What? This is not a recipe and it’s not even edible craft? What’s going on? I bet you may be asking yourself these questions, but I also hope that this change is one that you enjoy. This is the very first craft post I am sharing on the blog, as part of my plans to bring you new content.
Even though I am not crafty, I do enjoy trying simple craft ideas as a way to build rich experiences with my daughter. So if I am not crafty, who will make the crafts you ask? Well, that’s what our fabulous contributor Carolina will bring to this blog. Carolina will be contributing fun craft ideas, all with a foodie theme, or ones that you can put together with ingredients you may have on your kitchen. To start let’s get the summer spirit going with these Popsicle Garland.
My daughter loooves popsicles. In fact I posted the recipe for her favorite: Coconut and Pineapple Popsicle. I think making edible popsicles are so much fun, and I’ve even made Ombre Popsicles. These paper popsicles look just as fun too and I can imagine how cute they will look hanging from our mantel, my daughter’s room, the kitchen wall, or even the house door. Don’t you think? Where else will you put it?
Learn how to make them below:
You will need
- Crayons, color pencils, or markers
- Popsicles sticks
- Scotch tape
Draw your desired shape for the popsicle.
Color each paper popsicle shape and let the imagination flow.
Cut the shape withs scissors and adhere the popsicle stick to the back of your work of art with the help of scotch tape.
Use tape to add each popsicle to a string. Or enjoy them as is and be ready to play and have lots of fun.
Here are the instructions in Spanish