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How to Draw a Lollipop

Artist: Dawn / March 27, 2010
How to Draw a Lollipop

Step 1.

This is going to be incredibly easy to draw. Start with a circle that should be as big as you want your lollipop to be. Once that is done draw a vertical line that goes straight down the middle all the way to the end. You will then draw the shape of    

Step 2.

Since this is a swirly type of lollipop, begin the swirl design from the middle and work your way outward until you get about halfway.

Step 3.

Now all you have to do is draw the strips on the pop, and erase the lines and shapes. See, I told you this was going to be a pretty simple tutorial!

Step 4.

You can now color in your newly drawn lollipop. You can even draw this for your sister or brother as an Easter present too.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: March 27, 2010
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