Free Printable: Frozen Treat Drip Catcher

Frozen Treat Drip Catcher free printable // thepapermama.com

It’s that time of year. It’s time for my kiddo to ask me for some sort of frozen treat over and over and over and…. yeah. The whole treat thing would be fine, but frozen pops tend to drip everywhere and make a crazy mess. While I don’t like the mess from these frozen treats, I do need to celebrate bright side of life with the occasional yummy goody. I know there’s no way I can keep the kid completely clean while eating these treats, but I can try since life can be more fun with a bit of mess! My Frozen Treat Drip Catchers will catch a few of those drips before they hit the ground. They don’t have to be used only for frozen treats, any other food item on a stick would work with these. They’d be cute for party decoration! Right?

Supplies:

  • “YUM!” Frozen Treat Drip Catcher printable (top and bottom)
  • scissors
  • paper
  • printer
  • Fruttare Frozen Fruit Bars

Directions:

Step 1: 

Print out the Frozen Treat Drip Catcher printable. I’ve included a second printable so you can print these double sided, or you can just skip that step.

Step 2: 

Cut out the drip catcher shapes. In the center of each drip catcher you will see a light line. That’s the fruit bar stick line. Use your scissors to slit that line.

Frozen Treat Drip Catcher free printable // thepapermama.com

Step 3: 

There is a line under each “YUM!” word. Fold those lines up so when you’re eating the frozen bars you can see the word, “YUM!”

Step 4:

Push the frozen bar stick through the slit, then hand the treat over to some lucky person. Maybe that lucky person is you? Hee.

Frozen Treat Drip Catcher free printable // thepapermama.com

Also, how great do the bright orange Mango Fruttare bars look with my little drip catchers?  Mmmmm… those bars were so delicious and fruity. This box of bars didn’t last very long in the house… they’re gone. Smiles on our faces, Mango Fruttare bars in our bellies, and no drips on our shirts. Yay!

- Chelsey

I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.

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Categories: diy, kid, sweets


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