Another Popsicle Stick House

I’m still loving these little popsicle sticks, and made a variation of my other house project I posted. This one has a more vertical, paneled look instead of the horizontal, log cabin look.

1. These little popsicle sticks I found at JoAnn Fabric’s, and are about 2 1/2″ long. I started by lining up six sticks, and cut the ends off of two more so they could be glued to the back without showing as shown in diagram 1.
2. The roof starts with a frame as shown in diagram 2. Let dry.
3. Cut progressive ends off three more sticks so they can fill in the roof as shown. Let dry.
4. Glue and attach roof to house as shown and let dry.



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  3. musicwoman2010

    I just want to say that this is a really nice popsicle house. thank you for sharing.

  4. karen

    This reminds me of when i was younger and would build stuff out of popsicle sticks. My grandfather had made a lamp out of one and i thought it was the greatest thing ever! So i made jewelry boxes and all kinds of stuff. I need to get back into some of that stuff.

  5. alecat

    What a lot of fun!
    I think we’ll set this up as an activity soon. 🙂

    Catherine (aka alecat, Australia)

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