One of the best and innovative uses of upcycled popsicle or craft sticks is to design them into houses of different shapes and sizes for varied purposes. You could either make a luxurious mansion, a mini hut, a cute house for your little birdie or even dwelling places to accommodate your pet rat, hamster or bunnies. Read on to get a glimpse of the several birdhouses that can be made with the help of the tutorials that follow.
The stairs made with colorful popsicle sticks gives the house an innovative look.
You could give it a personalized touch by sticking a collage of the entire family within the house.
The fence and farm animals add to its splendor.
The brown and black paint gives it a distressed and rustic look.
While involving your toddler or preschooler into the house making project, something as simple as the one shown here would be apt. You could even teach him or her other interesting things like making a flower, sun,
You could even add a chimney on top with a few popsicle sticks and wood for a creative feel.
The multi-colored popsicles on top gives it a colorful effect.
If you plan to make something like this for Christmas, then smear the sticks alternately in red and green for a
You could paint the
The pretty designs on the roof panel, intensifies the beauty of the house to the fullest.
Since made in a spacious way this bird house could also serve as a bird feeder.
You could decorate it with a lot of real leaves and twigs for a rustic look.
If making it for Christmas then you could also place big-sized snowflakes next to the snow.
The haunted ambience can be intensified further by adorning the roof top with a skull head.
If you have a big garden, then a colorful tree house like this one would be absolutely well suited. You could even make two or three storeys of it.
A simple ginger bread house with the gingerbread man painted in front could be the best Christmas art for your tiny tot.
If you are teaching the concept of “my family” to your preschooler, then this project would be a unique one where they would draw their parents and siblings and have it enclosed within popsicle sticks shaped into a house.
Besides houses and huts you could even make something luxurious like a fort or castle or even a plush apartment as shown in this tutorial.
You could even keep faux cars in the garage.
While teaching your kiddo “Old Mc Donald Had a Farm”, you could recreate the entire scene by making their dwellings with popsicle sticks and fencing them with the same as shown in the image and tutorial.
If you have a whole lot of these feathered friends gracing your home, then these rainbow-colored shelters would attract them at an instant when hung in your garden.
With a host of tutorials and instructions at hand you could definitely make a chic popsicle stick house for any specific occasion.
Published on January 8th 2019 by Miranda Gibbs