Nothing says SUMMER like popsicles, and so what a great idea to host a Popsicle Party to toast the end of another summer season full of fun and memories!  Perfect for a small gathering or a really large group, popsicles go a long way!  Make your own with simple freezer molds or buy them straight out of the freezer section at your local market.  Fara, of Little Things Creations, shares her adorable Popsicle Printable Collection and party ideas to help make your POPSICLE PARTY even sweeter!

In addition to popsicles, Fara made a simple cake with a cute topper and had a small candy bar set up to enjoy…

Another cute idea is to make ice cream cone cupcakes

Homemade popsicles are always a treat for children to make!  They are SO easy- you can even use a paper cup with a wooden spoon to transform your favorite juice into a delicious little frozen treat!  I am thinking that we will make some tomorrow! 

To turn your POPSICLE PARTY into the cutest on the block, stop by Little Things Creations for the printable collection that you can use for cupcake toppers, banners, favor tags, invitations, and more!  What a fun way to celebrate a wonderful summer!

Thank you for sharing your party, Fara!  Stop by for more party ideas from Little Things Creations!


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