Pop your Marshmallows on the lollipop sticks, you can get these at any craft store. No luck? Popsicle sticks to the rescue! (Popsicle sticks also look cute with a little ribbon attached to them so they aren't as plain)
Get your double boiler warmed up, I put about half the pot full of water. Bring to a slow boil and throw the chocolate buttons in. Let them warm up about 2-3 minutes(I don't have a double boiler so I used my mixing bowl on top as a variation.)
Give them a stir on and off until they start to get soft and gooey. (can you spot my cat in this picture?)
After it's all nice and liquid like, lightly roll your Mallows through the chocolate and tap the stick on the side of the bowl a little to get off the excess chocolate so it's not super thick. I added some food coloring to it so you can see the chocolate better on the Marshmallow :)
Tap the freshly dipped Mallows into sprinkles lightly, this is why I say to tap off the excess chocolate otherwise you will have huge globs of chocolate in your sprinkles. the picture isn't super clear but you get the idea. :)
Place them on the baking pan covered in wax paper and let cool either in the freezer for 5 minutes or just on their own for about 20 minutes.
After they are cool, you can wrap them in cellophane bags and give them as awesome little party favors. I Used nuts and crushed candy cane as well with milk chocolate for Christmas stocking stuffers.
Voila! and they only took me about 25 minutes from start to finish :)