Two muslin circles, coffee stained, sewn, turned, stuffed and painted with acrylic paints:
Too cute! Great job on that sweet little face. TFS Luvs
That is a great one, too! You are so good at faces, I am very jealous!
That really is so darn cute!! You did a great job!
Linda, I was at a craft show today. They had tootsie pops covered with felt that were pumpkins and ghosts. They were just two pieces of felt stitched together, slipped over the pop and tied with a ribbon. Had cute little faces painted on. I bought one of each so I wouldn't forget how they were made. Could do a gingerbread, snowman, or santa the same way I imagine. Luvs
I love it good job!!
cute, cute ,cute!!! can you teach us how to paint the faces?? you paint so well! tfs, Janie
Oh that is so cute, good job Linda. Those would look nice in a container with some greenery and red berries with a bow around it. Thanks for sharing.
OMG your gingie pop is sooo cute! how do you plan on useing them? is there a sucker inside like the ones luvs told about?
I like craftladys idea, would be cute in some type of christmas arangerment.
My gingie pop does not use a sucker inside..just stuffing. They are made to be ornaments to hang on a tree or peg knob or as bowl fillers. SnowPops can be made the same way. I've seen the real tootsie pops made into turkeys, angels, Santas, reindeer, etc. and they are cute.
Janie, I can't teach you how to do faces. Just practice, practice, practice like I had to do.
Sweet! Love the cute face. : ) I was thinking rick-rack could be used around the circle if someone didn't feel as comfortable using paint.
I like the felt-covered tootsie pop idea, too. You gals are giving me way too many ideas. Time to go dig out my felt stash. : )
Oh, I like! And must agree...a grouping of these would great in a display!
adorable!!! Great job!! Hope you share this over on CGCH.
The gingerpop is adorable. GREAT paint job.
ooh, love it.gingies is my favorite...well, that & penguins
Hmm, what is CGCH? Luvs