The only supplies you absolutely need for this project are Popsicle sticks. For your green embellishments, you can keep it simple with stickers and markers or go crazy with pretty scrapbook paper and yarn. Step number one is to boil your Popsicle sticks. Most of the posts around the web say to do so for 15 - 20 minutes. However, I had the most succe... Crafts Ideas, Sticks Crafts, Cute Ideas, Kids Crafts, Diy Bracelets, Scrapbook Paper, St Patricks Day, Popsicles Sticks Bracelets, Popsicle Sticks
1 - Fold the cord, but some should be short (slightly longer than the actual length of the bracelet, and the other at least 1.30 m., which is what will become the fabric. You tie a knot, where then hook the carabiner. Then you have two ends, the short and long. For each tuck the same number of balls (and figure you, depending on the ball and the size of the bracelet). 2-3 - Hold the short end, and you rolling (out) with the long ball from one side and one from the other upwards, zigzag, up to...
Create an awesome new piece of jewelry out of a popsicle stick! We provide all the materials you need to complete your project. This program is for kids ages 10-14 and takes place on September 11 at 3:30 pm.
Cute popsicle stick flowers - I think I'm going to glue buttons in the middle, rather than glass.
Craft sticks, wooden circles, hot glue, ribbon, and paint.Spray it with Glue and sprinkle fake snow and clear glitter on it. Can do! This would look great on the front door of some one who has a snow flake themed Christmas decor!!!