Lollipop Bouquet via Glue Gun Control —

Isn’t that the cutest thing?  I will have to make one of these for the next birthday that comes up!



After my last post, I decided to do something “fun” and stop feeling so deflated. I had been kicking around some “fun” ideas and landed on one that required a trip to the craft store. I wanted to make something for the kids at work. As a family doctor I see my fair share of […]

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4 thoughts on “Lollipop Bouquet via Glue Gun Control —

  1. A DOCTOR is making this ?! Just as well she’s not a dentist…. I had a chocolate Christmas tree gifted to me last year. I kept the framework of it. It’s a clever idea – no need for glue. The tree sits in a red bucket, with a styrofoam tower in it. It is studded with wooden skewers, pointy end up, that have coloured squares (about 6 inches) of green gift wrap (the kind that is a different shade of green on each side so it gives an interesting effect and depth to the tree) pinched in the centre to create a cone’ish shape and bound onto the skewer half way down with floral tape. That shapes the tree itself. The gold foil chocolates are speared into the sharp end of the skewer so they look like christmas baubles. At the top was a gingerbread star. ….I thought it would be really easy to make something similar in red for Valentine’s Day. Haven’t got around to it, but as I type I’m looking at the empty Christmas tree 🙂 I don’t know if any of this makes any sense to you, but it makes perfect sense to me !!

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