Craft: Make Popsicles for Your Doll

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Today I have another cool summer treat for you to make for your dolls--popsicles!
So let's get started!
 
You can make as many of these as you want, in any color! And all you need is clay and skinny popsicle sticks!




You will need: polymer clay in your choice of colors including translucent, skinny popsicle sticks found at the craft store, and an oven or toaster oven. (Ask your parents for help when baking!)


Start by mixing your color choice with a lot of translucent. You only need a little bit of color with a lot of translucent. (actually, less color than I have in these photos because I ended up adding more translucent.)
It's a lot of work to mix and mash the clay. Just keep doing it until it is all smooth and mixed together.

Once your clay is all mixed, roll it into about a 3/4" ball. Then you can put it in the freezer for about 10 minutes so it's not so warm and mushy. Make sure it is on a clean surface like a piece of parchment paper.


Take it out of the freezer and start to shape it into a popsicle shape.



 After rolling it into a cylinder, I mashed it down slightly with my finger. Keep shaping it on the sides, and kind of flatten it on the bottom.

 
To make those little popsicle indentions, I just used an object I had close by to make 2 indentions.



Like so.


Cut your popsicle stick down to size, make sure it's slightly longer than your popsicle.
Watch out for splinters.

 
Now carefully stick your sticks into the raw clay making sure you don't poke through your popsicle!
Then bake these at  250 for 30 minutes. You can bake them on a pan with parchment paper.

 
IMPORTANT: do not glaze before baking! Let the popsicles completely cool, then you can glaze them to give them a shine just like a real popsicle.

 
That's it!


Wow, my dolls grabbed them right up!



Let your dolls hold them with a clear rubberband.



I hope you enjoyed!


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21 comments:

  1. Great idea! Definitely going to make these for my dolls!

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    1. Thanks! :) I'm sure your dolls will love this tasty summer treat!

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  2. Yum, these look really good! Really clever idea. :)
    *Sunny

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  3. Those are really cute and look SO realistic! I will definitely have to make some! :)
    ~Kaitlyn

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    1. Thanks, I hope you enjoy making them.

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  4. I just made a similar tutorial on my YouTube channel!(southernstyledolls) Haha great minds think alike! This was soo cute!

    ~Isabella

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  5. They look so realistic! Thank you for the tutorial!

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  7. These look so yummy and fantastic!! This was a fabulous tutorial! It was really clear and easy to understand! I so want to make popsicles now!!! ^.^
    -Lydia
    http://dollyfernfriends.blogspot.co.nz

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  8. What a cute idea! You did such a great job, they look so tasty!

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    Allie D.

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  10. You could also make soap bars using the same recipe, minus the popsicle stick, and the indentations would be optional.

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  11. They look like you got them from the store! I can't wait to make them!
    kaitlynrh1 from kaits ag crafts

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  12. I made the craft, and it worked but I didn't bake my clay. I thought that it would work any ways! Opps! And I made them to bit!
    kaitlynrh1 from Kaits AG Crafts

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  13. Yum yum. My dolls enjoyed these!

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