I love my Cricut especially when I can use it to make these adorable Reindeer Lollipop Holders in a matter of minutes.
Reindeer Lollipop Holders
It’s Sunday Funday which means it’s time for some FUN! Today we’re going to be making the cutest Reindeer Lollipops. And, the best part is – they’re so easy to make thanks to my handy dandy Cricut.
I also have exciting news. I’ve teamed up with a fabulous group of bloggers to bring you a new monthly Cricut crafting challenge. We’ll be sharing projects that we make with our Cricut. Woohoo! I love my Cricut and I can’t wait to share more Cricut projects with you.
So, let’s get right to our first challenge. This month we’re all sharing a Christmas craft using our Cricut. After making my Santa Gift Box, I realized that I wasn’t using my Cricut to cut cardstock at all. I was so focused on using vinyl that I hadn’t even played around with cutting cardstock. Well, that has changed. I am now totally addicted to using up all the cardstock I had in my scrapbooking bin.
Supplies needed to make Reindeer Lollipop Holders
Want to make these adorable Reindeer Lollipop Holders? Here’s what you need:
- Tan cardstock
- Dark brown cardstock
- Cricut Explore Air 2
- Black marker
- Googly eyes
- Red lollipops
- Glue dots
- FREE Reindeer Lollipop SVG File
- Antlers SVG
How to Make Reindeer Lollipop Holders
First, download the free reindeer cut file and antler cut file and save the files to your computer.
Open Cricut Design Space and add the reindeer image to your canvas. Resize the image to a width of 3.5 if you are using the Tootsie Pops that used. If you’re using different lollipops, you might need to place around with the size a bit.
Use your handy dandy Cricut to cut out Reindeers.
Adhere googly eyes and antlers using the glue dots. Draw on a smile using the black marker.
Add lollipop to center hole and fold reindeer around it. Use glue dots to adhere sides together.
That’s it! I just love the way these turned out. This project uses two of my favorite crafting tools – My Cricut and glue dots!
Anyone else obsessed with glue dots? They might be the best invention ever!
Are you ready to get your craft on? Check out more Christmas Cricut projects and have fun crafting with your Cricut this month.