My kids love doing popsicle stick crafts. This year they wanted to decorate the tree but I wanted to do something I could hang sound the house after Christmas so that's why we chose popsicle stick snowflakes. I can hang them around the house until at least March right?! So here is our Popsicle Stick Snowflake Craft it was a great way to get the kids distracted during the holiday break!
Super Fun & Easy DIY Popsicle Stick Snowflake Craft
We have a craft cabinet where I keep all sorts of supplies at the ready for craft time. You can have a plastic box tucked away in a closet and pull out when the kids are out of school. How ever you do it I suggest having popsicle sticks on hand always. There are some amazing crafts you can do with them!
I like getting my popsicle sticks on Amazon you can get over a 1,000 of them for less than $10 or a few hundred for less than $5! This will last us maybe a year with 5 kids if encourage them to do other crafts too. But they always seem to drift back to popsicle stick even when I offered them edible slime!
While I used blue or white paint to match the snow color you really can use any colors to match your Christmas tree. I like to keep an assortment of acrylic paints on hand for any craft I am doing.
We used all different color sequins but using all silver on a blue snowflake would be really pretty, or blue on blue. Again you can match your colors to any dress decorations or home decor.
When Christmas is over and we pack up our tree we take our Popsicle Stick Snowflake Crafts and hang on them along the walls between photos, down the hall, in windows, basically where ever the kids want to show them off. They fit great as winter decor and I love having a little extra sparkle in the house!
Don't forget to make it your own and have fun! Now on to the craft!
Items Needed for Popsicle Stick Snowflake Craft
Acrylic paint, white or light blue
Clear School Glue (or hot glue)
Ribbon, or string
Directions for Popsicle Stick Snowflake Craft
Takes 4 popsicle sticks and form a star with the popsicle sticks but making a ‘+' sign then and ‘X' on top of it. Glue the popsicle sticks in place and let dry completely.
Next, paint the sticks with the color of your choice, we used the light blue to give them a little more depth. We used Sky Blue by Apple Barrel. Make sure to paint both the front and the back and then let dry completely.
Glue the sequins on in a pattern form or get creative and make up your own design. Again let dry completely.
Attach a ribbon or string to the back for hanging.
I suggest letting dry overnight before hanging on your tree.
- Popsicle Sticks
- Sequins ( you can find buckets at Walmart)
- Acrylic paint, white or light blue
- Clear School Glue (or hot glue)
- Ribbon, or string
- Hot Glue Gun (optional)
- Takes 4 popsicle sticks and form a star with the popsicle sticks but making a '+' sign then and 'X' on top of it. Glue the popsicle sticks in place and let them dry completely.
- Next, paint the sticks with the color of your choice, we used a light blue to give them a little more depth. We used Sky Blue by Apple Barrel. Make sure to paint both the front and the back and then let dry completely.
- Glue the sequins on in a pattern form or get creative and make up your own design. Again let dry completely.
- Attach a ribbon or string to the back for hanging.
- I suggest letting it dry overnight before hanging it on your tree.