June 17, 2011

Feature Friday - Freeze Pop Holders

Today's Feature Friday is really simple and fun.  I say these Freeze Pop Holders at Under the Table and Dreaming.  I thought my boys would like them. 


I used to freeze Go-Gurt for them, but they would complain that it was too cold and the napkin I wrapped around them would slide off.  I also bought them some Ironman freeze pops recently and they gave up eating them for the same reason.  Well, we can't let a good Ironman freeze pop go to waste, can we?  Rex and I whipped up a couple of popsicle cozies (as I started calling them) and tried them out.  (I had fun documenting it with my iPhone.)
This is a great beginning sewing project.  It only requires sewing two lines.  (We made ours a bit longer than the suggested length.)




Just click HERE for Stephanie's tutorial.

Thanks for reading.

21 comments:

Anonymous said...

I love these so much. I want to make this for my nephew & niece. My mom gives them those frozen fruit freeze pops and my niece whose 4 says ooh they are so cold all the time. I actually think I want to make 2 for me & my husband! :)

This Stephanie lady is smart!

Unknown said...

Brilliant! I am definitely going to make one for my eldest daughter as she always complains about her cold fingers eating freezer pops!

Pickled Blu said...

LOVE THIS! Gotta make my son one as soon as I get home from work!

The Miller Five said...

Genius! I LOVE your hilarious pictures! The first one is my favorite. Rex's expression is a riot.

Jennifer said...

Awesome idea for little kiddos! I am adding it to me to-do list (along with the 100 other projects..LOL). Now, someone just needs to come up with a solution for the traditional wooden popsicle stick :)

Barillafab4.blogspot.com said...

CUTE! I just did something similar and my girls are loving them..but warning when you have friends over they will want one too so you will be cranking these out left & right like I am now! :) http://barillafab4.blogspot.com/2011/05/ice-pop-cozy.html

gretelies said...

YEEAAAAHHH ... great idea!!! :-)

Best wishes
Anne

McKenzie said...

That is an awesome idea! Thanks for sharing ☺ My boys will love warm hands after a frozen otter pop!

Erica said...

Awesome idea! Brilliant!

Silver MLM

Twins Squared said...

I am so making these! My kids love frozen go-gurts. I always wrap them in paper towel but this would be so much easier. Go-gurt recently had a mail in offer for something like this and we sent our codes but nothing has come yet. I never even thought of just making some. Duh!

Christie // lemon squeezy home said...

What a great idea! Thanks for sharing!

AmAzOn said...

WOW!! We have the same problem with the pops and paper towels. You are AMAZING!! THANK YOU so much for sharing!! I am so making these!!!!!

Sarah @ Scissors and a Whisk said...

Too cute! Makes me want a popsicle :)

hilljean said...

Your little guy has the cutest expressions! He looks thrilled with that popsicle :) Too cute!

Amy said...

Great idea! Thanks for sharing!
You obviously don't live in Texas!
Kids don't mind the coldness of the ice pops here!

Rebma said...

I just saw this tutorial and have been meaning to make a few for the kiddies. Love it! :D

Sada said...

That is genius!

Melody said...

You are such an awesome mom!! This is great!

Unknown said...

LOL I love the pictures! I never commented on your skirt picture because I was having computer issues that day, but I kept staring at the pictures trying to figure out why you looked different. You weren't smiling! lol. These ones look more familiar ;)
Here we call them freezies... I wonder if that's a 'local dialect' thing? Like how we call soda drinks 'pop'.

Rachel said...

brilliant! i love it when people have such great original ideas... and wonder when I might have one! :) thanks for sharing!

Delia said...

I was just thinking of making these yesterday! You better believe we are going to this week. They look like they take 2 minutes. Heck...I bet my boys could even cut them and everything. SO fun!

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