What are lollies you ask? Well I didn't know what to call them at first but googling helped me find the answer. Lollies are paper circles that are made using a scoring board.
One of things that I love about making them is that I can actually make a whole sheet of them while only scoring once and then cutting the sheet into strips. For this tutorial I will use one strip to demonstrate how it's done.
Here's a piece of DSP (designer series paper) on the scoring board. I use DSP because it's thinner than cardstock and works a lot better. (looks better too).
I placed the scoring tool at the half inch mark.
Then you will flip over the dsp and score in between those 1/2 inch score marks starting at the first 1/4 inch mark.
*Important tip: If you flip your paper from right to left you will screw up your score marks. So remember to flip from bottom to top.
Here's what the strip of DSP looks like after you score it.
Remember to fold on the score lines back and forth to make an accordion type fold.
Next you will put a small bit of sticky strip on the end.
After you attach the ends you'll need a glue gun, circle punch and cardstock.
Punch a circle out of cardstock. I used a 1" punch. Cover the circle with glue. Then put your strip over the circle.
You will need to press down on the lolly until it is flat.
Wait until the glue hardens a bit before you take away your hand. Now you have a lolly that you can layer with other lollies. Don't forget to add a brad, button or other embellishment to the center.
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