You might be thinking: Two ways? Really?! But seriously, there are two ways to make popsicle holders with Cricut EasyPress Mini. And both are quick–and BOTH are awesome!
Popsicle Holders with Cricut EasyPress – 2 Ways!
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we are seriously hot. Summer has hit here and it’s warm. Ok, maybe not as warm as the poor folks boiling down in Texas, but we still need popsicles here. And the kid is ALWAYS grabbing a paper towel and then said paper towel is impolitely discarded–and the dog shreds it and I’m exasperated. To stop that cycle and add a little personalized fun to our summer treats, I decided to make some fun popsicle holders with Cricut EasyPress. And I found two ways to do it!
Basically, I wanted to make a fun summer craft and experiment some more with the infusible ink from Cricut. This was a great excuse–and the kid is absolutely excited, to say the least. Now to make a ton more! Ha! If you’re still with me and want to make some fun popsicle holders with Cricut, let’s get started.
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Tips to Make Easy Popsicle Covers
- Start by getting the popsicle covers here. I mean, you could always sew your own, but I’m about done with sewing this week–it seems to get harder and harder. So, just grab some.
- Get ready to get CREATIVE! I’m not kidding, this is going to be fun. To make each one, here’s what I used:
- The Dragon Popsicle Holder: My dragon popsicle cover was made using Cricut Infusible Ink sheets like these. Now, to be COMPLETELY transparent, I’ll will say that I had a bit of trouble with the final colors being different from what the sheets are like before heating–but also from what’s on the packaging. So, I initially tried a mermaid popsicle cover but the colors came out much more primary than pastel and just not mermaid-ey at all. So, when working with Cricut infusible inks, be sure to plan on the color being slightly different than anticipated–and work toward primary, not pastel unless you specifically get the pastel ones. Grab the free dragon scales SVG here.
- The Baby Yoda Popsicle Holder and Unicorn Popsicle Holder: To make both the awesome Baby Yoda popsicle holder and the unicorn popsicle holder, I actually used Cricut Infusible Ink Pens like these. So, I had similar problems with the colors being off–but being a little smarter cookie the second time around, I tested these colors on a scrap piece of paper and scrap cloth before readying my actual craft. So, I recommend doing that and knowing that you need to check each color you plan to use before racing in with it. So, I just used the Cricut to draw the line work and I colored in the rest! I even got some kid-colored ones in from a friend’s littlies she asked me to make as a gift for them. So cute and wonderfully personalized! Grab the free Baby Yoda SVG here and grab the free unicorn SVG here.
How Do I Make Popsicle Holders with Cricut EasyPress?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial.
More Easy Summer Crafts with Cricut You Might Like
- Summer Unicorn SVG Bundle – This is the most FUN and cool unicorn cut file set for summer ever! I love the floatie and want to LIVE on it…
- Easy Pinwheel Banner and Magnet – Give me a pinwheel any day in any way and I’ll have a fun way to craft AND play with the kiddo!
- Infusible Ink Watermelon Tote – You are going to love having a new reusable tote–and how insanely easy this fun craft project is.
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