This Easy Popsicle Stick Craft will be the perfect project to make with your kids this Easter.
I bet whoever invented the concept of frozen ice on a stick didn't think that the popsicle/craft sticks would and could be used for so many other things, like labeling a garden, using as a spoon, or making awesome kids crafts. What a genius invention. I like to use sticks for homemade popsicles like my Rainbow Party Ice Pops, to mix paint, or make homemade beauty products. That means I always have a ton of popsicle sticks in our craft drawer and popsicle stick crafts are something my son and I love to make.
This Easter Chick Popsicle Stick Craft is so cute! My favorite part is the yellow fleece backing so it actually feels like soft baby chick. A great sensory project for little hands! You could add another stick onto the bottom of the chick to make it a puppet, or stick it into a plant to display for Easter. Make one for yourself and let your imagination run wild!
How to make an Easter Chick Popsicle Stick Craft
- jumbo popsicle sticks
- yellow craft paint
- yellow fleece or felt
- yellow feathers
- orange card stock
- foam paint brush
- googly eyes
- hot glue gun/hot glue
- Lay out an old newspaper or scrap paper, paint your craft sticks yellow, and let dry.
- Glue 3 craft sticks together in a triangle shape.
- Glue your triangle onto a piece of yellow fleece and trim off any excess from the sides.
- Hot glue one googly eye on each side of the craft stick triangle towards the top.
- Cut a diamond shape from your orange paper, fold in half, and hot glue the back to the middle of the fleece with the point facing down.
- Then glue 3 feathers onto the top of the triangle and you've got yourself a little baby chick.
What's your favorite way to use popsicle/craft sticks? Let us know in the comment section below!
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