Simple Popsicle Stick Crosses


Simple Popsicle Stick Crosses

Simple Popsicle Stick Crosses
Simple Popsicle Stick Crosses

If you're teaching vacation bible school or just want to find Sunday school crafts for kids to enjoy, look no further than these Easy Popsicle Stick Cross. They take just minutes to complete but look great nonetheless. These yarn-wrapped cross only require a few materials and cost next to nothing to make, but there is so much meaning behind the project. Simple crafts for kids are a great way to teach kids about religion and faith without boring them. Even the smallest learners can work on this easy craft project.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsWood, Yarn

Primary TechniqueWood Crafts

Age GroupPreschool & Kindergarten, Elementary School

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Yarn
  • Scissors
  • Popsicle sticks


  1. Take two popsicle sticks and create a cross.

  2. Wrap yarn around and criss-cross it, until the sticks are in place. Tie off in the back and trim the string off with scissors.

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I remember making these crosses when I was a kid with the sticks from popsicles we ate. We washed them and kept them to make things. This is a great craft project to do in a bible class or even at home. So inexpensive and you can use leftover yarn pieces. Have the kids put in a planter or garden when done if they want. Great proect.

This is a really inexpensive project and can be kicked up a notch if you purchase the colored popsicle sticks or even paint them prior to making them into the cross figure. For the really little one, you could use the large popsicle sticks so that they can have more control over holding them.

This easy Popsicle stick cross is almost too easy to have written any directions for. But for those of us with no creative juices what soever, I say thank you. I love this idea. It is simple and easy enough for even the youngest child to complete with a little time. Thanks for the inspiration.

This is such a quick and easy craft. Definitely sharing this with the Sunday school teacher at my church. Thanks!


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