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Rainbow Wind Spiral

By: Susan from storiesandchildren.com

Looking for unique popsicle stick craft ideas to keep your kids busy? Summer crafts for kids don't get any cooler than this wild and homemade decoration. The Rainbow Wind Spiral is a dazzling decorative craft for kids that will mesmerize anyone that walks in your door. In fact, it looks so great that no one will believe it didn't come from a store! These popsicle stick crafts would also make perfect cub scout activities, since everyone in the troop can help out.

Rainbow Wind Spiral
Rainbow Wind Spiral
This image courtesy of storiesandchildren.com

Materials: Wood Crafts, Mixed Media/Miscellaneous

Age Group: Preschool & Kindergarten, Elementary School, Pre-Teens

Time to complete: In an evening

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Love this Rainbow Wind Spiral pattern. We made this last year with our 4 year old Granddaughter. It took us two days to make, one day (a hour to drill the wholes), and 1 day ( to paint). We made two lovely Spirals that look great and the grand daughter loved making them. So easy to drill the wholes if you tape a few together. We used plastic yarn needles to string them. So much fun.. Thank you for posting this free project.

These were made from popsicle sticks? This is awesome!

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