Scarecrow Popsicle Stick Craft
This fall kids simple craft uses Elmer’s glue, a magnet, popsicle sticks, hot glue gun, and other supplies to create DiY popsicle fall scarecrow. You’ll just love this cute fall pumpkin season craft for preschoolers, I’m sure of it!
I am so excited to share today’s craft with you! This Fall Scarecrow Popsicle Stick craft came out way better than I could have imagined.
Gather up your supplies and follow these simple directions so you and your kids can make one too!
Popsicle Stick Scarecrow Supplies:
Popsicle Stick Scarecrow Instructions:
1. Line up eight small popsicle sticks in an even, vertical row. You can also use larger sticks if you want him bigger.
2. Next, glue one small popsicle stick diagonally about one inch down from the top of your scarecrow.
3. After the glue settles, paint the diagonal stick and the space above it orange.
4. Then, glue some googly eyes to his face.
5. Cut out a long triangle for his nose and glue it on.
6. For his mouth, we traced ours first with pencil and then painted it black. If you have a steady hand, you can skip penciling first.
7. For his hair, we used left over yellow grass from my daughter’s Easter basket.
Though it would also work with strips of foam or even yarn as well. Use your imagine for his lovely locks.