It may be Fall, but that doesn’t stop my daughter from wanting to devour freeze pops. We use them as special rewards (hello, potty training!) and after dinner treats. Here is a super easy DIY that will keep their little hands warm and make freeze pops a little easier to eat…
DIY Freeze Pop Holder
Easy to make! Perfect for little hands.
1. Fun fabric
5. Sewing Machine
Fold washcloth in half. Use ruler to measure desired width. I made mine around 3 inches across x 11 inches long. Cut both washcloth and fabric the same.
Place cut fabric and washcloth back to back. Fold in half. Make sure right side of fabric is on the outside.
Pin sides together. I folded over the top to make a little edge with the washcloth. This will help soak up drips from the freeze pop. Sew each side in a straight stitch.
Trim edges with pinking shears.
You can make them in all kinds in different fabrics. Best part? Throw them in the wash when they get dirty. They will be clean and ready to go for the next freeze pop treat.
Such a cute and easy way to make your kiddos special treat easier to eat!