Craft Corner: Popsicle Stick Scarecrow


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Fall is the perfect season to create fun scarecrow projects and celebrate the harvest season. Here is a fun and simple one perfect for kids.

You will need:

Popsicle sticks
Glue
Yarn
Felt
Buttons
Googly Eyes
Any other fun crafty items you have around the house

1. Glue your sticks together to create a scarecrow head, and then let them dry.
2. Add decorations with glue, and then let them dry.
3. Hang it up and enjoy.

Happy fall y'all!

Provided by North Carolina artist Laura Kelly, creator of Laura Kelly Designs. Find more of her crafts at laurakellydesigns.com/cms/Videos.php.

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