Popsicle Sticks Santa Claus – Kids Craft

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Today I am sharing a very cute and easy kids craft for Christmas, Holidays and Winter. Making popsicle sticks Santa Claus. This Christmas craft is so much fun to make on the weekend. The popsicle sticks Santa can also become a great Christmas tree ornament. Or you can make a few and string them together to make a garland. These can also stick on the stockings and bring a handmade touch to your Christmas decorations. So many great ways to use this DIY popsicle sticks Santa.


Let me show you how it looks:


Popsicle sticks Santa


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Isn’t it adorable! And so easy for the kids to make.


A perfect weekend project!


DIY Santa Claus Craft


popsicle sticks santa claus tutorial


To make Santa; start by gluing some popsicle sticks together. Use two sticks just as wide as your entire piece and use hot glue to stick on the back.


Let it dry. And then paint the front side.


DIY popsicle sticks santa claus tutorial


You will need:


–   Felt

– 2 Cotton balls

– 7 Popsicle sticks (glued and painted)

– Googly eyes

– Pom poms

– Hot glue


Cut a triangle-shaped hat for the Santa and add pom pom to it. Stick it at the top.

Now shred the cotton balls and use glue stick to glue it at the bottom.

With the help of glue dots stick googly eyes and red pom pom.


That’s about it all.


Have fun making your own Santa Claus.



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