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Are you looking for a fun popsicle stick fall craft to make this year? Keep scrolling to find out how to make this easy popsicle stick scarecrow craft.

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Anyone else own a TON of popsicle sticks?

I’m not sure how we keep accumulating them, but we keep finding popsicle sticks in our craft supplies. It’s like they are multiplying overnight!

Because we have so many, I’ve been trying to come up with fall popsicle stick crafts.

This scarecrow craft with popsicle sticks is super cut and pretty hard to screw up (which is my favorite kind of craft!)

It’s also one of the cutest popsicle stick crafts for kids to make this fall, as long as a grown up helps with the hot glue gun part.

Ok, let me show you how to make this craft stick scarecrow!

If you’re looking for Halloween crafts, see how to make an easy Sugar Skull Craft!

Easy Popsicle Stick Scarecrow Craft Tutorial

Supplies Needed:

Popsicle Stick Scarecrow craft supplies, including paint, painbrushes, googly eyes, decorative leaves, etc.

How to Make a Popsicle Stick Scarecrow

Line up 7 standard size popsicle sticks in an even line.

Using the hot glue gun, run a line of hot glue the entire length of a small popsicle stick and press it horizontally onto one end of the 7 sticks.Popsicle Stick Scarecrow Craft Tutorial Step 1. Image of popsicle sticks lined up with a glue on oneRepeat this process on the other end of the 7 sticks, too.

Popsicle Stick Scarecrow Craft Tutorial Step 2. Image of someone hot gluing a small popsicle stick to a bunch of other popsicle sticks.

Flip the newly made board over and run an angled line of hot glue near the top of the board and apply a standard size popsicle stick at an angle to form the brim of the scarecrow hat.

Popsicle Stick Scarecrow Craft Tutorial Step 3. Image of someone gluing a popsicle stick at an angle

Paint the face section of the scarecrow with a solid coat of yellow paint.

How to make a popsicle stick scarecrow craft step 4. Image of someone painting popsicle sticks yellow

Paint the hat section of the scarecrow with a solid coat of maroon paint.

How to make a popsicle stick scarecrow craft step 5. Image of someone applying maroon paint to the hat portion.

Use the hot glue gun to attach the googly eyes just below the brim of the hat.

How to make a popsicle stick scarecrow craft step 6. Image of someone gluing googly eyes on the scarecrow

How to make a popsicle stick scarecrow craft step 5. Image of googly eyes on the scarecrow

Using the orange paint, create a triangle shape nose below the eyes.

How to make a popsicle stick scarecrow craft step 6. Image of someone painting an orange nose on the scarecrow

To decorate the hat, use the hot glue gun to attach decorative fall leaves just above the brim of the hat. We used silk leaves, but you could use real leaves you find outside.

How to make a craft stick scarecrow. Image of someone gluing a silk leaf

How to make a craft stick scarecrow. Image of silk leaves on the scarecrow

How to make a craft stick scarecrow. Image of silk leaves on the scarecrow

 

With the black marker, draw the scarecrow’s mouth.

How to make a popsicle stick scarecrow. Image of black marker drawing mouth

How to make a popsicle stick scarecrow craft. Image of the mouth drawn on

Use the gold glitter glue to add small dots along the brim of the hat.

How to make a craft stick scarecrow. Image of adding dots of gold glitter glue to brim of hat.

How to make a popsicle stick scarecrow. Image of gold glue dots on brim of hat.

If you want your scarecrow to have hair, glue the gold pipe cleaners.

How to make a popsicle stick scarecrow. Image of gold pipe cleaners glued on back for hair

And now your popsicle stick scarecrow craft is complete!

Final image of popsicle stick scarecrow craft in front of pumpkins

Looking for more craft ideas? Check out my top Christmas craft ideas!

 

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Marcie writes the family travel blog Marcie in Mommyland. When she's not traveling the world, she's home in Seattle with her husband and two little boys.

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