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  • Deborah Perry

    Popsicle Stick Puzzles-- a good kid craft. Then a learning tool!

  • Brittany Chappell

    Homemade Puzzles 1) Print out picture of choice 2) Lay on popsicle sticks, spread mod podge all over 3) Turn over and cut the glue (exacto Knife) 4) Use an elastic band to keep pieces together. GENIUS!

  • Take Back Teaching

    Homemade puzzles to help with fine motor skills

  • Susie Krug

    Homemade puzzles with craft sticks, modge podge! A really cute idea! Made several today - printed off family pictures (on regular paper, didn't have card stock....but it worked OK) & did the puzzles for grandkids - for a 'rainy' day or 'sick' day! Laid the sticks out first & put a couple of strips of scotch tape on the back to hold them in place, then flipped 'em over, applied the MP, then the picture - smoothed it out with another craft stick. 2-3 coats of MP.

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