Paper Lolli Ornaments + Adorable Paper Box

ok ladies, its time to start crafting for christmas! my neighbors just put their christmas lights up, so i guess its time to start thinking about Dec. 25 {not to mention every store has pulled out all the christmas trees and seems to be playing christmas music non-stop…for months now! haha} ANYWAYS, i made these super cute paper lollipop christmas tree ornaments. a small handful of you may remember my lolli ornaments from a couple years ago…..but these ones are so much better! and faster.

paper lollipop christmas tree ornaments

this time, i used the NEW Just For You dies from Lifestyle Crafts to make the paper lollies. and umm, holy moly, SO much faster and so much more perfect! each fold in the accordion flower is  the EXACT same as all the rest. i never dreamed i could have such perfect folds when i first made these before! the dies score the paper for you, making it a breeze to fold them up and whip these cuties out.

also from the new Just For You line, is the cutest little bakery box ever! such a cute little box to put Hershey kisses in or other small christmas treats.  i know davis would love to discover a cute little box like this in his lunch :)

How to Make Paper Lollies

how to make paper lollies

Q: Do Lifestyle Crafts dies work with other die cut machines? {i always get asked this question}

A: YES!! Lifestyle Crafts dies are compatible with other die cutting tools.

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disclosure: this post is brought to you by, Lifestyle Crafts. i was given free product to try. all opinions are 100% mine.

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Linda
Hi! I'm Linda, the craft addict behind Craftaholics Anonymous®, a craft blog. Crafting is cheaper than therapy, right? When not crafting, I can be found chasing my 2 small {but very energetic!} boys or playing with my new baby girl. Or shoe shopping... because you can never have too many shoes! Happy crafting! ♥
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  1. 1

    So cute! I think maybe its time I got in the game and purchased one these wonderful little diecut tools! I’m new to paper crafting and don’t do scrapbooking but after seeing all these lovely things you can make I think I’ve found yet another new craft to add to my list. Thank you so much for this post! (Oh, and I think these ornaments would make fantastic package decorations!)

    1. 1.1

      Hi Cynthia,
      You will love a diecut tool! they are loads of fun. and i agree, paper lollies would be so cute on a gift! good idea! thanks for stopping by.
      happy crafting,,
      linda

  2. 2

    These are so pretty! I would use them on a tree in the playroom and then I don’t have to worry about my toddler breaking them!

  3. 3

    I love these lolli ornaments~ Im gonna have to make some of these!!

  4. 5
    Alice

    These are just the cutest paper ornaments. Thanks for the inspiration.

  5. 6

    These are cute! Thanks for sharing:)

  6. 7
    HannahBee

    Hey, what about Thanksgiving? But yes, I agree, these are awesome.

  7. 8

    Easy and beautiful!!!!
    Thank you for sharing!!!!

  8. 9
    Amy Augeri

    Does the cricut do this too?

  9. 11

    Hey Linda! I’m a small-time blogger and I’m doing a series entitled Christmas Ornament Countdown: 30 days of handmade Christmas ornaments and holiday decorations. Would you be willing for me to feature this post on my blog: http://www.royaldaughterdesigns.com? I would try it myself but I don’t have a diecut tool. I suspect yours are much lovelier than mine would be! Thanks for considering!

    1. 11.1

      Hi Amanda,
      Sure! I would be honored if you featured my ornaments! Please use only 1 image and link back! And if you send me a link to the post, I’ll tweet it to send you some traffic :)
      happy crafting,
      linda

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  11. 12
    emma

    Wow I love the little ornaments.