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Everything Otter Pops!

photo: thekitchn.com

A summertime staple since 1970, Otter Pops are the cheapest way to cool off when the temperatures get off. Even cooler than the tasty little ice pops, themselves, are all the fun things you can do with them! From homemaking your own Otter Pops, to creating cute, crafty covers for their plastic sleeves, here are 7 fun and fabulous ways to celebrate Everything Otter Pop!

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  • Otter Pop Cups 1 of 7
    Otter Pop Cups
    Grab several packets of storebought Otter Pops and make a few cups of colorful slushies with this easy recipe.
    Recipe from GInger Snap Crafts.
  • Make ‘Em Homemade 2 of 7
    Make 'Em Homemade
    A vaccum sealer is all you need to make homemade, colorful Otter Pops in just minutes!
    Recipe from The Kitchn.
  • Easy Holders 3 of 7
    Easy Holders
    Baby Socks make for perfect homemade Otter Pops holders. Just snip, slip, and sip!
    Photo from Otter Pops Facebook Pate.
  • Get Stylish 4 of 7
    Get Stylish
    Take your Otter Pop eating to a whole new level with these adorable, simple Monster Snuggies! Cute as can be, and easy to boot!
    Get the idea from Crafty Soccer Mom.
  • Give ‘Em As a Gift 5 of 7
    Give 'Em As a Gift
    Otter Pops make an easy gift for neighbors and friends. How else to welcome everyone into summer than with a bucket full of Otter Pops?!
    Photo from Delicate Construction.
  • Party Flavors! 6 of 7
    Party Flavors!
    Another super simple party favor or summertime gift! Tie colorful Otter Pops together and hand them out as party favors.
    Photo from Jessee Journal.
  • More Homemade Popscicles 7 of 7
    More Homemade Popscicles
    As easy as Otter Pops! These colorful homemade popscicles are easy to put together at home and make a fun, festive summertime chiller!
    Get the recipe for Rainbow Popscicles.

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