22.7.11

Popsicle Stick Craft - DIY Flower Vase

Ice cream Stick Flower Vase
Lets use up those lolly sticks to make a DIY flower vase!
Ice cream stick crafts are fun to do with kids and you can  make something to use around the home like a flower vase.
Materials Required
Ice cream Sticks
White Glue
Ice cream stick Craft
Make a cross with 4 ice cream sticks as shown.

Lolly stick Craft
Lay the next layer a few millimeters away towards the outside as shown

Lolly stick Craft
Here is my little crafter at work

Lolly stick Craft
She thoroughly enjoyed making this flower vase!

Lolly stick Craft
Layer popsicle sticks in the same fashion till you reach the end of the sticks
Lolly stick Craft
Now you have a Popsicle mini vase- You can use it as such but as it is quite shallow make one more

Lolly stick Craft
Invert and stick one on top of the other an you have a lovely Popsicle stick flower vase.

Lolly stick Craft
Here is how the design looks from the side

Popsicle stick craft
You can layer more such vases and stick them together to make a tall vase.have fun with this simple craft idea. Do leave me your comments.
Ice cream Stick Flower Vase
Here are links to some simple ice cream stick crafts

79 comments:

  1. WOW, what an awesome, creative project! This is so clever and your daughter is so absolutely adorable! I LOVE the red dress she is crafting in!! Fabulous project, as usual :D

    Lisa
    http://indymermaid.blogspot.com

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  2. wow this is so simple yet so attractive your daughter is soon becoming a pro at crafting.

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  3. I love that idea!

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  4. Lovely, the flowers look great sitting in the vase!!!!
    Paula

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  5. Thank You Lisa her red dress is one of her favorites!
    Thank You Paula you are always so encouraging
    Thank You Shakti for such sweet comments
    Thank You Hussena yes its a simple and quick craft only we have to give it enough time to dry!

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  6. Fun & pretty craft project. Your daughter is adorable looking & great to have her crafting early and enjoying what she is doing. Yellow Roses are a fav color of Rose of mine.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"
    http://CreatedbySunshineHoneyBee.blogspot.com

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  7. Doc this is awesome.. Can I like borrow this idea and do it for the next class at my kid's work shop next week???

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  8. Dr. Sonia s v
    Such a wonderful creation.
    I bet there will be a lot of people going out and buying bags of the sticks just so they can make the beautiful vase.
    Your little one is adorable and such a budding crafter.
    Myrna

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  9. Beautiful flower vase! Thanks for sharing this.

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  10. Lovely project Sonia... Popscile vase project was a big hit when I was in school... me and my sister used to make baskets, boxes, pen stand and what not with these sticks...
    Thanks for another great tutorial!

    Love,
    Priya...

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  11. Oh wow Sonia, what an awesome project...love it. You did such a fabulous job with this and all the others, of course. You ROCK! ~Shen

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  12. Здорово придумали. Оригинально.

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  13. Oh, how much fun is that....wish I knew of your blog about 10 years ago. ;-)

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  14. what a cute project. I remember how much fun I used to have making things out of Popsicle sticks

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  15. Very clever and what a fun project to do with the children.


    Kelly
    http://kellyscraftylife.blogspot.com

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  16. Such a fun project! Nice work!

    Carri~abusybee
    www.doubleclickconnections.blogspot.com

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  17. Wonderful crafting for you and your daughter, love the vase and the yellow roses are fabulous. Love you little girls dress:)

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  18. Thank You Dear friends for cheering me up with your comments!

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  19. Khush you are welcome to borrow any idea of mine dear! This one is easy to do with kids and comes out looking super.You can also encourage your students to paint or embellish it.

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  20. This is a great way to use up those lolly sticks.

    Would make great presents for mothers day from little ones x

    hugs sally x
    sallysbitz.blogspot.com

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  21. OMG Sonia!
    You are so creative, what a fabulous project! How wonderful that your daughter was able to help you craft, there is nothing better than crafting with someone you love :0)
    Many Hugs!
    Diana
    daisylovecreations.blogspot.com

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  22. Thank You Diana
    Thank You Sally

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  23. What an awesome project and tutorial! I love your assistants happy smile and pretty dress- Thanks for sharing! :)Amy

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  24. Thank You Amy for dropping in. Yeah its my little ones fav dress-- its so worn out by frequent use that now I allow her to craft in it!

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  25. woww!!.. love the idea!. I once made baskets with the sticks!.. love those! ;)

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  26. This project and your daughter are just too cute! TFS! :)
    Amy
    redheadedcrafter.blogspot.com

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  27. This is an awesome idea! I don't know how you keep coming up with these great projects. Your daughter's smile is precious. Hugs, Pam at http://craftycards4u2.blogspot.com/

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  28. Spardha do post pictures if you still have the popsicle basket.I would love to see it

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  29. Amy so kind of you to appreciate even our simple ice cream stick craft

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  30. Pam I am making up for years spent with my head buried in books!

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  31. Так оригинально! Классно получилось! Идея просто супер!!!

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  32. I can remember making things at school out of these sticks and we loved it!
    Alicia xx

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  33. Alicia so glad our ice cream stick craft brought back fond memories
    Katrin thanks a bunch for stopping by

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  34. Fabulous Sonia! I made a similar project when I was a kid so I can very well imagine your daughter's interest and excitement!

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  35. Well ET it was the first time I was doing it too so I should say both mum and daughter were pretty thrilled with our lolly stick vase!

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  36. Loved it. Reminded me of my school days. We used to make so many things out of using Popsicle sticks. Once my younger sister made a bridge out of these as a participating exhibit for a competition for structural design at IIT Delhi. Its fun how much can be created with simple things.

