- 2 cups blue Powerade, Gatorade, or Kool-Aid
- 12 5-ounce disposable cups
- 1 cup frozen whipped topping
- 1 cup vanilla yogurt
- 12 craft sticks
- 2 cups cran-raspberry juice
- To make the pops, equally divide the blue juice among the plastic cups, then place the cups in the freezer until the juice is partially frozen, about 30 to 45 minutes.
- Mix together the whipped topping and yogurt and divide this mixture among the cups.
- Set a craft stick in the center of each pop and return the cups to the freezer for approximately 45 minutes.
- For the final layer, add the cran-raspberry juice to the cups and place them in the freezer until solid.
- To remove the pops, run warm water over the outside of each cup.
This recipe is courtesy of Family Fun Magazine.
The craft for today are Fireworks Shirts.
- Plain T-shirt
- Glittery fabric paint
- Paper plate
- Pipe cleaners
- Start by placing a few sheets of newspaper inside a plain T-shirt.
- Pour one or more colors of glittery fabric paint onto a paper plate.
- Create a stamp (for each color paint) to print fireworks: arrange four pipe cleaners in a bunch, pinch the center, then bend all eight ends over your thumb and twist them together a few times, forming a loop. Spread apart the ends and bend up the tips, as shown.
- To use the stamp, dip it into the paint so that it's evenly coated and press it firmly onto the fabric.
- Once you've finished your design, allow the paint to dry thoroughly, and refer to the paint manufacturer's directions before laundering the shirt.
This craft is courtsey of Family Fun Magazine.