Amazing Stuff to Make with Popsicle Sticks



1 Flower Vase or Lamp. Flower Vase or Lamp: I am working outside of my home state.At the end of this month I am going to my home.So I thought if I gift something to my mother she will be very happy. My mom loves flowers for decorating the house.So I thought if I make a flower vase it will be great thing to gift her.At the same time I saw the glue contest in the contest page which inspired me even more to make this beautiful flower vase.When I was in school , I loved making craft with Popsicle sticks and straws .During holidays I used to make variety of crafts along with my sister.In this instructable I will describe how you can make a beautiful flower vase within an hour.At the end I have also explained how you can modify the same flower basket to make a vintage style lamp and some tricks on Popsicle sticks craft. (via deba168)

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2 Barn

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Barn: These easy-to-make wood crafts will have both you and your little ones creating animals out of wooden clothespins and train tracks out of Popsicle sticks. Time to start crafting! (via Parents)

3 Abacus

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Abacus: Countries all around the world have been using the abacus for thousands of years to make math easier. Have your kid make his own abacus to practice arithmetic. (via Education.com)

4 Farm Animals

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Farm Animals: Craft stick crafts are fun for kids as they can be turned into just about anything. Make adorable barnyard farm animals and other great craft stick crafts! (via Crafts by Amanda)

5 Stick Bombs

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Stick Bombs: Find fun learning activities for preschoolers, kindergartners, and older kids. Add a little fun and adventure into learning math, literacy, art, and science skills! (via PBS)

6 Stick Play Mat


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Stick Play Mat: Its so important to have a good list of rainy day activities for kids in my opinion, especially living in the UK where it rains a lot! Over the last year (via Let’s Do Something Crafty)

7 Coasters

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Coasters: The popsicle stick coasters are so cheap and they look great! (via Reciclodina)

8 Cat Craft

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Cat Craft: Cat craft, leaves, and turkeys. (via Mama Smiles)

9 Bracelets

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Bracelets: Detailed photo tutorial on how to make craft stick bracelets, with three decorating options: washi tape, embroidery thread and paint (via MollyMooCrafts)

10 Fairy Door

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Fairy Door: Make a wee fairy door, and invite a touch of fairy magic into your garden. (via Danya Banya)

11 Alphabet Flower Garden

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Alphabet Flower Garden: Here’s a spring-inspired alphabet activity that provides an opportunity for children to play and interact with ABC’s! (via Buggy and Buddy)

12 Picture Frames

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Picture Frames: Sticker picture frames: an easy project using craft sticks (via The Pleasantest Thing)

13 Initial Plaque

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Initial Plaque (via Creative Family Fun)

14 Stick Fencing

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Stick Fencing: Make some fencing for your small world farm play activity! Part of the #simpleplay series. (via Powerful Mothering)

15 Tree House

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Tree House: High up on a branch, a tree hotel made of popsicle sticks is the perfect structure to add to your stick village. (via Martha Stewart)

16 Bird Feeders

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Bird Feeders: I was recently asked to host an Elmer’s X-TREME craft party at my house. My mission, should I choose to accept it, was to build bird houses using wood, and after I accepted my mission, I was advised that a mystery product also needed to be used, and I could choose glitter or buttons. Pre-party I attempted to build a bird house for the first time out of popsicle sticks and an hour later still not being finished I realized that this plan had disaster written all over it. After all, I had invited 4 and 5 year old children over…. (via Create-Celebrate-Explore)

17 Magnets

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Magnets (via Pure and Noble)

18 Fun Football Game

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Fun Football Game: When I was a kid we always used to play paper football using a folded up square of paper and hands as goal posts. In the spirit of the upcoming Super Bowl, I thought it would be fine to DIY a lightly more sophisticated version for kiddos (or football-loving adults!). This craft only a few (via Momtastic)

19 Popsicle Stick Herb Garden Labels

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Popsicle Stick Herb Garden Labels (via Oh So Lovely)

20 Kazoo

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Kazoo (via Craft Club)

21 Chandelier

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Chandelier: Creativity Tip: Find inspiration from the materials you used from your previous projects. I have realized that this is the reason why I’ve been having a good DIY streak. From the doily mobile I mad… (via Bored and Crafty)

22 Baskets

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Baskets (via ikat bag)

23 Clock

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Clock (via Hip House Girl)

24 Easels

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Easels (via ikat bag)

