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Giant Paper Popsicle Craft

paper popsicle craft

Sweet, sweet middle of summer. When meals are regularly replaced with popsicles and ants swarm your countertops to vie for a taste of the sticky melted nectar.

We here at Craftwhack (actually, just me. I’m alone today. I have the WHOLE DAY TO MYSELF.) decided to create some giant paper popsicles because one of us (again, me) spied some of these hanging all around Paper Source the last time I was walking around in there coveting everything.

I love colored card stock and bright paper crafts. Love them. Paper is so un-messy and cuttable. You can paint on it or fold it or cut it or glue it or even eat it or ball it up and whip it at someone in the head, or burn it. My God. What is there to not like about paper?

Let’s get to it. This is one of the easiest crafts ever.



1. Cut

2. Paste

paper popsicles

I just free-handed the cutting out of the popsicle shape, so maybe they look a bit like ghosts? Actually this guy came out of all this crafting, because I can’t make anything without seeing them as living things…

purple paper popsicle

Something I didn’t plan on was that when Beckett got his hands on the robot popsicle, he used it as a mask- do you know how much fun you could have with your kids if you made a bunch of masks like this? I may have to write another post on this.

paper popsicles are fun as masks, too!

popsicle paper craft popsicle paper craft

What do you think?

Written by Joanne Gonzales

Joanne Gonzales has a passion for getting creative. Whether she is making personalized DIY gifts or taking part in larger arts and crafts projects, she puts her all into making new and beautiful things.

She lives with a group of close friends and believes in the natural way of life. Joanne has built an outdoor arts and crafts gallery that overlooks the countryside in her hometown, which is where all of her creations come to life.

Art started off as a hobby, but over time Joanne has mastered her skills and sold some of her favorite pieces. She works full time as a florist and has done for many years. It helps keep her creative juices flowing and she hopes to one day open her own florist shop with a twist.


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  1. LOVE these, so I’m pinning them for a fun craft for August, when I’ll be back in the classroom. Until then, I can indulge in the real thing over the summer: anyone have a good Sangria popsicle recipe?


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