10 Fun Popsicle Sticks Crafts for Kids to Make

Be it, kids or adults, popsicles are everyone’s favorite. There is no house that doesn’t have a collection of this simple yet versatile wooden sticks. Ranging from simple bookmarks to a dollhouse, there is so much we can do with it.

Also, if you are someone who doesn’t like to keep a collection of popsicle sticks, they are easily available in the market at the cheapest price.

So, the next time your kids are bored just grab a bundle of these sticks and start making some amazing crafts out of it. For your help, here’s a list of 10 amazing popsicle sticks crafts for kids.

1. Monster

Let us start the list of popsicle sticks crafts for kids with cut popsicle stick monsters. It is one of the easiest and creative craft ideas for kids. You have to paint the popsicle sticks in different colors and use another stick at the back to join all of them together.

Use different colored craft papers to make mouth, horns, eyes, and teeth of the monster. You can later hang them up in your kid’s room. That was so easy and fun, right?

Tutorial: I Heart Arts n Crafts

2. Puzzle

Really a puzzle with popsicle sticks? Yes, it’s possible. You just need to do a little preparation before giving it to kids. First of all, take print outs of your kid’s favorite cartoons or family photos. You can even use cutouts from magazines.

Glue the popsicle sticks on the back of the printout and let it dry. Finally cut out the sticks and give it a little finishing touch. Jumble up the sticks and let your kids solve the picture puzzle. Tie up the sets using a rubber band and store it in the box for future use.

Tutorial: Mom Endeavors

3. Photo Frame

Popsicle sticks crafts for kids Frame

We all made photo frames out of sticks in school. It’s time to teach this wonderful craft to your kids as well. There are a variety of styles and designs to try with your kids. 

Once your kids have made the frames, let them decorate the way they want using different colors and decorative ornaments. Later, use the frame to put on photographs around the house. This way you can showcase your kid’s talent to everyone.

Tutorial: First Palette

4. Holder

DIY holders are everyone’s favorite. They can turn any boring spot into a colorful and interesting space. These popsicle stick holders are super-easy and fun to make. 

Give a cardboard box and help them cover it with popsicle sticks. Let them paint these sticks and decorate it the way they want. Use a ribbon or rope to hold the sticks together.

You can use it to keep your kids stationary or your office supplies or use it as a spoon and fork holder. If you want to use it as a plant vase, use a tin can instead of a cardboard box.

Tutorial: The Spruce Crafts

5. Wreath

Popsicle sticks crafts for kids

Want some amazing decorations for your door? Make some stick wreaths. It is super easy to make them and you’ll only need a few materials like popsicle sticks, paper plate, color dyes, scissors, and glue.

Depending on the age of your kid, you can decide what kind of wreath you want them to make. Use various color combinations and patterns to make it look creative. Choose some bold colors for a funky look, or colors related to the upcoming festivals or days.

Hang these wreaths on your front door or use it to decorate kid’s bedroom door.

Tutorial: Babble Dabble Do

6. Dragon Fly

dragonflies

These little dragonflies are the easiest thing kids make with a popsicle stick. You can decorate a corner of the wall with these beautiful and shiny dragonflies.

Use a wood peg for the body of the fly and glue the two popsicle sticks on it in a criss-cross manner. Use different colors and glitters to make it more beautiful and shiny. Hang them on the wall using ribbons or rope or simply stick them on the wall directly.

Tutorial: Crafty Morning

7. Air Plane

Airplane

Whether it was a toy or a plane made out of paper, everyone as a child has played with an airplane. So, today let us try making an airplane out of popsicle sticks and clothespin. 

They are so adorable that your kids will love playing with it. For this, you’ll need two different sizes of popsicle sticks. Color the clothespin and popsicle sticks and glue the big sticks on either side at the front end of the pin and a small stick at the back. Glue a button on another small stick at the put it at the front tip.

Your mini airplane is ready! 

Tutorial: One Little Project

8. Bird Feeder

Love feeding birds? Make a feeder for them today itself. A popsicle stick bird feeder is a perfect craft for a lazy weekend. Your kids will enjoy making it and it can be their duty to feed the birds daily.

Let your kids glue few popsicle sticks together using two sticks to make the base of the feeder. Make a frame around this base by alternating the popsicle sticks. They can do this until it reaches a certain height. As a parent, you can help them by attaching the rope and hanging it near the window.

Tutorial: Tonya Staab

9. Lantern

Popsicle sticks crafts for kids Lantern

This is a super cool popsicle stick craft. All you need is some wax paper, popsicle sticks, colors, and glue. Cut out the wax paper and draw or color anything you like on it. Stick this paper on each popsicle stick frames and make a square shape. Finally, add a battery light in it to finish up your lantern.

Tutorial: Artsyfartsymama

10. House

Let us end the list with a little complex yet beautiful craft idea – Stick House. Though it does not involve much of coloring part, there is more of sticking needed. But your kids will definitely love making a popsicle stick house.

Use sticks to make a house with a roof, cute windows, fence, and anything else that is possible. Add your toys to this structure to complete it. You can make many such small houses to create a village of your own.

Tutorial: Martha Stewart

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