To make the oars I simply cut both of the ends off of the jumbo stick I used for the seats and glued them to the end of two standard craft sticks. Iv done well with 2 of your bridges so if you do get a bigger boat or something please send it to me. In order to post comments, please make sure JavaScript and Cookies are enabled, and reload the page. I also knew that like a real sailboat, this little one needed something underneath the boat to keep it from flipping over at the first spit of wind.


Eventually it will float with sails and motor with remote control along with stain and finishing, sails and more. We found that it floated pretty well, but challenge your child to figure out what would help it float even better! Use a generous amount of glue to position the eyebrow stick in between two of the standard sticks on the bottom.
I just guessed how diagonal the ends needed to be to make it easy, but I encourage you to get out a ruler and cut them exact!


I am a little surprised that I was able to make this popsicle sailboat look as like it did. I would add some more popsicle sticks sticking down underneath the boat to help stabilize it.



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