Printable Monster Lollipop Cards for Halloween

DIY Monster Lollipop Greeting Cards for Halloween

Hal­loween is just around the cor­ner… Get pre­pared by mak­ing these super fun mon­ster lol­lipop greet­ing cards from con­trib­u­tor Eva Mon­león! These scary mon­sters have yummy sweet noses and hide a secret mes­sage inside.

DIY Monster Lollipop Greeting Cards for Halloween

Mate­ri­als

  • Print­able tem­plates (down­load here)
  • Lol­lipop
  • Cereal box
  • Furry or terry fabric
  • Felt
  • Wig­gly eyes
  • Col­ored Paper
  • Scis­sors
  • Hot-glue gun
  • Marker
DIY Monster Lollipop Greeting Cards for Halloween DIY Monster Lollipop Greeting Cards for Halloween

Step 1
Down­load and print the mon­ster tem­plates. Cut out the tem­plate of the creepy crit­ter you pre­fer and then mark the head on the folded cereal box.

DIY Monster Lollipop Greeting Cards for Halloween

Step 2
Cut the folded box accord­ing to the tem­plate and glue col­ored paper to dec­o­rate the inside of the greet­ing card. Don’t for­get to cut out the hole!

DIY Monster Lollipop Greeting Cards for Halloween DIY Monster Lollipop Greeting Cards for Halloween

Step 3
Glue furry fab­ric on the back­side of the card­board. You can glue one side first and then the other to make sure it folds eas­ily. Cut the excess fab­ric when complete.

DIY Monster Lollipop Greeting Cards for Halloween DIY Monster Lollipop Greeting Cards for Halloween

Step 4
Let’s dec­o­rate! Mark and cutout the other small pieces using felt. Add wig­gle eyes and big eye­brows to your monster’s face for a super scary look. Remem­ber your mon­ster is double-faced; you can dec­o­rate two dif­fer­ent faces on the same greet­ing card.

DIY Monster Lollipop Greeting Cards for Halloween DIY Monster Lollipop Greeting Cards for Halloween

Step 5
Write a secret mes­sage inside the greet­ing card. Fit the lol­lipop in the hole inside the greet­ing card and then add a dab of glue to keep the card closed. Your hid­den mes­sage is ready to be delivered!

DIY Monster Lollipop Greeting Cards for Halloween

Happy craft­ing!

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  • lanusa

    Eva is the best!! So beautiful!

  • Eva Mon­león

    Gra­cias Raquel!!! :D
    qué ilusión ver tu comen­tario. feliz domingo!!

  • https://twitter.com/a_la_french A la french

    what a great idea ! I’m def­i­nitely try­ing it !

  • Melissa Kojima

    I love it. Kids would have so much fun mak­ing them and then eat­ing them. What a clever and fun idea.