Doll Craft – Make Doll Sized Popsicle Treats

How to make doll sized popsicles or frozen treats

Later today we are kicking off the 100 Days of Doll Play and just a hint, Karen’s craft for today will come in handy!

With summer just around the corner why not make your dolls their very own “Frozen Treats” or Popsicles using items you may already have at home.

supplies for doll sized treats

You will need:

  • Construction Paper, Felt or Fun Foam
  • A craft stick, 2 tooth picks or a coffee stir stick
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • A ruler
  • A scrap of Paper
  • A pencil

supplies for doll sized treats

Step 1 – use your scrap paper, a pencil and the ruler to cut a pattern piece for your “frozen treat. ‘ Measure 1 inches by 1 1/2 inches and cut out your pattern piece.

how to make doll sized ice cream on a stick

Step 2 – Round the edges of one end of your pattern piece like in the photo above

how to make doll sized ice cream on a stick

Step 3 – Cut out your “frozen treats” using your pattern piece, cut two.

how to make doll sized ice cream on a stick

Step 4 – Cut your coffee stick or craft stick in half (You may need an adult to help you)

how to make doll sized ice cream on a stick

Step 5 – Add glue to your fun foam and place your craft stick in the middle  and cover the stick with the other piece of fun foam

make doll sized popsicle

Step 6 – Let your “frozen treat dry”


Let’s make another type of “Frozen Treat”

make doll sized popsicle

Step 1 – Using construction paper and your pattern piece cut out two pieces of the same color paper.

Let's make another type of "Frozen Treat"

Step 2– Place your paper on top of each other and fold them in half as shown in the photo below

Let's make another type of "Frozen Treat"

Step 3– Add glue to one of your pattern pieces and add two tooth picks, add more glue and add the other piece of paper on top. Let it dry.

Let's make another type of "Frozen Treat"

You can create “Frozen Treats” for all your dolls, here is what the treats look like with fun foam, paper and felt.

doll sized popsicle treats

Once dry you can get your dolls to enjoy their treats by using a small elastic to help the dolls to hold their “Frozen Treats”

doll sized popsicle treats

I hope you enjoyed today’s craft and I look forward to sharing more with you next week.


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  1. Gail says:

    so cute and simple! love all the dolls outfits!

  2. qtlol10 says:

    Secondie! Love it!

  3. Amber says:

    Sweet! cant wait to try it after school!

  4. Maggie says:

    Fourthie! Can’t wait to make it!

  5. Megan says:

    what i great craft for summer!!! and i think you did a great job Karen!!!! i am so making it!!!!!!!!!!

  6. mia says:

    Karen,what dolls did you display?

  7. Megan says:

    Karen, can you use toothpicks for the one with the fun foam?

  8. Char says:

    Megan – you can use toothpicks for the foam ones and you can also use pipecleaners for the popsicle sticks too

  9. Char says:

    Mia – the redhead is Olivia from Springfield Doll, then Chrissa from American Girl and My London Girl Olivia.

  10. agisthebest says:

    i love this craft, karen!

  11. kt says:


  12. Chloe says:

    Cool cant wait to make!!!!!!!!! I’m sick again so I will definetly be making this!!! :)

  13. Hayley says:

    Love the craft 😀 I’m gonna make these I have craft foam and toothpicks 😀 thanks soooo much Karen

  14. Erin says:

    yum! They look soooooooooooo real! I love ice-blocks, especially in summer!

  15. Gwyn says:

    Cool idea!! I’m going to do this with my nieces this weekend!

  16. Jen says:

    This is so cute! I love it! I am really excited about this 100 days of doll play! This is a great quick and easy craft. I cant believe that I never thought of this before! Thanks Karen and thanks Char for all the fun on your page! I look forward to sumer with the dolls.
    Char- How did you get your London Girl doll? Did your order from their website?

  17. Brinley says:

    aww thats really cute!

  18. What a wonderful group of comments to wake up to this morning, thank you to Char for answering the questions for me. For The outfit Chrissa is wearing I made it. I made the Shorts that Olivia is wearing and a friend made the bathing suit, My London Girl shirt is one my sister brought back and I got My My London Dolls from my sisters, One sister was visiting London and one Sister had a friend bring one back for me. They will not yet send to the USA as the Dolls are available in the USA under a different name. Their is a company called who sell these dolls as Gali Girls in the USA. I love them all So weather you have a My London Girl doll or a Gali Girl or any 18 inch doll this craft will work for them too!

    I hope everyone has fun making this craft! I look forward to creating next weeks to share with you!

  19. Oh and the blonde doll shown is Bella, Olivia stayed inside for the photo shoot. LOL I have Olivia, Grace and Bella. My London Girl dolls

  20. Ashly says:

    Cute craft! I am so excited about the 100 days of doll play. And I’m really happy that you can use a variety of materials to make the Frozen Treats. So if you don’t have foam you can use paper or felt. Or vise versa. This craft is awesome. Thanks Char and Karen for doing these fun crafts.

  21. Laurie says:

    This is so cute, Karen! I just love all your crafts!

  22. Ava says:

    This looks really cute and easy!

  23. caroline says:

    wow, i always love the crafts here!

  24. Alicia says:

    that doll on the far right in that photo with the blond hair and the blue eyes that looks like a doll i got on ebay a very very long time ago, what company does it come from?

  25. Alicia, she is made in China and marketed under several names around the world.

  26. rebeka says:

    so cool you could also make them using clay just stick in stick and push clay around it oh i am getting a
    blog next saturdy called bebedolls stop come other to order some relly cool doll tees and make some food

  27. We had fun making these cut popsicles, and it looks great with the girls!
    It is always fun to be able to make food as a craft with my daughter, she decided on strawberry and grape!
    thanks so much for all the cool crafts!

  28. Char says:

    You are so welcome!

  29. Kaitlyn Y. says:

    I did this earlier today but I used straws instead of popsicle sticks. They looked cute too, though!

  30. Madison says:

    i think i might do the craft today

  31. Madison says:

    can i just cut something like toothpicks?

  32. Char says:

    Madison – that’s what I did