Popsicle Stick Flag
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Popsicle Stick Flag

Make a popsicle stick flag to celebrate our American heritage and freedom that the red, white and blue represent. You can add your own embellishments such as glitter paint, stickers and gems or create a simple American flag using just paint and the popsicle sticks. This makes a great activity to have ready for your family BBQ, just put the supplies out on a table and let the kids have fun making their own U.S.A. flag.

Popsicle stick American flag

Popsicle stick American flag


Supplies you’ll need:

  • Popsicle Sticks
  • Red, White and Blue paint
  • Paintbrush
  • Glitter Glue
  • Glue
  • Paper

How to make a popsicle stick American flag:

  1. Paint 4 sticks red, paint 3 white
  2. Turn the sticks over to show backside facing up and alternate red, white, red, etc.
  3. Apply glue and then place a piece of paper cut to size on the glue. Let dry.
  4. Turn over and paint a blue square in the upper right.
  5. Apply glitter glue dots, let dry.
  6. Glue a popsicle stick as a flag pole (optional).

You can use this popsicle stick flag as decor for your July 4th family gatherings, include in a table center piece, string on yarn and hang as banners or decorate a cake. Your preschooler will have a great time painting and gluing while you discuss American heritage. Have fun and God Bless America!

One Response to “Popsicle Stick Flag”

  1. Jo @Mediamum says:

    This is possibly the cutest thing ever. And while it’s awesome for 4th of July, it’s also a great idea for us Aussies who might like to do the Aussie flag version for our January 26th Australia Day celebrations! I’m keeping this idea on my list, and sending it to other mums here too. Thanks!

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