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  • Jen Grove

    Popsicle stick snowflakes, the link is in Japanese, I do believe, but the picture here is worth a thousand words. If you don't have Popsicle sticks, you can buy craft sticks at craft stores. Try to think outside the box and figure out what else might look cool, like small branches cut all the same size, or maybe small seashells that are pretty close in size. Could use as a center for preschool .. Draw snowflake patterns on paper & have kids lay sticks on top matching the drawing.

  • Angela Rueda

    Popsicle Stick Snowflakes// how cute easy and inexpensive is this?good idea to make for christmas crafts with the kids

  • mikela flamini

    Giant snowflakes using Popsicle sticks! Add a little paint and glitter before hanging them up? Sounds like a great Christmas craft idea for the kids!

  • Cheyenne Davis

    Christmas decoration idea. Popsicle stick snowflakes!

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•❈• Popsicle stick snowflakes, the link is in Japanese, I do believe, but the picture here is worth a thousand words. If you don't have Popsicle sticks, you can buy craft sticks at craft stores. Try to think outside the box and figure out what else might look cool, like small branches cut all the same size, or maybe small seashells that are pretty close in size. Have fun and Happy Pinning!

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