Felt Icecreams – Quick Summer Craft for Kids

It’s summer time, so let’s scream for some Icecreams ..

It is sometimes so difficult to think of activities when we are on a house arrest due to summers. This is a very simple, easy and quick Felt Craft for Kids.

Required:

  1. Colorful Felt Sheets
  2. Glue / Glue Gun
  3. Scissors
  4. Marker
  5. Ruler
  6. Popsicles/ Icecream sticks – plain or colorful
  7. Pom poms/ glitter Glue/ Embellishments/Stones – For Decoration

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Step 1: Cut felt in shapes of Lollies/ Popsicles – 2 pieces for 1 lolly.

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Step 2: Glue the popsicle sticks in between the felt shape and stick other felt sheet over it

Step 3: Hand over the popsicles to little one for decoration. They can decorate it with Pom Poms, or Glitter Glue or Embellishments/ Stones as per their wish.

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Glitter Glue
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Pom poms
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Embellishments

Picking up tiny stars and hearts is a great exercise for fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination and pincer grip of those tiny finger muscles.

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My little boy just loved glitters glue and I had to stop him from pouring all glitters over. LOL.

Kids get some awesome fun time and happiness and rack their minds to let out creativity.. while mom can get some “ME time” or get some chores done.

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HAPPY SUMMERS!!

 

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  1. What a fun summer craft!! I’m going to have to do this with my son next summer when he’s a little older!! Thanks so much for sharing 🙂

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