11 Popsicle Stick Crafts for Kids


11 Popsicle Stick Crafts for Kids

Download full instructions for easy art projects for your kids to make from Popsicle sticks!

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11 Popsicle Stick Crafts for Kids

Popsicle sticks are a classic crafting material that allows children to let their creativity grow. Download this 11 Popsicle Stick Crafts for Kids free eBook for some super fun crafts that the kids will love. As the crafting world has grown in popularity, bloggers have come up with so many innovative crafts to make using Popsicle sticks. The crafts in this eBook can be made year-round and are perfect for any age group. Whatever the crafting occasion is, you can't go wrong with good old Popsicle sticks.

Inside this free eBook, you'll find a wide variety of crafts made from Popsicle sticks. There's an entire section of Popsicle stick toys that your children will enjoy making and, later, playing with. Because holidays are a popular time for homemade crafts, there's even a section for Christmas and Halloween crafts from Popsicle sticks. This eBook has no limits when it comes to creative uses for Popsicle sticks. From easy decorative crafts to unexpected gardening ideas, your kids will just need a package of Popsicle sticks and their creative ideas!

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From the Editor...

It’s no secret that Popsicle sticks make for great crafting materials. Who would’ve thought that the stick from a sugary, frozen treat could turn into an adorable home decoration or a tiny wooden raft? I remember digging through our craft drawers when I was a kid searching for various sizes and colors of Popsicle sticks for whatever project I was planning to make. Even if I wasn’t sure what I was making, I’d just start gluing sticks together until inspiration struck.

In this free eBook, you’ll find some adorable crafts made from Popsicle sticks that you and the kids can make together, or with their friends and siblings. You can even print out this eBook and do some of these crafts on the road or while visiting a relative’s house. While the kids are visiting Grandma’s for Christmas, they can make the Ribbon Tree Homemade Christmas Ornaments found on page 28, or if it’s close to Halloween, the kids can make the Popsicle Stick Monster Men craft found on page 18. No matter the time of year, these Popsicle stick crafts will get the kids thinking creatively and, most importantly, having fun! 

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Popsicle sticks are really inexpensive. They can be purchased at the Dollar Tree.With that being said,this has some great ideas for popsicle sticks.I especially love the wreath and the football goal post pot. I will definitely try some of these with my kids. I was thinking the wreath would be nice for them to make for their teachers.


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