Lollipop Invitation Tutorial – New!

printable lollipop invitation
This new DIY Lollipop Invitation is now included in my popular Candyland Printable Collection.


It’s really easy to personalize and assemble. Firstly, take a look at my video tutorial on how to Personalize the Lollipop Invitation using Adobe Reader.



{I forgot to mention in the video that once you type your details into the first circle, the other circles on that page will update automatically with the same information, so you only need to type it in once}


After you print your personalized page of Front circles, print out the Back page of circles also. Then cut out all of the Front and Back circles – there are 4 Front circles and 4 Back circles per page. You will need to use a 4 inch circle cutter to cut the circles (I don’t recommend cutting them out with scissors as they won’t match up exactly when the front and back are attached together).


Don’t have a circle cutter? Me neither (it’s going to be my next craft purchase though!) – I actually used a vase that was a tiny bit smaller than 4 inches in diameter and just placed it on the circles, and cut around it with an exacto knife.


diy lollipop invitation suppliesOnce your circles have been cut out, assemble the supplies you will need to create the Lollipop Invitations:

  • Front and Back circles
  • Large Lollipop Sticks – You will want AT MINIMUM a 4″ long stick. Think about how long you want your lollipop invite to be. If you think the 4″ size is too short, use a 6″ size (you can cut it down if too long). Lollipop sticks can be found in the cake decorating aisle of craft shops or even places like Walmart, or online at Amazon etc). If you choose a smaller sized lollipop stick, your finished invite might look a bit top heavy.
  • Coordinating ribbon to tie a pretty bow
  • Tape to tape down the lollipop stick
  • Glue stick or double sided tape to attach the Back circle to the Front.


lollipop invitation tutorial

Turn over the Front circle and tape the Lollipop stick to the back with the top of the stick almost half way up the circle (use a few pieces of tape if you are worried about the stick moving – you can also glue it if you wish).


Don’t forget to make sure your Lollipop stick aligns vertically with your text!


lollipop invitation tutorialGlue (or use double sided tape) the Back circle


lollipop invitation tutorialAnd gently attach the Back circle to the back of the Front circle, covering the lollipop stick – make sure the edges of the circles align properly and the pattern also aligns!  Don’t press too hard, as the lollipop stick will create indents in the paper!


lollipop invitation tutorialTurn the Invitation over and tie a cute bow to the topmost part of the stick.  And there you have your Lollipop Invitation!


Want to get a bit more crafty?


lollipop invitation tutorialInstead of attaching the 4 inch Back circle, you can cut out a large circle from colored cardstock and attach that to the back instead! In this image the pink colored cardstock is 4.5 inches in diameter.


Start creating your own Lollipop Invitations today!


Take a look at my Candyland Printable Collection in my shop! It’s only $14.95, includes this Invitation plus 32 pages of other designs to help decorate your Candyland/Lollipop Party, and is available as an Instant Download!



  1. Hi Simone

    Thanks a lot for the prints
    I am in process of making the Lollipop invites and was wondering if i can change one line to italics (seems computer doesn’t let me )  and also is the font set to be in CAPS LOCK always?


    • Hi Sim, The font in the Candyland collection doesn’t have an italics or lowercase – the font is always uppercase.  If you really need an italics or lowercase font, you can change the font from the Text Properties Toolbar (please note that some font may make the alignment be slightly off).  

      • Thanks Simone however the settings doesn’t allow me to change format.
        Unsure if its my computer or if I am not doing it correctly.
        I tried to use Caps and Italics both ways ( simple way & from Text Properties Toolbar ) still it doesn’t let me change.
        The only thing it allows is Underline.

        • Hi Sim – Sorry if I don’t understand your question properly.  As mentioned above, the default font in the Candyland collection doesn’t allow Italics or lowercase.  If you really need those properties in your font, you will have to change the font to a different one that you have installed on your computer from the Toolbar.    

          Also, please make sure you are using Adobe Reader to open, edit and print from – using other PDF viewers will cause issues.  My files will only work in Adobe Reader so please check this. Simone

          • Thankyou will try again.
            it may be possible i have to play around with fonts or else will go ahead with upppercase only . Was just confused to use invite all in uppercase. but well seems everyone else has used it so should not look different :))


          •  All sorted now :) I understood what you meant by changing fonts ! Thankyou

            You mentioned in one of the F&Q that we could zip individual pages for printing. Can you please provide details how can I do so as I do not want to take the complete file to the shop

            Thanks in advance.

          • Hi Sim, to send out just the individual pages for printing, you will need to download the zip file of Individual pages (this is the last download link you would have received).  This zip file includes all the pages of this collection saved as individual files – personalize and send out just the pages you want.

          • no wonder I was unable to that before. Thanks for your reply 
            The invites look wonderful and I made 30 !!! phew :))

            Loved doing all the work and big thanks to you !!


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