Half-Term activities: Vampire Lollipop Treats By ToucanBox

Tricksy Vampire Lollipop Treats

Mwahahaha! Turn your everyday lollipops into fanged creatures of the night, complete with tiny cute Dracula capes. Wait, we mean terrifying, fearsome Dracula capes. Who are we kidding; these guys are sweet in every sense of the word.

You will need:  

  • Lollipops
  • Felt
  • A pipe cleaner, cut in 4
  • Sticky back eyes
  • White stickers
  • Cellophane
  • Scissors  

What to do:

  1. Step 1
    Cut the cellophane into rectangles, about 8cm by 12cm.
  2. Step 2
    Cut the felt into rectangles about the same size. Cut the edges off of each rectangle to make a trapezoid shape.
  3. Step 3
    Take a lolly. Cover it with a piece of cellophane. Give the cellophane a twist at the bottom.
  4. Step 4
    Wrap the shorter edge of the felt around the upper stem of the lolly. Pinch it in place. Twist a pipe cleaner around it to hold in place.
  5. Step 5
    Add eyes. Cut little fangs out of the white sticker and add them to your vampires!    

Sign up for a toucanBox subscription before midnight October 18th 2018, and not only will your fist box be free (normal RRP £7.95+ just £2 shipping) but your first craft will be from our special edition Halloween collection.

Will you get the very woolly and not-so-spooky spider and glitter web, or the set of glowing paper pumpkin lanterns? Featuring all the materials to get creative and easy to follow instructions, plus toucanBox magazine, packed with stories, recipes, experiments and activities, and ghoulish sticker sheet.

(The offer is open until November 3rd but if you would like to guarantee the receipt of a Halloween box, sign up before midnight October 18th.)

Head over to toucanBox to get your first delivery free. Apply code TROTTERSHW at checkout. T&Cs apply. toucanBox is a rolling subscription of craft deliveries but you’ll only ever pay on a box-by-box basis, and can cancel at any time, for hassle-free, convenient crafting with your kids

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