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Popsicle stick crafts are a great way to keep kids busy and enjoy a little creativity with them. There are so many things that you can make, and today we’re sharing 25 super fun and simple ideas.
Grab some popsicle sticks at the craft store, or the dollar store and enjoy a fun craft day with the kids. Popsicle sticks are so inexpensive to craft with and can be painted, glued, turned into animals, and more. Let the kids’ imaginations run wild with all the fun ideas we’ve included.
This fun and colorful rainbow will be a hit with kids of all ages. Using felt and popsicle sticks, it is super simple to make. You can even add a magnet to the back so it can be hung on the refrigerator.
This kids craft is not only easy and fun to make, but the kids can arrange and rearrange their flowers by sliding them in and out of the top of their flower post again and again for a interactive activity!
These super cute arctic animal crafts are surprisingly easy to make. Plus, there are instructions for making a moose, a polar bear, a penguin and a walrus! We know the kids will love these little animals.
This cute Popsicle Stick Gingerbread House is an easy craft that you can make with kids of all ages. You can easily attach ribbon, or a pipe cleaner to hang it on the tree, or a magnet to hang it on the refrigerator.
Be sure to have them write their name and year on the back. It's always great to look back on the old kids crafts.
The best thing about a popsicle stick flag is the opportunity to teach your kids about the history of the flag while crafting. You could even paint the popsicle stick flags in all the variants of the flags we have had throughout history.
Michelle is the founder and creator of Our Crafty Mom, a DIY blog focusing on easy crafts, budget-friendly decorating, and simple recipes. She has two grown children, who inspired her blog name. She has been featured in Country Sampler Magazine, Good Housekeeping, Country Living, and more.