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Some colorful popsicle sticks, hot glue, and rope can transform into a fun DIY bird house. Grab your little ones and have some fun with this craft.

Babble Editors Embrace your inner Snow White and bring birds to your backyard with this adorable DIY Popsicle Bird House. Grab some colorful popsicles, hot glue, and start building! Let your little ones help you create this fun craft.

Popsicle stick crafts are so popular because they’re inexpensive, fun and make cute things.

21 Awesome Popsicle Stick Crafts

20 Awesome Popsicle Stick Crafts Popsicle stick crafts are so popular because they’re inexpensive, fun and make cute things. Should you love arts and crafts you will love our website!

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How to DIY Popsicle Stick House

Here is a cute idea to build a little house with popsicle sticks. You can use it as a nice table decor or a pet house for small pets such as hamsters. To me, this is a hamster toy rather than a house, where it can run …

Popsicle sticks are an incredibly versatile craft material and kids can come up with some amazing creations using them. In case you find yourself with an afternoon to fill and an abundance of craft sticks, here are a few fun and creative ways to use them!

30+ Creative Popsicle Stick Crafts for Kids

Popsicle sticks are an incredibly versatile craft material and kids can come up with some amazing creations using them. In case you find yourself with an afternoon to fill and an abundance of craft sticks, here are a few fun and creative ways to use them!

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The trusty lollipop stick is one of the first things we turn to when coming up with craft creations for kiddies.

Yaratıcı Projeler: Stick Art

Rainbow colored leprechaun trap made from Popsicle sticks. *The big girl LOVED this!

Leaf imprint.

DIY Leaf print for cards: Place a fresh leaf in between a sheet of paper and a paper towel. Tap it with a hammer and it leaves the outline of the leaf.

Oruga convertirse en una mariposa del arte los niños TUTORIALES

We would read the book The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. After reading the story we would each create our own caterpillar craft. Along with this craft the class would learn and discuss the life cycle of a caterpillar.

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