Today’s tutorial on Splitcoast is written by Janet Yates. She shows how to dress up a plain old lollipop into a broom. Here is a video I shot for it:

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I hope you had a wonderful summer. I sure did. My oldest started college last week. He loves it. I am glad he took to it so well. I still have to get used to the fact that I don’t see him every day.

Hugs and smiles

Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

17 Responses to “Video tutorial on SCS – Broom Sucker”

  1. What an adorable project!! The sucker broom is so cute!! Such a fun Halloween decoration!! Thanks for the awesome tutorial!!

    I’m glad you had a wonderful summer!! I can’t believe it’s almost over already…I’m not ready for colder weather. Happy Wednesday :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid’s Crafts

  2. So glad to hear your summer went well. Nice to see you pop back in. Know you were missed :)

  3. Hi Beate:

    Glad you had a great summer. Great to see you again, have missed your creative ideas. You definately have been missed. Cute idea for Halloween, thanks.

  4. So good to see you back, Beate! :) Missed you!

    This is such a fun project and perfect timing with summer winding down and autumn gearing up! Thanks for sharing!

  5. So happy your summer has been a good one! We never stop missing our babies – our youngest just moved to Weisbaden, Germany for 3 years, and I miss her terribly! I’ll be thinking of you, and hope that your visits with DS are many! Thanks for the great video – what a fun treat! Hugs…

  6. Thanks for the video. These are adorable! So glad your son likes college. That’s a big step moving away from home and being out on their own. I hope everything works out for him!

  7. These are so cute, have to try making some this Halloween .

  8. So adorable.. I make little pumpkins and little ghosts with suckers so your broom suckers will look so cute when I give out my Halloween candy and the kids can choose what one they want. Thanks so much for sharing. I will be making them.
    Hugs, Pat

  9. Thank you so much for the tutorial. I was so happy to see Fresh and Fun in my inbox!! I have so missed your creativity but certainly understand your need for family time. I hope this is the beginning of seeing you “out and about” a bit more. Take Care
    Debbie

  10. Hi Beate, So excited to see you pop in. Glad your summer went well and that you have one in college. Look forward for more posts from you. Cute broom.
    Connie

  11. Beate: SO HAPPY YOU ARE BACK. You have been missed a lot. Cute video. My grand daughters should love it. Leaving for college was always harder on my hubby and me than on my daughter and son. Now we have a grand daughter who is a freshman in high school who will soon be deciding what she wants to do. They all grow up too fast.

  12. Beate, I’m so glad you’re back. I missed your tutorials. I so glad you had a great summer, and that your son is enjoying college.

  13. Liebe Beate
    Wie wunderschön,
    ein Video von dir!
    Hast mir gefehlt!
    Kann Dich gut verstehen…
    Hugs and smiles
    Sibylle

  14. I am SO glad you are back. I have missed you more than you can imagine. Glad your family is doing well.

  15. Hey Beate!!! So great to hear from you! Gosh hard to believe your oldest is in college!!! Hope that summer was fabulous!

  16. Oh Beate I am glad that you are back. Great tutorial. Great that your son is enjoin collage. hugs! MOjca

  17. very cool, great tips, thanks for sharing the video!

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