Wednesday, December 1, 2010

ICE CREAM STICK BOX

This box is a pencil holder. This is a very easy and interesting project for kids. Under Parent’s guidance they do this project very easily.

 I here posted its procedure as a mini tutorial.
MATERIALS:
1.       Ice cream stick
2.       White gum
PROCEDURE:
1.Place two ice cream sticks vertically in a small distance as in the picture.



2.Then leave 1 inch in their two ends and apply white gum.



3.Next stick two sticks horizontally as in the pictures.




4.Apply white gum as in the picture.



5.Stick two sticks vertically as in the picture. They should be on the line of the sticks which we stick earlier.





6.Apply white gum as in the picture in step 4. Then stick two ice cream sticks horizontally. . They should be on the line of the sticks which we stick earlier.
Do the same as in the previous steps. Stick these sticks till we get a desired height.


Then for its bottom portion stick required ice cream sticks as in this picture. 


Now our box is ready to use.Its side view is……………………..



Its top view is……………………………..




If you want to decorate this stick stones, artificial flowers and etc.we also use this as a spoon holder, knife holder and etc.




40 comments:

Bhavana said...

lovely.. kids will surely enjoy making this

Heather said...

Your daughter looks like she is having fun making this! It will look so cute decorated!

Swathi said...

Daughter is also talented. She is enjoy making it. Looks really nice

Michelle L. said...

Fun and easy and cute!

Beebeebabs said...

You daughter did a wonderful job thanks for sharing!!!

viji said...

cute work dear.
viji

AswathiBabu said...

Loved it....

La Vie Quotidienne said...

What a fun project for children.(-:

Denise @ http://www.somanytables.com/ said...

I'd forgotten about popcicle crafts. This is a great project - and a useful one as well.

g.aruljothiKarikalan said...

easy craft... ur child is talented.. and u r guiding her in the right path... wishes for her...

Maite - vitoma said...

Una genial idea para hacer con los niños.
Bss.

UIFPW08 said...

Beautiful idea

Dimple said...

You have an interesting blog, I will look around some more...

Thanks for visiting me!

Scrap, quilt and stitch said...

What a good idea !
Thanks for visiting my blog.

Jud said...

Cute!
Kisses from Brazil,
jud-artes

Belinda said...

That is a really good idea! I bet your daughter had a lot of fun creating that box. Thank you for the kind compliment on my blog!

Belinda
www.theseamrippers.blogspot.com

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Indrani said...

Very creative and well made.

Sherry Edwards said...

What a lovely project and so good that a child can even make it. The possibilities of decorating it are endless too!

Thanks for your lovely comment on my blog.

Anneke said...

your daughter is so adorable and you can see that she is having fun.
nice work and thanks you for the tutorial.
greetings from the netherlands

yyam said...

Oh wow! What a great way to upcycle those ice-cream sticks! :)

DUTA said...

Wonderful project and the instructions are very clear! Keep up the lovely work!

Cathy said...

My granddaughters would love to make these! Thanks!

Tania Andrades said...

Lindo trabalho,
Parabéns

Minhas filhas,minha razão de viver said...

thank"s Manika!!!!welcome! no speak english!!!ahahah!
kissys,kissys,kissys.By,by.

Sarah said...

I like this-useful and fun to make!

Chantal said...

Great tutorial for my kids! Thanks for sharing : )

Brechó Recicle Online said...

Hi, it´s my first time on your blog, I liked so much! Congratulations to your work! Sorry, but my english is not so good, right!!

I loved this idea! I´ll do it too... I need to buy ice-cream...

I´ll be back another day,Tchau!

Paulinha

Anne Maskell said...

Hi! Thank's for visiting me! I remember doing this many times with my children when they were small. In fact, I probably still have some of their creations. Have a great day!
http://www.amaskellantics.com/

mridula pradhan said...

wah. i will make.

Diane AZ said...

Beautiful wooden box, great step by step instructions, fun craft project!

martha puri said...

great idea!! love it..

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Neeti said...

Lovely project Manika... and you also got some wonderful projects on your blog too. Thanks for sharing this on Blackleaf Studio.
Hugs, Neeti

SUGANTHI said...

I love the way you involve your kids in all your projects.You are so multi talented

mammachegiochi said...

Hi!Thanks for your visited in my blog!
This wooden box is a lovely idea!
Congratulation for your blog

Pat said...

What a great idea! I have loads of ice cream sticks that i didn't know what to do with it so i think i'll give it a go with my daughter.
Thank you for the tutorial.
Hugs xx
Pat

Jaleela Kamal said...

nice pencil holder

momstheword said...

Great idea! When the kids were little I bought a big box of popsicle sticks and they had so much fun making and creating things with it! Thanks for linking up to Making Your Home Sing Monday.

VijiParthiban said...

Nice ice cream stick Pencil Holder...

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