Oreo Sucker Holder!

posted on December 14, 2009 by  |  posted under Christmas, Crafting, Gift Giving  |  11 Comments

Oreo Sucker Holder So Cute

Now that you’ve made your Oreo Suckers…here is your sucker holder tutorial!


1.  Modge Podge your 4×4.  I did all the sides, but the bottom.

2.  Place your pre cut paper on the mod podge and press down.  Start in the center and push the bubbles out.  You can use a pan scraper, credit card or a vinyl applicator.

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3.  Sand the edges


5.  Apply Vinyl.

4.  Distress (if you want:).  You can use this distress ink or stain.


6.  Drill your holes.  You can measure, but I just eyeball it and it seems to work!  I use a drill bit that was the same size as the sucker stick.  Hold the sucker stick up to the drill bit and if it’s the same size use it!  Drill about 1/2 inch down.


7.  Put your suckers in and waalaa…another cute gift!


I tried one with a 2×4 and this is what it looks like.  Notice the suckers are gone?

Click here for the Oreo sucker tutorial

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    1. December 14th, 2009 at 9:41 pm
      Michelle says:
      We have a family friend with a newborn and I've wondered what to get the baby since the baby obviously doesn't know it's Christmas, I may make a Thanks Santa, think of all the Christmases to come that it will be enjoyed!
    2. January 16th, 2010 at 6:35 am
      Amy says:
      Where do you get the vinyl to write Merry Christmas?
      • January 16th, 2010 at 6:48 am
        Alison says:
        www.mytalkingwalls.com is who we recommend!
    3. April 9th, 2010 at 9:30 am
      Amy says:
      Thank you for sharing this! I love it and made an Easter version with some Oreo Cookie Suckers for a friend (and myself too!). Thanks!

    4. July 27th, 2010 at 2:20 am
      Mandi says:
      Never mind about my other post...I found it. :) Thank you! This is wonderful!
    5. November 22nd, 2010 at 4:36 pm
      Abby says:
      I love this idea!! Just a few questions, how long is the 4x4 and what font did you use for Merry Christmas? Thanks for sharing all your great ideas with us!!! :)
    6. November 27th, 2011 at 7:54 pm
      Carla says:
      I've been making these for a craft sale fundraiser this year. Thanks for all the great ideas!
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