Remove the plastic overwrap from straw wreath being careful NOT to cut the nylon thread that holds the wreath intact (it is see through so doing this in good light will help).
Trying to stick lollipops in a new wreath often bends and breaks the sticks. Holding the screwdriver at a 45 degree angle (so the stick of the pop will not protrude through the backside which happens if they are stuck straight in) poke holes into the wreath but not through to the underside (sticks will be concealed within wreath).
Leave approximately 4 inches at the top of the wreath without holes which is where the hanger and bow will be.
NOTE: You will experience some resistance so be careful to keep hands out of the path of the screwdriver (this is an adult activity)!
You can interleave this with the next step of inserting the lollipops so you find the spacing you desire. I like the pops snug together so the wreath looks like a mass of Halloween balls.
You can also leave space between, and fluff out the bottom of the fabric so they look like little ghosts.