This popsicle stick name frame craft is easy to do and will be popular with your kids. The other day we received a package from Craft Project Ideas. Their products sell in Walmart. In the package we received the jumbo popsicle sticks and foam sticker letters. When I saw those, I immediately thought of this craft. We have done the monochromatic painting on top of letters in our family purpose statement craft, which was part of my inspiration. The same day we received the package we were having a couple friends over, and I thought this would be a fun craft to keep all the kids entertained. I had mostly preschool age kids that day, but elementary age kids would enjoy this craft too.
The jumbo craft sticks and a glue gun will be used to create the frame structure. This is the portion of the craft that I did without the children’s help. Simply use two sticks per side of the frame. When using a hot glue gun, it only takes moments to dry. I recommend prepping all of your frames prior to beginning the crafts with the kids.
The final step is to use craft paint to paint over the entire frame and letters. A couple of the kids needed me to help reach all the crevices with paint. I smoothed it out with long paint strokes too.
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