Stay Cool This Summer

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Up in Scotland, we’ve had a very rainy summer, but I’m still hoping for a heatwave while I’m on holiday next week. If you’ve got the opposite problem, here’s some cute treats you can make to cool down.


I have a Zoku slushie maker that works in minutes and got a lot of use last Summer (this year, not so much…). They also have these fun mini fish pop makers, which give you a whole gang of cute little lollies.

hello kitty

Shaved ice is a fun treat and a Hello Kitty shaved ice maker would make things easier and much cuter.

sumikko gurashi

JList have lots of cool ice cube trays from Japan including Rilakkuma and Hello Kitty, but I was very happy to see Sumikko Gurashi in there too.


And more cute lollies – this set from Tescoma makes them in the shape of bears, penguins and snowmen! These flip open and are great for pudding pops too.

Updated 2020: Most of these products are no longer available – use our guide to The Best Kawaii Shops Worldwide instead.

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  1. Blue Eyed Night Owl avatar
    Blue Eyed Night Owl

    All are adorable! But especially the adorable ice cube tray and the fish popsicles… so clever!

  2. Nancy Chay avatar
    Nancy Chay

    The fish popsicles are the best! Super cute ^_^

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