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  37. Well done!...and it's wonderful you're passing your love of crafting on! Great idea!!!

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  38. wonderful creation and adorable cutie.meanwhile i can't stay idle ,when i'm cooking (tht too waiting for the final boiling)will be doing something or other ....cleaning ,washing utensils...drawing too...:):):)talking tooo...chatterbox.

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  39. Dr. Sonia,
    Practical stylish and easy to do.
    This is wonderful!
    Try. Thank you and good week

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  40. Oh Amrita if you have a photo of your sisters Popsicle craft do post it. Though a simple craft I enjoyed making the popsicle vase as much as my daughter

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  41. Saheli you are a mutli-talented gal and Thank You for complimenting our ice cream stick craft

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  42. Nagela Thank You for dropping in dear and taking the time to appreciate our ice cream stick craft

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  43. The picture of your daughter is great! She looks so proud! Thanks for sharing your talent.
    hugs
    Deanne

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  44. Deanne so glad you stopped by and gave encouragement on our Popsicle craft.

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  45. Dr. Sonia, thank you so much for giving me that sweet award! You are amazing! I love this vase and it would be something fun for me to make with my grandsons. Thanks for sharing your wonderful creations with us!

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  46. sonia this is really a nice project...apt time i got this to do with my sticks...umma to ur lil one...

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  47. Thank you for the kind comments about my parchment work. I have only just restarted as I had been suffering from carple tunnel, but as that seems OK I can make more parchment projects.
    I love your blog. Your tutorials are brilliant and I love the pics of your daughter. So nice to have one still young enough to enjoy crafting with you. Mine daughter is 26 and away from home.
    Jack xx

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  48. I love using these sticks... :) I remember making a lamp shade & a bird house in school vacations :) Its amazing to see how even the next gen loves making stuff from these things..

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  49. Great project. Looks like fun to make from the smiles from your daughter.

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  50. Kishley an ice cream stick bird house would have looked fab! I wish I could have seen it!
    Thank You dear friends for taking the time to appreciate our simple ice cream stick craft

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  51. Just found your blog via Terry at Crafters Delight. Love your tutorials for the squash box and purse with the insert. Very clear and easy to follow. Thankyou. Have now bcome a follower too so I won't miss any more inspirational makes.

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  52. Oh what a fun project!!! I remember making a bowl with popsicle sticks when I was a child. I did it at summer camp. I know you daughter just loves her finished product! She is BEAUTIFUL and her dress is GORGEOUS!!

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  53. Sonia what a great and fun vase for anyone to make. Your lovely daughter did a fab job. So perfect to display those beautiful roses:)

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  54. What a great flower vase with the popsicle sticks. Lovely flowers, too. It is just wonderful to have your daughter enjoying crafting with you.

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  55. WOW, what a brilliant idea! Your little crafter is adorable! :) Love this a lot.

    Arlene.

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  56. Ur daughter looks so excited and its such a simple yet fun thing to do !

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  57. Thank You dear friends for taking the time to encourage my little one's ice cream stick craft

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  58. wow..this is cool, may be color it according to decor or glue some bids etc..

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  59. I very much admire your work with the sticks to create amazing how beautiful
    Greetings Baukje

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  60. WOW!! Dr. Sonia what a wonderful project!!! Just beautiful!! TFS
    Hugs

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  61. oh god doctor ! you are so good at tutorials .. such a nice vase it is .. and also ur daughter's contribution is appreciable .. loved it
    and thanx fer such a sweet comment .. i can help u in making stuff of my style aka vintage .. believe me its bad .. i end up making vintage everytime !

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  62. This is amazing...Great to see ur cute lil crafter doing wonders!
    Hugs

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  63. This is such a great project for the little assistants! Prisha did a fabulous job and I love her dress! My girls love their dresses too although they also go through several wardrobe changes a day! Thanks for sharing this fun one! Have a good day!

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  64. Just checking in, back from vacation! I love, love this idea and obviously your daughter does too! Such a beautiful little girl. Isn't it great to have such a helper!!!

    Laurie

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  65. Your daughter did a fabulous job making the vase! She is beautiful and I love her dress! Hugs, Sarah

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  66. What a wonderful idea! I imagine how much your daughter must have enjoyed it! :)You're an inspiration!

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  67. Doc...loved all ur work. can u tell me where in Banagalore can u get all thsw lovely paper and punchcraft material and glue gun from??

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  68. Suja here is the link to some of my craft supply stores in Bangalore and some other places http://cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.com/2011/04/craft-supply-stores-in-india.html

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  69. PS: most of the time I use stationary store locally made paper- I work with what I get!

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  70. This is such a great kids project of making flower vases out of popsickle sticks.

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  71. Nice wonderful project. Good team work.

    Do visit my blogs
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  72. Sonia, Your Daughter is so pretty and what a lovely red dress. I can see she is enjoying crafting and what a great idea and such a eye catching Vase, I have a load of these sticks gues what I am now off to do. Thank you for sharing the idea and for your comment on my blog.

    Eunice

    www.cruisingandcrafting.blogspot.com

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  73. Thank You Eunice
    Thank You Nicholas
    Thank You Preethi

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  74. your daughter is really lucky!!!!To have such a cute mother
    ..............Loved all your crafts........:)

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    1. Thank You so much. Loved your blog too!

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  75. Your flower vase from icecream stick is very beautifully made. I will let you know once i complete. The quality of stick is also very good.
    Please tell me where do you buy your craft product. I want the contact details.
    Thanks

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  76. hi ,
    I try in making this vase .It came out well.Thank you.

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    1. Thats awesome Meena. I noticed you have a blog. Do share pictures!

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