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How to make Paper Lollies

You guys know by now that I am completely head-over-heels in LOVE with banners. I use them all the time to decorate for special events or holidays, and just everyday in my home. But I’m getting a little sick of always having triangle banners strung everywhere. So I decided to mix it up a little with a banner made from paper lollies. And let me tell you, I love it! 

 Don’t you think it look so cute in Miss Molly’s room? Ahhh, I’m in love.

 Aren’t these paper lollies the cutest thing ever? I’m telling you, they are adorable. And SUPER easy to make. I whipped these up in less than an hour!

 Well, I say less than an hour, but really it took me more like 3, because I was making this here video. And I recorded it 4 times before I realized my microphone wasn’t working. Then I had to go pick up Benson from school, and it was raining, so my hair looks…. fabulous? Yeah, let’s go with fabulous… haha.

So, here’s my first attempt at a video tutorial. I hope you guys like it and are able to see how simple these paper lollies are to make.

I used my evolution from Lifestyle Crafts, which I LOOOOVE. And you can get 20% off of everything from We R Memory Keepers and Lifestyle Crafts when you use the coupon code CREATIVEMOM. Just click on the photo below.

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