Hi guys! Join us today to make our summer popsicle stick postcard craft. I wanted to share with you this awesome sticker club, PIPSTICKS! It’s a sticker club not just for kids but adults too! Get out those planners. Each month you’ll get hand selected sticker assortments to craft with or up your creative game with your daily planners and t0-do-lists. Super simple right? We partnered with Pipsticks to show you how your kids can craft with these adorable little stickers.
What better way to keep in touch this summer with cousins than too send a postcard!
Here is what you need to make our summer popsicle stick postcard craft:
- White Card Stock Paper
- Pipsticks Stickers
Cut two rectangle 4×6″ from white card stock. The kids wanted to make a popsicle stick postcard and use the colorful hearts and popsicle stickers to decorate. Glue your two rectangles together. Spray glue works great! Draw the popsicle design on one side using the pencil first, this way you can erase any mistakes.
Turn the postcard over and draw a divider line with the ruler. On the right hand side draw three lines for the address and a space for your stamp. The left hand side will be for you to write your message!
Use markers to trace over the summer popsicle stick postcard design you drew and then go crazy with the Pipsticks stickers! Love this craft? Check out some of our most recent ideas: Top 5 Paper Plate Crafts for Kids, Dollar Tree Wreath Craft or get ready for Back to School with our printable checklist!
Don’t forget to get your monthly subscription to the Kids Club or join the Pro Club for tweens and adults (stickers aren’t just for kids you know!). They even have a printable club that goes right to your email inbox and brings you beautiful illustrations to get crafty with.