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Popsicle Stick Bookmarks

These bookmarks were designed by Madelyn from Canada. She is a tween (12 year old) looking for new projects to do and loves to help others. She loves to bead, read, draw, paint, play sports, run, play improvisation, act, play piano, do arts and crafts, sing, sew, write stories and much more. Isn’t she great!

Supplies

Popsicle stick
Foam or paper shapes
Paint (optional)
Glue
Googly eyes
Permanent marker

Instructions

If you wish to paint your popsicle stick you can paint it.



On the top of the popsicle stick glue some shapes to make animal faces.



How to make a…:



Pig face: Glue a circle on the popsicle stick. In the middle of the circle glue 2 small googly eyes. Below the eyes glue a small heart upside down.



Cat face: Glue a circle on the popsicle stick. In the middle of the circle, glue 2 small googly eyes. Take the permanent marker and draw the nose and mouth. For the ears, glue at the top of the circle 2 triangles that are on a bit of an angle.



Dog face: Glue an upside down heart on the popsicle stick. In the middle of the circle glue 2 small googly eyes. Below the eyes, glue a small upside down heart for the nose. For the ears, cut a big heart in half and glue them on the big upside down heart on a bit of an angle on opposite sides of the upside down heart.

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Bookmarks, Early Elementary Craft, Repurposed Materials

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Nina has 8 of the most wonderful grandchildren ever! Her desire is to provide activities that grandmothers can do with their grandchildren to develop deep, strong, and enriching relationships.

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