We’re excited to bring you another great article from POPSUGAR Moms, a fantastic source for mamas who want advice and news about everything from packing healthy lunches to mastering the art of stroller chic. This week, we’re featuring their fun popsicle-themed picks to get your summer off to a sweet start.

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9 Ways to Have Fun With Popsicles Without a Single Drip

School is wrapping up (have you picked up your teacher appreciation gift yet?), Summer is unofficially starting, and the time for cool popsicles is near! Whether you’re set to stock your freezer with store-bought pops or want to make your own, you can prep for popsicle season with the following nine printables, party extras, and kid-friendly goods, all featuring summer’s favorite frozen treat!

Summer Party Printable

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This Nicole’s Classes summer party printable is a sweet way to invite friends over for a warm-weather bash—Popsicles included, of course.

Kate Spade Change Purse

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Every little lady needs a place to keep her ice cream truck money, and this Kate Spade coin purse ($78) seems like the perfect summer spot. Available in three candy-esque colors.

Popsicle Memory Game

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Eat Drink Chic’s DIY popsicle memory game would be the perfect kid activity at a summer party.

Tovolo Bug Pops

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Tovolo’s awesome Bug Pops ($16) let you freeze popsicles into three unique designs (a ladybug, caterpillar, and beetle). Thick sleeves keep popsicles cold longer once outside of the freezer, unique handles allow for a better grip, and a drip guard keeps the mess to a minimum.

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Popsicle Tag and Garland Printables

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You’ll be all set for a pop party with Creature Comforts’ free printables, including popsicle-shaped gift tags, garland, and iron-on transfers for you to create your own popsicle totes or tees.

No-Melt Pop Invitations

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Martha Stewart’s No-Melt Pop Invitations feature retro-looking ice pops that are sure to set the tone for a summer party.

Gap Tulle Popsicle Tee

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Available in sizes for girls 1 to 5, Gap’s tulle-embellished Popsicle tee ($20) is sure to become her summer favorite.

Rocket Pop Molds

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Williams-Sonoma’s Rocket Pop Molds ($12) let you freeze your favorite ingredients into rockets! Just fill with your favorite liquid, snap on the stick handles, and freeze. The shape is designed for the pops to slide out easily. The set of six pop molds and the stand are dishwasher-safe.

Popsicle Favors

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Etsy seller AmpersandInk’s glassine popsicle favor bags ($8 for 12) feature a pop-appropriate message, “Keep calm and melt with me.”

Which one of these popsicle-themed picks is your favorite?

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