Drawing with sticks for kids

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I don’t know why they even sell crafts sticks. Now when I want to build a house out of Popsicle sticks, my Mom will buy a big box of crafts sticks. That isn’t how I like to do things around here. I like to eat an entire box of Fudgesicles or Creamsicles. Well, now that I have an entire box of craft sticks, I might as well make some crafts with them.

Where can I get some ideas? White Glue watered down a bit, and brush. Lay 10 sticks closely side by side in an even row. Lay the other 10 sticks going the opposite direction across the first row.

4″ away from the scalloped edge of the first row. This craft is for older children and teensor with a little parental help, younger children can do the 2nd part of this craft. 8″ diameter, long-nosed pliers, shellac, brush, and 24″ wire. 16″ from end and another hole 2″ from the first. Be sure holes in each stick are exactly the same distance apart.

These frames are super cute and really easy to make. 4 inches square piece of cardboard. Glue a stick on the right and left side of the picture. Then glue a stick to the top and bottom. Now glue a popsicle stick to the left and right againand then to the top and bottom.

Do this as many times as you wantthe finished frame should look like the illustration b above. Lay 12 crafts sticks side by side and then attach them to eachother with rows of Scotch tape. Cut out a piece of cardboard that is the same size as the rows of popsicle sticks. Place the popsicle sticks, tape down, on top of the glued cardboard. Put something heavy on top of the popsicle sticks. Detailed Popsicle Stick Crafts – Who would think that with simple crafts sticks, you can make such a beautiful piece of art – this intricate basket. Make an Egg Head Planter – This egg head planter has feet made of popsicle sticks.

Find out how to make it by following the above link. The base is made up from popsicle sticks. Popsicle Stick Trinket Box – You can make this popsicle stick trinket box for holding little things – called trinkets This trinket box makes for a great gift for someone special or keep it for yourself. Peeping Groundhogs Craft Activity with Popsicle Stick – Make this cute craft which shows the groundhog peeping out of his burrow as you celebrate ground hog day. How to Make Hanukkah Decorations Star Ornaments – Make this adorable Hanukkah star with some Popsicle sticks and glitter glue. Popsicle Stick Christmas Ornaments – Learn how to turn a popsicle stick into a beautiful Christmas Ornament. Viking Ships with Popsicle Stick Prow- Learn how to make this viking ship out of real wood, toothpick oars, cork shields, and popsicle stick prow.