job!
That looks great! I love those pots!
I loved this idea so much I had to share on my blog on “Shout Out Sunday”.
What a great decoration. I’m going to have to go find some versatile pots that I can put on my front door for all the holidays I’m going to make these for!
Thanks for sharing!
Looks great and I love your pots.
I like doing my porch also, these are toooooo cute!!!
So cute! I saw those hearts at Michaels. They turned out great!
Easy and cute! My kind of craft.