It could be dog years until I finish up with all the puppy treats. I hope you'll show me some puppy love and hang in there, or you'll be in the dog house for sure! I had an idea for push
Are you ready for a girls best friend?
M is for Max!
So if you want...here they are~
I needed something for the party hat - so I started with a Dixie Cup.
Put it on the push pop to measure.
Trimmed it to fit.
Opened the Dixie cup for the template.
Paw Print scrap book paper for the hat.
Trace and cut around the template on the back side of the paper.
Notice, I added a little to the end where I would need to fold and glue.
Fold it up, ready to glue to the other end.
After you've glued the ends together to make the pointed hat,
it's time to add a rim and topper.
Measure black pipe cleaners to fit around the bottom and hot glue.
Then hot glue a black pom pom to the top of the hat.
Now, let's make some ears!
I used the largest of the two tear drops from the punch.
(Or you could hand cut.)
Hot glued the ears to the underneath side of the hat.
Then I glued the hat on the lid of the push pop.
For the nose, I cut hearts out of red cardstock and trimmed the end.
Hot glued another pom pom to the trimmed end of the heart.
Then hot glued the nose and googly eyes to the push pop.
(oops no photo)
For the collar, I added metal charms to black ribbon.
Glued the ribbon together on the back side of the push pup.
Did I happen to mention that there were ALOT of steps?
Here they are ready and waiting~
I had to get Max off the counter before the guests arrived!
For the filling, I decided upon using a cake pop mixture. This way, EACH bite was a bit of cake AND frosting with a little more frosting on the top!