Friday, October 22, 2010

Vampire Suckers uh, er Lollipops

Graham has to do a Show and Teach at school this morning.  So we put our thinking caps on and searched online for something that would be fun to teach, season appropriate and hello, a craft!

To make these you will need:  
  • Red cellophane
  • Lollipops
  • Black felt cut to cape shape
  • Twist ties
  • White address labels
  • Scissors
  • Peel and stick wiggle eyes

 Wrap lollipop in red cellophane square large enough to cover the entire stick.
 Place lollipop in cellophane on black felt cape.
 Attach with twist tie.
 Cut out two white triangles from address labels and stick onto vampire to make fangs.  Then glue or stick on two googlie eyes.
 "I vant to suck your blood."

It seems I was totally into vampires a year or so ago.  Edward isn't aging so well, he's not looking so good anymore...
Graham is excited to show everyone how to make this and I think this will be easier for them to grasp as opposed to some of the other topics my smart boy was coming up with!  

Isn't this cute to take to parties or just have for the minis as an after school treat?

Linking up to:
Show and Share Day at JAG
Remodelaholics Anonymous 
Finding Fabulous  
Fingerprints on the Fridge


Chris said...

Ok. Seriously? This is TOO cute. My teenage students would even love these! I'm writing this one down!

Maria Gridley said...

wow!! GREAT IDEA! We have all seen the ghost suckers.. but this is so new and clever! LOVE IT!! :)

Sawdust and Paperscraps said...

That's awesome!

Bobbi said...

Love them! I want to make them for my 12 year olds class!

kjtroxel said...

so cute! and easy...I like easy!

Anonymous said...

Couldnt agree more with that, very attractive article

Anonymous said...

Thank you, I have recently been searching for information about this topic for ages and yours is the best I have discovered so far.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for some quality points there. I am kind of new to online , so I printed this off to put in my file, any better way to go about keeping track of it then printing?