Christmas Tree Lollipop Holder

Posted by on November 12, 2014 in Christmas, Crafts, Holidays | 12 comments


Christmas Tree Lollipop Holder

For my grandchildren at the Christmas table, I like to have something special at their place-setting. This Christmas Tree Lollipop Holder is a cute and easy detail to add to your Christmas table. Slip a lollipop into it and set it along side of their place. You might want to add a little more “greenery” by placing a dollar inside along with the lollipop! In fact, use this as a money holder for an adult gift, too! Either way, it will delight the recipient.

Materials for the Christmas Tree Lollipop Holder:

Felt ( the stiffer, the better) sparkle felt, if you like

Gold and green thread

Gold glitter paint writer

1 sheet of gold glitter fun-foam (or pre-cut gold glittery stars)

Brown felt (for trunk)



Start with Two triangles 4 1/2 inches across the base and 4 1/2 inches in height. (keep pinned together)

Cut the sides to look like branches.

Cut a trunk from brown felt  1 -1/4 inch by 3/4 inch

Start by stitching across the bottom of the Christmas Tree to include the trunk piece. Stitch only the front piece!

  Christmas Tree Lollipop Holder


 When you get to the left corner, add the back piece and stitch them together around to the beginning.

Use the Glitter Paint Writer to add the tree balls. Let dry overnight!

Christmas Tree Lollipop Holder

Add a foam glitter star on top!



Christmas Tree Lollipop Holder

This Christmas Tree Lollipop Holder is easy, isn’t it?




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  1. Love this idea. It is so cute!

    • Thanks! Easy to do, too! I like easy, don’t you?

  2. Cute craft and makes giving a lollipop extra special. Thanks for sharing your craft on Merry Monday.

  3. What a really lovely idea 🙂 Thank you for linking to PoCoLo 🙂 x

  4. Awww what a neat idea! Thanks for linking up to Snickerdoodle Sunday!

  5. how super cute perfect for all those school parties and get togethers
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    • Yes, great for a school party!

  6. Very cute! These would make an awesome stocking stuffer. Thanks for linking up to Scraptastic Saturdays. All projects will be shared via Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

  7. What a great idea to give the kids a little bit of extra Christmas cheers! Popping in from Creative Mondays.

  8. What an adorable idea to use for gifts. Thank you so much for sharing at Share It One More Time. Cathy

  9. What a fabulous idea! Christmas trees are such fun to make and decorate. This is great for the kids. I am stopping by from the Craft Frenzy Friday Link Party where I am linked up too with my Free Printables, #220 and 221. Would love to have you drop in. Hugs,

    • Thanks! I’ll stop by!

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