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"Summer Social" Guest Project — Make Otter Pop Summer Gifts with free printable!!

Hi everyone! 

I’m Stephanie from Somewhat Simple and I am here today to show you a simple idea that will spread some smiles to the recipients! Give them to neighbors, friends, the girls you visit teach etc.

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Otter Pop Gift Idea with Printable

Items Needed:
  • OtterPops
  • Pen or Marker
  • Ribbon Embellishments (buttons, rhinestones, silk flowers etc.)
  • Hole Punch Lighter or Match
  • Glue Stick
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Card Stock
  • ..and this printable:



1. Print out the printable to your desired size and then cut them out. Also, cut out some card stock.
2.Glue the printable to the card stock.

3. Tie a small bundle of Otter Pops together with a ribbon. Burn the edges of the ribbon to avoid fraying. 4.Punch a small hole in the corner of each card and slide a small ribbon inside. Burn the edges of the ribbon to avoid fraying.

5. Tie the card onto the bundles of Otter Pops.
6. Hot Glue an embellishment to the center of the ribbons on each bundle.

7. Sign your name to the card.
8. Hand them out!
Simple and cute, just the way I like it!
Have a great day everyone!!!
What a fun Summertime idea Steph!! 

My girls are going to love that!!! 

If you don’t know Somewhat Simple, you need to check out Steph’s ideas!!

Mom I’m Bored Jar and Ideas!!

And check out her Summer of Service series — I love this!!

Plus, she has a fun link party — Strut Your Stuff on Thursdays!!

And look at the sweet addition Steph just added to her family. Mason is a little bit early, and isn’t he the sweetest??

Congratulations Steph!!!! 

Head over to Somewhat Simple and give Steph a big TT&J hello!!! 


PS — Come over and join me in the International Coffee talk community. We’re discussing all sorts of topics that relate to women. It’s a great place to connect with people!!


  1. What a cute idea. Would this be corny to take to my new neighbors…? (We just moved into a new home)

  2. Kadbury says:

    what a cute idea! I want to make those and take them over to our new neighbors : )
    i just realized I'm going to have to comment every time you post to get on your Top 10 Commenters list… but that's a commitment I'm willing to make ; )
    I'm off to check out Stephanie's blog ~ thanks for introducing another great crafty blogger!


  3. terbear287 says:

    I totally fell in love with your idea for the Mom I'm bored Jar. Made mine today and posted it on my blog.


    Thanks for the great idea. Can't wait to put my creation to work. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

  4. Charlene says:

    What a cute idea! We don't call them "Otter" pops here where I live, in fact I had to ask another blogger mom what she meant when she first posted about otter pops hah. Love the idea though!!

  5. That is such a cute idea! What a beautiful baby boy!

  6. UnikeByYes says:

    Love this idea, I know a bunch of people that will love receiving one! :) TFS

  7. Twenty's Girl says:

    What a sweet post!! Love the idea! it's so simple and cute!! thank you for sharinggg!! XOXO

  8. Mary Beth says:

    What a 'sweet' idea…it's so nice to give little gifts.

    Your baby is beautiful ~ congratulations. : )

  9. What a very cool idea!

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  10. Kelli @ RTSM says:

    This is such a cute idea! We don't really call them Otter Pops down south though so I don't know if people would get the printable…but I think it's an awesome idea even without the printable:)

  11. We love Otter Pops (who doesn't?) so this would be a perfect summertime gift!