Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Peppermint Bark Heart Lollipops...

Hello my crafty friends! Today is a Craft Junkie Too Design Team Project day!!!! We were asked to create a last minute Christmas gift idea! So, I whipped up some lollipops for my friends and family! I saw the idea of large candy cane peppermint bark, 2 years ago, and kept saying I needed to make these! Well, this year I had the chance and I decided to make them into peppermint bark lollipops!
 I used small candy canes and placed them into a heart shape onto a lollipop stick.
 I put them in the oven at 250 for 4  1/2 minutes. As soon as they come out of the oven carefully pinch the candy canes together, this will create a seal.
 ***Side note...any candy canes that are broken, you have to eat! It's not my rule, but it's the rule! ;)
 Next, I broke up some baking chocolate and put it in a baggie. I warmed the chocolate up in the microwave in 20 second intervals.
 Then cut a small hole in the tip of the baggie.
 Put a small layer of chocolate in the bottom of each heart.
 I did the same steps with the vanilla candy coating and then put sprinkles on top of each heart.
 I put them in the fridge to set up.
 Then I typed "From my heart to yours! Merry Christmas! Kristy" and printed them out onto card stock.
 Cut the paper in half.

 Fold them in half and cut out a triangle shape, to turn them into flags.

Put a small cello bag onto the heart pop, tie with a piece of twine, add glue to the tag, put it around the stick, and tie the twine into a bow!

 I think they turned out pretty cure and they have been super fun to hand out!

 Merry Christmas to you and your family!!!!!
Thanks for stopping by today! Go ahead, click HERE to head on over to Craft Junkie Too to see what the other design team members have created for today's project! ♥Kristy 

10 comments:

ShawnfromMN said...

Such a great idea!!! Wishing you and yours a very merry Christmas!!

ScrappyRae10 said...

OH WOW WOW WOW how aweasome are these. What a wonderful idea! TFS

Doris P. said...

who knew... TFS such a yummy idea. i will create this for next year!! YUMMY!!! parkernana5@cox.net

bonnie said...

Hos super cute is this! ;) Love the direction tfs! ;) Hugs x

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

What a super idea! I love this and will have to try it next year as I don't have the ingredients. That means next year I HAVE to see this post again Kristy. LOVE IT!

Shelley said...

These are so cute Kristy....and yummy looking too! Love them! Great gift idea! :) Hope you and your family have a very Merry CHRISTmas and a blessed New year!


Shelley
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janner said...

Wonderful idea! So sweet and yummy. Thanks for sharing. I'll make these.

Samantha J Designs (Wife2TJ) said...

LOVE these, will def have to try to make these next year :-)

Kards by Kadie said...

LOVE this project! I have all the ingredients and will HAVE to give this one a go for a couple of my girlfriends this year......And next year this is going to be one of those gifts that I make one of my grandkids classmates for school. AWESOME PROJECT Girlfriend and THANKS for sharing with us. Wishing you a very Merry Christmas!

Anonymous said...

Made these with my son after seeing them here. What a fun project. We delievered them to neighbors and wished them a Merry Christmas. What a fun way to spread Christmas cheer. Thanks so much for sharing the idea. We will be making more next year!