Popsicle Stick Signage

Popsicle signageI’ve been experimenting with craft sticks and found they are pretty easy to cut with scissors and glue together to make your own signage. I trimmed the ends of jumbo-size sticks so they would lie flush to each other when I was making simple letters. Symmetrical letters worked well this way, such as the “A” and the “Y”. Others like the “T” and “H” I overlapped to make the glueing easier. When the letters were flush, I glued little pieces of stick to the backsides as shown in the back photo. Lastly, I glued all the letters to one long strand of sticks I had layered together. I recommend using craft glue; it’s thicker and dries faster.

8 Responses

  1. Connie

    Just yesterday I was trying to think what I could do with the plethera of popsicle sticks I have at school. EXCELLENT idea!! Great first day of class project!! Love it!

    Peace & Love.

  2. So much fun!
    :) tina

  3. This is a fabulous idea! Popsicle sticks can be a very “done that” kind of art supply, but this is great.
    I have a whole bunch waiting for a project.

  4. karen

    This will be perfect to have the kids do and can use them as signs on their doors. We all know how territorial they can be over their rooms haha!

  5. Patzi

    This looks wonderful!
    Just can’t imagine the “P” or “R”, “S” and so on :-(

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  8. Pei Bierbaum

    Let’s get one started down here in San Diego! Maybe I can involve my school in getting trained to be a Beach Ambassador for the Plastic Beach Project!

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