How to Make a Baby Washcloth Lollipop

Absolutely adorable as baby-shower decor and super useful for the mom-to-be, these clever pops are made with two handy washcloths and a baby spoon. Print out these easy instructions and send along to shower guests inviting them to make a pop or two to bring to your baby shower.

How to Make a Baby-Washcloth Lollipop

How to Make a Baby-Washcloth Lollipop

Absolutely adorable as baby-shower décor and super-useful for the mom-to-be, these clever pops are made with two handy washcloths and a baby spoon. Print out these easy instructions and send along to shower guests inviting them to make a pop or two to bring to the event.

Photo by: Daniela Lukomski

Daniela Lukomski

Materials Needed

  • (2) baby washcloths
  • long baby spoon
  • clear packing tape (not shown)
  • cellophane candy bag and ribbon
How to Make a Baby-Washcloth Lollipop

How to Make a Baby-Washcloth Lollipop

What you’ll need for one lollipop: • Two baby washcloths • one long baby spoon • clear packing tape (not shown) • cellophane candy bag and ribbon for presentation

Photo by: Daniela Lukomski

Daniela Lukomski

Step 1

How to Make a Baby-Washcloth Lollipop

How to Make a Baby-Washcloth Lollipop

Start by carefully folding the two washcloths lengthwise until each is about an inch wide.

Photo by: Daniela Lukomski

Daniela Lukomski

Start by carefully folding the two washcloths lengthwise until each is about an inch wide. 

Step 2

How to Make a Baby-Washcloth Lollipop

How to Make a Baby-Washcloth Lollipop

Carefully line up and place one folded washcloth directly on top of the other and roll them tightly together from end to end. Use a piece of clear packing tape to secure the ends of the roll.

Photo by: Daniela Lukomski

Daniela Lukomski

Carefully line up and place one folded washcloth directly on top of the other and roll them tightly together from end to end. Use a piece of clear packing tape to secure the ends of the roll.

Step 3

How to Make a Baby-Washcloth Lollipop

How to Make a Baby-Washcloth Lollipop

Place the bowl of the baby spoon in the center of the rolled cloths and secure with clear packing tape.

Photo by: Daniela Lukomski

Daniela Lukomski

Place the bowl of the baby spoon in the center of the rolled cloths and secure with clear packing tape.

Step 4

How to Make a Baby-Washcloth Lollipop

How to Make a Baby-Washcloth Lollipop

To finish, pop the lollipop into the cellophane bag and tie with a festive ribbon. Ta-da!

Photo by: Daniela Lukomski

Daniela Lukomski

To finish, pop the lollipop into the cellophane bag and tie with a festive ribbon. Ta-dah! 

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