Popsicle Stick Crafts for Kids

During the summer, we seem to have a lot of Popsicle sticks around our house, both in the craft room as I stock up on warm-weather crafting supplies and in the kitchen from all of the delicious ice cream treats we’ve consumed! While I probably wouldn’t use a used ice cream bar stick for a craft project, I would use one of the many varieties available in the wood crafts aisle at the craft store. This week’s roundup shares a few ideas on how to put wood craft sticks of all shapes and sizes to work.

Popsicle Stick Super Heroes

What’s that in the sky?! Is it a bird? Or a plane? No, it’s a Popsicle stick super hero! Glued to My Crafts shares this quick idea that’s sure to cause many smiles in your home.

Ladybug/Dragonfly Collage Crafts

Speaking of things that fly in the sky, Inna’s Creations has another simple craft project using Popsicle sticks. It doesn’t take long to create these cute ladybugs and dragonflies!

Craft Stick Bracelets

Did you know that you can bend Popsicle sticks into a round shape? You can! Molly Moo shows you her approach for creating these bracelets as well as some ideas on how to decorate them.

Popsicle Stick Harmonicas

It’s time to get the band back together! Housing a Forest is taking colorful craft sticks and turning them into playful harmonicas that your child is sure to enjoy playing.

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