diy mini crate made from lollypop sticks

Wednesday, 9 January 2013

you will need
lolly pop sticks
glue gun
cut the rounded edges of the lolly pop sticks making sure you cut 6 the same size this will be for two of the sides, then decide how wide you want it and cut six of them as well, you will need to decide on the height, i wanted a gap between each stick so i measured it and then i cut 8 pieces the same size. take the 8 pieces and lay them out in twos and then take the side parts and glue them to it like the photo below.
then i glued all the pieces together and then cut four sticks for the bottom and glued it on.

i then made a tag with clay. i painted it white and then sanded it and rubbed some wood stain on it.


sisters of the wild west


  1. How cute is that? I can see filling it with candies and hearts for Valentine's Day.

  2. So cute and easy...thanks for the instructions!

  3. Wonderful as always Aimee! Thank you the wonderful tutorial, always so detailed. Have a great day!

  4. That is adorable! Thanks for sharing! I'll be back.

  5. This is so cute! Great DIY, thanks!

  6. Oh so cute! I'm so going to make some for my nieces! Thanks for sharing!

  7. Too cute! Thanx for partying!

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  9. This is the cutest idea!! You come up with a ton of good ones. Love the photography on this too.

    Thank you for partying with the Wildly Original Crowd.
    <3 Christina at I Gotta Create!

  10. Ha! Great minds think alike! I made some tiny popsicle stick crates a little while ago, too.

    (not to be spammy...just in case you're like me and love seeing similar ideas from two totally different perspectives) :)

    Your flowers are WAY more dreamy than mine, though. lol


  11. Thanks for linking up at Shabbilicious Friday throughout 2012 Aimee. I look forward to seeing your amazing projects in 2013.

  12. I've found you via maybe a long route from Transformation Thursdays at The Shabby Creek Cottage. Your photography is so pretty.

    Keep up the good work - inspiration.


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