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Story sticks / cupcake toppers


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Design by: Marckins (3 Projects)
Project skill level: easy
Project time: less than 30 minutes
Project tags: Summer Country Party Decorations/Favors Outdoors Outdoor Recreation Preschool/Kindergarten Playful Naturalist Southwest Jars

These story sticks are easy to make, and help the imagination grow!! Just pull a stick from the container during a story to help foster the imagination and story telling skills of young children. Or use them as cupcake toppers for a southwest themed party.

CRICUT ®: WHAT WAS USED

OTHER MATERIALS NEEDED

  • 4 colors of card stock
  • glue
  • craft sticks
  • container

Project Cut Files

STEP-BY-STEP How-TO INSTRUCTIONS

Cut 8-10 2.5-inch emblems/borders for the bull skull from Southwest cartridge.
Cut 8-10 3-inch emblems/borders for the Kokoplli from Southwest cartridge.
Cut 2 inch shapes of choice for characters/ objects for stories (same amount as you have cut of the emblems/borders). *NOTE: some characters such as the buffalo, horse, and armadillo will need to be scaled down smaller than the 2 inches.
Glue characters/objects to the emblems/borders cut outs. Then glue the emblem/borders to the craft sticks.
OPTIONAL: Make a container by cutting a rectangle the same height as your intended container, and slightly longer than the circumference. Glue the rectangle to the container, and fill.

Step 1

Cut 8-10 2.5-inch emblems/borders for the bull skull from Southwest cartridge.

Step 2

Cut 8-10 3-inch emblems/borders for the Kokoplli from Southwest cartridge.

Step 3

Cut 2 inch shapes of choice for characters/ objects for stories (same amount as you have cut of the emblems/borders). *NOTE: some characters such as the buffalo, horse, and armadillo will need to be scaled down smaller than the 2 inches.

Step 4

Glue characters/objects to the emblems/borders cut outs. Then glue the emblem/borders to the craft sticks.

Step 5

OPTIONAL: Make a container by cutting a rectangle the same height as your intended container, and slightly longer than the circumference. Glue the rectangle to the container, and fill.

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