December 16, 2011

Feature Friday - Popsicle Stick Puzzles

A couple of months ago I saw these simple puzzles on Made:


And Dana got the idea from this one from Saltwater Kids:
I loved the idea and thought they'd be fun and easy to try out.  I grabbed a bag of colored craft sticks so I wouldn't have to mess with the spray paint (and since the colored ones were only a few cents more).  I figured if I really wanted the boys to use them, I'd probably need to draw some Super Hero signs on them........



Rex thought they were pretty cool.


I plan on throwing them all in one bag.  That way they can sort them by color and then put them all in order.  It would be a great quiet toy for church.  I think we'll give it a shot Sunday :)


You can read Dana's tips HERE and Emily's tips for making them HERE.  Thanks for the fun, easy idea ladies!  

Thanks for reading.

12 comments:

  1. Another great idea Cheri!! You rock!! Pinning this post!

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  2. You have the coolest superhero ideas. If you keep blogging like this we're going to have the best loot bags for our superhero party in the new year. THANK YOU!

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  3. Ah! So cute and fun! This would be a super cute stocking stuffer!

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  4. i actually have these on hand, and now i have a craft for my little one tonight. thanks for the idea.

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  5. Ah! Great idea for church!

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  6. i made some of these for my small cousin. i also made a chalkboard tray that was magnetic. so i put small magnets on the back of each stick so that she could keep them in place while she was working on them. she plays with her chalkboard/magnet tray in church all the time!

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  7. These are awesome!!! What a great idea. Thanks for sharing.

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  8. Super cool idea!! I have a whole bag of poscicles sticks just waiting for good use! This would make an excellent stocking stuffer you know!

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  9. Great idea for a party invite too! We used to have the kids make those at VBS, draw their own pic on. Cheap, easy and enjoyable!

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  10. Totally annoyed that you posted this. I was planning on making those for your boys for church. Stinkin' you.

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  11. What a cute idea! I bet the kids would have such a fun time MAKING them too. Pinned it to remember during this long cold winter. :)
    Jaime

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