I Scream for Ice Cream
Chocolate chip, vanilla, strawberry frozen yogourt, Bovinity Divinity, Makin’ Whoopee Pie, the list goes on (and on).
A good old fashioned trip to the ice cream store with the kids will never go out of style, no matter how outrageous the flavours get.
One thing that does not change is that kids end up wearing half of the beloved frozen treat much to the dismay of mothers around the globe (thus the screaming part).
DripStik was invented by a mom of five children (no dip stick) who has cleaned up her fair share of sticky fingers and chins.
The design of the Dripstik catches sticky drips from ice cream cones, any type or size. Flip it over and the Dripstik holds popsicles and ice cream bars, handily catching those messy drips too.
Elderly and disabled persons will also find ease with the Dripstik as it stabilizes their snack and prevents spills.
Our Savvy Scouts thought they would be handy on long car trips when that stop for ice cream is an important diversion. So keep them in the glove compartment or stroller for when the craving hits.
No more sticky fingers or chocolate (purple, red…) stains on t’s.
We think happy faces, full tummies and fewer tantrums are worth the $4 investment to avoid the hugely traumatic scoop-falls-off-cone-kid-wants-to-lick-the-pavement experience.
Available online at CheekyMonkey