Monster Pops and Googly Eyes for Valentines

Have you met our newest little monsters?

Meet Googly Frank, Swirly Sue, Hearty Harold and Glassy Gayle.

The new Monster Love Pops are characters that hold your cake pops and lollipops. The hole in front lets the pop serve as the nose. Includes all the popular cutting files like SVG plus a PDF to print the entire design in full color onto one piece of cardstock for hand cutting.

It folds at the bottom and a small hole lets you slip in the stick of the lollipop and then you glue the tops together to close. So easy!

The finished size after a cake pop or tootsie pop is added will be 3.75″ wide x 3.75″ tall.

Take a peek at DT Marlene’s LOVE Pops…

Its February and LOVE is in the air!  These Monster lollipops are just CRAZY in LOVE. They are so easy to put together and so much fun to embellish.  I changed up the eyes a bit on Love Monster Sue. I left out one eye layer and switched out the black eye circle for a heart shaped one. I also added little sparkly pom-poms for her antennae.

To Frank, I switched out the large circle dimple and used a heart instead.” ~Marlene @ Scrappin Cookie
Papers are Cardstock Warehouse and Doodebug Design. Stamps are Jaded Blossom.

Video Tutorial for Monster Love Pops from Sugar Shine Designs.

View TUTORIAL for this Monster Pop Card by Sugar Shine Designs We discovered Janet’s videos on you tube and were tickled pink. She turned the Googly Eyed Monster Pop into a 5″x7″ card and she makes it so easy.

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