20 DIY Popsicle Stick House: How To Make A Popsicle Stick House

These DIY popsicle stick houses are fun for the whole family! With less than $10 of supplies, you can create your own popsicle stick homes. This craft is perfect for summer with its bright colors and is easy to paint with children.

Most of the projects here won’t cost you a dime if you already have popsicles sticks laying around.

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1. DIY Popsicle Stick House 

Start by drawing the layout of the house on a piece of paper. This will make it easy for you to get the pattern very well. On that sheet of paper, place popsicle sticks around the outline. Now glue one extra piece on each part of the house laid out. These pieces will fix them together. Once this is done, remove the layout from the paper and start joining them together. 

2. DIY Modern House With Popsicle Stick 

The fence of the house is super amazing! Cut popsicle sticks into tiny pieces. Now space them out on a surface and glue one extra piece to the edge to fix them together. Since each side of the house is the same length, prepare the fencing separately. 

3. How To Build A House Out Of Popsicle Sticks 

This is a much larger house than usual with a beautiful fairy garden and swimming pool. The compound is wide and looks like a real beautiful barn house. The house was first built with cardboard boxes and later covered with popsicle sticks. The windows and doors were made from PVC foam board. 

4. Popsicle Stick House DIY 

Maria got the idea of this popsicle stick house from Alessa, her friend. It was a great idea but looks rather complex. However, Maria was able to walk herself through it without any tools, only with 3 bags of popsicle sticks, a hot glue gun, and scissors. See the link below for the full instructions on how to make one for yourself. 

5. DIY House Of Popsicle Stick

DIY Popsicle Stick House

As specified in this instructable guide, a sketch plan is useful. The sketch plan (blueprint) will make the building easier and fast. The craft of making a small house using popsicle sticks is very interesting because you don’t have much to do after drawing the plan other than gluing the popsicle sticks together to form the house. 

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6. DIY Miniature Popsicle Stick House

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Working on craft projects is amazing but working with scrap materials is more crafty. That’s what I can say about this miniature popsicle stick house. You need up to 200 pieces of popsicle sticks, a mod podge to fix them together, sharp scissors for cutting, and a small paintbrush. 

However, you can have craft knives and wood glue too as a substitute for scissors, mod podge respectively. 

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7. DIY Birdhouse With Popsicle Sticks

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If you want a small and cool place for your pet, especially birds, this popsicle sticks house is all you want. The house has three parts; the roof, the wall, and the floor. Each of the parts was put together in different ways. 

The roof was made using the repeating design where you glue the popsicle sticks together in front of an upside-down ‘V’. The was glue in such a way that the flat side of the popsicle stick is facing down while the thin side is facing sideways to form a box. The floor was glued to form an arc. 

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8. How To Build A Popsicle Stick House

DIY Popsicle Stick House

The method of gluing this popsicle sticks house is the same all through and it is simple. All you need to do is to lay down 4 popsicle sticks to form a square and glue them together. Then, glue more popsicle sticks on it to cover the square. Repeat this for all the walls of the house. 

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9. How To Make A DIY Popsicle Stick House

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Having a rough scotch of what you want to build is always very interesting! Draw the kind of house you want to build on a sheet of paper and place it where you can be seeing it. Gather all your materials; popsicle sticks, glue, scissors, and paper. Now, you can start cutting and joining the popsicle sticks together. 

10. How To Make A Colorful Popsicle Stick House 

See here how you can make a colorful popsicle stick house with no tools. Get as many popsicle sticks as you can get, and paint each stuck with different bright colors. Gather the popsicle sticks and lay them out for each part of the house. Use the hot glue gun to make lines of glue on the laid-out sticks and leave them to dry. Cut off the excess glue once it’s dried. 

11. Easy Popsicle Stick House DIY 

You can fix LED lights to this house to make it look bright and warm. Get some popsicle sticks, bamboo skewers, LED light, glue, scissors, and wires. These materials are all you need to put together this popsicle stick house with ease. See the link below for full details about the DIY popsicle stick house. 

12. DIY Popsicle Stick House 

You need two types of popsicle sticks for this popsicle stick house! Colored popsicle sticks and colorless popsicle sticks. The colored ones will be used for the roof of the house while the colorless ones will be used for the walls. Start by laying out the Popsicle sticks for the front wall. 

13. DIY Popsicle Stick Building

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This colorful popsicle stick build looks complex by mere looking at it but, it is so simple and fun working with. Especially the part of painting each part of the building with different colors. The building needs approximately 250 standard pieces of popsicle sticks. 

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14. Popsicle Stick House DIY

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What else can you say about this popsicle stick house if not classic? Well, every part of the house is unique, but the simplicity of the door attracts me the most; layout some half sticks and glue them together side by side. Glue a diagonal support stick to the back and attach a small bead doorknob. 

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15. Popsicle Stick House Tutorial

DIY Popsicle Stick House

Are you wondering how to make a popsicle house? If yes, then this tutorial is all you need. The guide explains everything you need to learn on how to make a popsicle stick house from the number of popsicle sticks needed to how to glue each part of the house. 

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16. Popsicle Gingerbread House DIY

DIY Popsicle Stick House

Popsicle stick house is a very good craft you can give out as a gift on Christmas. You can decorate it as you see fit and make it into any style you want. 

The guide includes a free printable template to make the work easier and faster. 

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17. Simple Popsicle Stick Fairy House DIY

DIY Popsicle Stick House

You need embellishments for your popsicle stick fairy house.  First, layout the number of popsicle sticks for the roof and walls to be sure you have enough sticks. The wall uses 9 sticks while the roof uses 8 sticks per side. 

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18. DIY Hamster Popsicle Stick House 

See here how to build a super simple hamster house with popsicle sticks! All you need is popsicle sticks for the building, a glue gun for joining, a paintbrush and paint to paint the roof, and scissors for cutting. You can see the full tutorial by clicking the link below. 

19. DIY Popsicle Stick House For Bird 

Birds are attracted to light colors a lot. So you have to use that to attract them to this colorful birdhouse. Use light colors alone! You can start by segregating the popsicle sticks that will be used for a certain part and paint them in advance. Make sure each part is painted with different colors. 

20. How To Make A Popsicle Stick House Like A Pro 

One simple way to get this done really quickly is to get some cardboard and outline the dimension of the house on it. For each part of the house, cut cardboard to size and cut out the windows and doors as they should be on it. 

Now, glue popsicle sticks on the cardboard leaving only the doors and windows holes. Once you have all the parts in this manner, proceed to join them together. This is indeed the Pro approach to building a popsicle stick house. 

Conclusion

There you have it! 20 DIY popsicle stick house ideas that are super cheap and amazing. You can make this for your kids or as a home decor item. Either, all the projects listed above are simply amazing.

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