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To begin you will want to cut your card stock or designer series paper. You can use 8 1/2" x 11" card stock, but you will want to cut it along the longer side. In my photo I cut my (designer series paper) dsp at 1 1/2" x 12". You really don't want to make your paper any more than 1 3/4" wider because it will be too wide and you won't be able to form the lollies. If you want to make bigger lollies you can cut 2 of the 1 3/4" x 12" pieces and then adhere them together, but I sort of feel as though using 1 piece of dsp is enough. You will begin by scoring your dsp or cardstock every 1/4" and my picture below shows what it should look like after you are finished with your scoring.
Here is a photo of my wreath on my front door. Sorry that it's not a better photo. It was raining outside so I didn't want to go out to take my picture, but my wreath looks really nice from the outside.
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Recipe for today's project-