We love to decorate our houses with art and craft. So, in today’s article, we will teach you how to make a popsicle stick swing that will help you to decorate your house. Let us begin.
Let us have a look at the list of supplies that are required to make a popsicle stick swing. They are as follows:
- Glue Gun
- Popsicle Sticks
Steps To Make A Popsicle Stick Swing
Step 1: The first step is to take three popsicle sticks and arrange them in a triangular shape as shown below. Once you arrange it, take a glue gun and stick the popsicle sticks.
Sticking the Popsicle Sticks in Triangle
Step 2: Simultaneously, repeat the initial step and make one more triangle.
Repeating Step One
Step 3: The third step is to apply some glue on top of the sticks and apply glue and horizontally stick one popsicle stick on it.
Sticking a Popsicle Stick Horizontally
Step 4: In the next step, you should take two more popsicle sticks and stick them horizontally at the base.
Sticking Popsicle Sticks at Base
Step 5: Now, cut the popsicle stick into smaller sizes and rest them on a flat surface.
Cutting the Popsicle Sticks into Small Pieces
Step 6: Apply some glue and stick all the small pieces together, as it will be our seat.
Sticking the Small Pieces
Step 7: Apply some glue and stick the small pieces to the sides.
Sticking the Support
Step 8: Take some additional small pieces, and similarly attach them and stick them vertically on one side of the seat.
Sticking the Backrest of the Swing
Step 9: Take some yarn and gently stick it on the side of the seat.
Sticking the Yarn on One side
Step 10: Simultaneously, stick the yarn on the other side of the seat.
Sticking the Yarn on the Other Side
Step 11: The last step is to tie both sides of the yarn tightly at the top of the swing.
Popsicle Stick Swing
- You can design and colour the swing according to your wish
Things To Remember
- Make sure you take a lengthy yarn
- Make sure you appropriately apply the glue and let it dry.
- Ensure that you have tied the yarn tightly.
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