Inexpensive Icing Bag Holder

It’s about summertime which means that you should start your bathing suit diet, planning for summer vacation, and keeping an eye out for these…

No, this isn’t turning into a popsicle blog.  Believe it or not, these things make the best icing holders!

So far, I own three of these gems and I plan snagging a few more.  I often find them at grocery and dollar stores and big box stores like Target and Walmart.  Once, I even got lucky and found one sans sticks {which is fine with me} at a second hand store!

Speaking of second hand stores, that’s where I found this lazy Susan/makeup brush organizer thing.  IT ALSO makes a great icing bag holder, and it spins!

All of these cost around a dollar and they work better than more expensive icing holders like THIS and THIS.

You can keep your tips clear by adding damp paper towels to the bottom, or if you REALLY want to go green, cut up an old t-shirt or dishcloth and reuse the strips.  Cleanup is as easy as rinsing the holder and throwing the strips into the wash with your icing towels.

This is a tried and true tip that REALLY works.  No more monopolizing every glass in the house for a cookie project!

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I hope everyone has a great weekend.  See ya Monday!

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  1. 41
    Nancy says:

    Oh, my gosh! Great idea!!!

  2. 42
    Laurel says:

    Callye, will you measure the thingies? I bought a couple of these but I’m not sure the little cavities are long enough.

  3. 43

    OMG! I pinned this…fabulous idea!

  4. 44

    Great double duty tips!

  5. 45
    Alicia says:

    I had been looking for these Pop molds for a couple of weeks, I finally got them at Walmart.What a deal only a dollars. Great idea Ty

  6. 46
    Fiona Ho says:

    How long can these icing be stored for? Can I freeze them? or do i have to use it all in 1 go?

  7. 47
    Tina Bonam says:

    This is an awesome web site. :) Great ideas.

  8. 48
    ELVIA says:

    linda sra tengo una confuncion veo que mete el royal icing envuelto eso en que caso se hace es para el borde pero cuando si he vista que hacer bordes con royal flojo, eso es lo que no entiendo

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    Karen Manasco says:

    I cannot believe the number of times I’ve had a question about cookies, and every single time, I find YOU in a Google search. This is exactly the information I was looking for this morning, thank you so much! The wet cloth in the bottom of a popsicle mold? Seriously, I think I love you!

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