DIY Popsicle

This yummy little DIY could not have come at a better time. It’s been Hot with a capital H this week in L.A.—and apparently in Texas too, where this Apryl Ann Photography and Cakewalk Bake Shop tutorial comes to us from. But on the plus side, rising temps are a great excuse to make refreshing treats for friends and family—and nothing fits the bill better than an icy-cold popsicle, the ultimate throwback summer treat. Read on for all the deets on how to make these grownup ice pops, flavored with green tea and fresh herbs. They’re every bit as refreshing as anything you ever pulled out of your grandma’s freezer, but a whole lot prettier too…

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Party Hat Jewelry from Studio DIY

DIY Party Hat Necklace

DIY Party Hat EarringsParty Hat Jewelry Supplies

Supply List:
  • Cone Beads (I bought mine, in a few different sizes, at Bead Source, a local store with a few locations in SoCal! Check your local jewelry/craft supply or online.)
  • Headpins
  • Small Beads (Optional, if your headpins are too small and slip through the hole in the cone.)
  • Martha Stewart Jewelry Glaze (You can get this at your local Michaels!)
  • Itty Bitty Pom Poms
  • Round Pliers (I have a few pairs, but the ones Martha sent are seriously amazing.)
  • Wire Cutters
  • Chain, Lobster Claw and Jump Rings (For Necklaces)
  • Earwires (For Earrings)

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