The holidays can be a busy time of the year and I wanted to share with you these Christmas Popsicle Stick Craft activities for kids. These cute Christmas popsicle sticks make great ornaments or even gifts for your child to give to family or friends. There are 7 patterns to choose from. You can create one or all of them this Christmas.
Christmas Popsicle Stick Craft Activities for Kids
Crafting is a great hands-on experience for the kids. While crafting supplies can get expensive, making these Christmas Popsicle stick patterns are fairly inexpensive. I’ve seen quite a few supplies that you can even pick up from Dollar Tree, even though items are now $1.25 each.
You will need the following supplies:
- Popsicle Sticks
- 3 Red Circular Items to Put on the Wreath (buttons, red hots, construction paper)
- 1 Red Square for Reindeer’s Nose
- Small Nails
- Clear Fishing Line
How to Build a Christmas Popsicle Stick Christmas Tree
Follow the pattern to create your very own popsicle stick Christmas tree. Simply use a pencil and ruler to mark where you need to cut the popsicle stick. Then color each one or decorate it the way you want it.
How to Build a Christmas Popsicle Stick Candy Cane
Follow the pattern for making this candy cane popsicle stick craft for Christmas. Don’t forget to use a pencil and ruler to cut the popsicle stick to the correct size. Then color or decorate. You can even add a small hole in the top of the candy cane and add clear fishing line if you want to turn it into an ornament for your tree.
How to Build a Christmas Popsicle Stick Reindeer
The reindeer is fairly simple to make and is perfect for beginners. Simply follow the pattern using your ruler and pencils to mark where you need to cut the popsicle stick. Then color or decorate your popsicle stick. Finally, add your eyes and nose.
How to Build Christmas Popsicle Sticks Wreath
You can’t have Christmas without the traditional Christmas wreath. To make this festive wreath simply follow our pattern above. Then use your pencil and ruler to make a straight line where the cuts will be. Next, carefully use the scissors to cut the popsicle stick. Again, you can use a hammer and nail to add a small hole to the top of the wreath. Then use clear fishing line to make your ornament.
How to Build Christmas Popsicle Stick Snowflake
This is another simple pattern for beginners and doesn’t require cutting popsicle sticks. Simply glue the popsicle sticks together according to the pattern. Then decorate your snowflake. Again, you can even turn this into an ornament too.
How to Build Christmas Popsicle Stick Santa Hat
How to Build a Christmas Present
Opening gifts on Christmas day is one of my favorite childhood memories growing up. The Christmas Popsicle Stick present is another great one for beginners to make. Simply use a pencil and scissors to cut the popsicle sticks to the current size. Then glue everything together. Don’t forget the clear fishing line to turn your present into an ornament.
Try these 7 fun Christmas-themed popsicle sticks for the kids to make this Christmas. DIY ornaments or crafts are a great gift to give too!
Download the Christmas Popsicle Stick Craft Activities for Kids Here.
Have you ever made Christmas Popsicle Stick Crafts with your kids?
14 thoughts on “7 Christmas Popsicle Stick Craft Activities for Kids”
These are awesome crafts. They will be perfect for the grandbabies.
I love these. I’ll have to save this for next year. I’m sure my kids will have fun with these.
These are so cute! Definitely want to make them with my niece and nephew this Christmas! 🙂
These are so ccreative. I love them. My favorite is the Candy cane
Such a fun and easy activity for kids. It is nice to have some ideas to keep little ones busy in the wintertime.
These crafts look easy for kids to make. I will have to share with my niece for her two sons to make.
Sharing on my Christmas Facebook page! I love these and someone needs to know this for next year!
These would be so cute for kids to do on a pajama day at school watching the Polar Express. Thanks for sharing!
How fun are these ideas! My kids love doing crafts like this for the holidays
My kids always enjoyed fun crafts like these. Next year I’ll have to try making these with my granddaughter.
Oh my! These are so cute! I’m sure my kids would love this so much. This is so perfect!
This is so perfect for Christmas I’m sure my niece would enjoy this when they see it!
My cousin’s babies will love them for sure. I am going to share it with them
These are so simple but they look great! Would suit kids as young as 3 and as old as 7 or 8!