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These Halloween Popsicle Stick Crafts for kids are SOOOO much fun and incredibly easy for kids of any age!
I started by laying all of the popsicle craft sticks out flat on the table to the size that I wanted (this one is my pumpkin), then used Tacky Glue to add a few craft sticks on the back going the opposite way. For the Ghost Craft I just put four popsicle craft sticks next to each other, glued two craft sticks onto the back and smeared tacky glue to help reinforce it, then drew three circles on the front with my Sharpie marker. Glue an extra craft stick coming out of the bottom and turn them into puppets or yard signs. Glue them onto an old wooden or cardboard box and put your trick or treat candy in it on Halloween!
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Summer may be fading fast, but you can keep the cheerful colors around for weeks to come by letting your kids craft these sweet popsicle stick sunflowers from Boy Mama Teacher Mama.
This holds the craft sticks together, and you can smear tacky glue onto the back of the sticks with your finger to make it even sturdier.
I used a few less craft sticks than I did for the pumpkin, hand drew on the hair and mouth, then glued on googly eyes for some extra fun! Additionally, browse through our Heartfelt Holiday Series to see if you have time to add another craft project to your list this season! Join me as I journey through motherhood learning to balance work, raising kids and saving money. Join her as she journeys through motherhood balance work, raising kids and living a healthy lifestyle!
I highly recommend pre-gluing the sticks together unless you’re working with older children. I used acrylic paint to make the colors on my Halloween decor pop out but you can use paint markers, tempera paint, or even cut out squares of felt, foam or construction paper to go over the top!

As a former teacher, Litsa wears many hats that it takes to make a home a functioning home! Older kids can enjoy it too by investing a bit more time into painting details on their sunflowers. It doesn’t take long and you can process a pretty large amount of them in a short time. I used a Sharpie marker for all of my decorations but you can use paint, paint markers, felt, construction paper, pom pom balls, or anything else that you can come up with!
Join me as I journey through motherhood learning to balance work, raising kids and staying healthy. Now, your child will have another homemade simple craft to add to their personal Christmas tree.

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