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How to Make Ghost Lollipops For Halloween

Spooky Ghost Lollipops Delight on the Night of Fright

If you're looking for an earth-friendly treat that may cause a bit of fright go with ghost lollipops. Toddlers love projects so enlist your lil ones help in wrapping each individually wrapped organic sucker in a sheet of recyclable tissue. Tie it off just under the candy with a piece of string, ribbon, twine or raffia found around the house. Then have your child use a black pen to decorate the flying friends faces with good or ghastly expressions.

For a clever way to carry the treats to a school party or to line them up for trick-or-treaters, have your youngster paint the upside down empty tissue box with some eco-friendly paint. After drying it overnight, puncture small holes in the top and insert the ghosts.

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CreativePlume CreativePlume 4 years
These are so adorable and make. They are also a perfect option to give away at Halloween to trick-or-treaters. We thought this project was a great alternative to plain Halloween candy. This presentation idea is also very creative. To see all 10 trick-or-treat candy alternatives visit
FrankiLee FrankiLee 5 years
We've been making these for YEARS, probably since I was three or four! They're adorable, and so fun to do together as a family.
momma-tikita momma-tikita 7 years
wow this sounds really cool! I may just try it! I made the ghost without the lolipops and hung them everywhere in the house...the kids lvoed them! they are too cute and too easy!
CoralAmber CoralAmber 7 years
I used to make these with my mom when I was little. It was so much fun and then I handed them out to my classmates. :D
Sachima Sachima 7 years
thanks for the idea...i'm giving out lollipops this halloween!
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