Oh Christmas Tree and Popsicle Crafts for Christmas Break #crafty #DIY

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27 thoughts on “Oh Christmas Tree and Popsicle Crafts for Christmas Break #crafty #DIY”

  1. Those turned out cute. I made the Christmas tree and star with my kids a few years ago, still have them and they are on our tree.

    1. They were such simple, easy crafts and it was fun to be sitting around the dining room table doing these with the family!

  2. Those are such cute little crafts! I love doing stuff like this for the holidays. It’s so much fun to sit around with the kids and make up little decorations like this.

  3. These would be so fun to make with my small nieces and nephews! I’ll have to stock up on the sticks for their next visit!

  4. This is a lot of fun! You know, I prefer DIY decor than having to buy stuff, it’s cheaper and more fun because the kids love helping out. These are great ideas!

  5. Oh these are super cute! We love doing crafts, especially around the holidays so this will be something we need to do!

  6. These are some cute crafts! I remember making similar ones growing up along with snow globes, etc. Always made it a tradition.

  7. This is a cool family project for the holidays that I know the kids will enjoy. I like idea of making a Christmas trees using popsicle sticks. I’d probably want to try and make a house out of one.

  8. There are so many fun crafts to do with Popsicle sticks. I will ave to start planning some activities to make some new Christmas ornaments.

  9. Cute idea, but I can’t believe its getting to be the time of year when we’ll begin to think about Christmas crafts! Where has the year gone?

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