Enjoy the holiday season this year with a fun homemade Christmas decoration! This festive Popsicle stick craft window is easy to make with just a few simple materials. Get the kids making their own holiday decorations to hang on the tree or in the classroom. Christmas time is a fun opportunity for craft projects and handmade ornaments with kids.
MAKE A POPSICLE STICK CRAFT WINDOW
HOMEMADE WINDOW DECORATIONS
Get ready to add this simple Popsicle stick star craft to your Christmas activities this season. While you’re at it, make sure to check out some of our other fun Popsicle Stick Crafts.
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Our simple Christmas activities are designed with you, the parent or teacher, in mind! Easy to set up, quick to do, most activities will take only 15 to 30 minutes to complete and are heaps of fun! Plus, our supplies lists usually contain only free or cheap materials you can source from home!
POPSICLE STICK CRAFT
YOU WILL NEED:
- Patterned scrapbook paper
- Green construction paper
- Star sticker
- Craft sticks
HOW TO MAKE A POPSICLE STICK CRAFT WINDOW
STEP 1: Cut out a square of patterned scrapbook paper.
Tip: You may want to cut all the paper pieces out beforehand if you are doing this activity with a big group of kids.
STEP 2: Cut out four triangles and glue them to the scrapbook paper to make a Christmas tree.
STEP 3: Top the Christmas tree with a star sticker.
STEP 4: Now form a window pane with craft Popsicle sticks by gluing two sticks into a cross, then adding a frame with four more craft sticks.
STEP 5: Now glue the scrapbook paper to the back of the window frame.
Now you have one cute Popsicle stick craft ready to decorate the house with this season!
MORE FUN CHRISTMAS CRAFTS
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- 3D Christmas Tree
- LEGO Christmas Ornaments
- Christmas Toddler Craft
- Reindeer Ornaments
- Christmas Wreath
- Christmas Tree Craft
MAKE A POPSICLE STICK WINDOW THIS HOLIDAY SEASON!
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