25 Battery Organizer and Dispenser

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Battery Organizer and Dispenser: As I was going through all of my batteries and other stuff trying to find two AAA batteries that just wouldn’t come out, I thought, Why not make a battery organizer to organize all of my batteries in an orderly fashion? So I set out to make it and thought, Why not make it out of Popsicle sticks? and add it to my new series of instructables, Popsicle stick hacks. So I did, and this will be The second one in the series right after my Popsicle stick bender, which can be found here. So, here is my second Popsicle stick hack. (via pucksurfer)

26 Starburst Mirror

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Starburst Mirror (via The Happier Homemaker)

27 Food Picks

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Food Picks: Your home for all things Design. Home Tours, DIY Project, City Guides, Shopping Guides, Before & Afters and much more (via Design Sponge)

28 Paper Popsicle Memory Game

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Paper Popsicle Memory Game: Style inspiration, D.I.Y & free stationery printables for parties, entertaining, weddings, the home, gifts, food, fashion & more, created by Amy Moss. (via Eat Drink Chic)

29 Popsicle Stick House

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Popsicle Stick House: Made by gluing together Popsicle sticks, this post-ice-pop house is the perfect craft for kids to make. (via Martha Stewart)

30 Wind Chimes

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Wind Chimes: These easy-to-make wood crafts will have both you and your little ones creating animals out of wooden clothespins and train tracks out of Popsicle sticks. Time to start crafting! (via Parents)

31 Moveable Craft Stick Puppets

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Moveable Craft Stick Puppets: Turn family and pet photos into fun moveable craft stick puppets for impromptu puppets shows – a simple craft for kids involving photography, cutting, gluing and limitless storytelling. Best family fun. (via MollyMooCrafts)

32 Stick Canvas

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Stick Canvas (via Baby Jungle)

33 Homemade Popsicle Stick Loom

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Homemade Popsicle Stick Loom: Kids can learn so much when taking part in weaving activities and crafts. Keep on reading to find out how to make your own weaving loom for kids using popsicle sticks! (via Buggy and Buddy)

34 Stick Wreath

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Stick Wreath: Is it wreath season yet? Luckily the answer is yes! DIY wreaths are something I make every year near the holidays and I’m always on the lookout for fun wreath ideas. I also knew this Craft Stick Wreath would be a great way to put our funky Dip Dyed Craft Sticks to good aesthetic use! (via Babble Dabble Do)

35 Truck

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Truck: Make a truck from leftover (or store-bought) popsicle sticks with this idea from Martha Stewart. (via Martha Stewart)

36 Stick Picture Puzzle

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Stick Picture Puzzle: This popsicle stick puzzle is a great kids crafts for Father’s Day coming up. It’s really simple to make with your kids as a Father’s Day gift and fits nicely inside a normal size envelope as well. Keep reading to find out how to help your kids make one! Supplies: Popsicle Sticks (plain or (via Momtastic)

37 Stick Basket

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Stick Basket: One time a long long time ago, at a summer camp I learned to make a basket out of popsicle sticks. While it may look time consuming it only takes about 45 min for a first timer and less than 30 minutes if you made a few. Once completely dry it is surprisingly strong. (via trooperrick)

38 Velcro Dot Sticks

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Velcro Dot Sticks: popsicle stick projects is a simple way to keep the kids busy while encouraging and building upon creative use and learning. popsicle stick projects teach shapes, encourage free play and imagination! (via Powerful Mothering)

39 Pencil Holder

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Pencil Holder: My daughter has made these Popsicle / craft stick pencil holders as end of the year teacher gifts the last two years and was very proud to see that her kindergarten teacher still uses it. This also makes a great “back to school” craft, whether your child goes to school outside the home or has homeschool. (via Naturally Educational)

40 Stick Harmonica

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Stick Harmonica (via Housing a Forest)

41 Wax Paper Lantern

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Wax Paper Lantern (via artsy-fartsy mama)

42 Rainbow Flower Vase

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Rainbow Flower Vase: In this blog I will show you how I made this colorful desktop flower pot for less than $5. (via Bits4Bots)

43 Pendant

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Pendant (via Misako Mimoko)

44 Wooden Helix Vase

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Wooden Helix Vase (via The Cheese Thief)

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Train Tracks: These easy-to-make wood crafts will have both you and your little ones creating animals out of wooden clothespins and train tracks out of Popsicle sticks. Time to start crafting! (via Parents)

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