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Past • Present • Future Art inspiration for the GCSE exam topic, using lollipop sticks to represent something eaten in the past (recycling, rubbish) and then creating a painting or illustration that could relate to the other topics as well. Photo credit to @colours_to_inspire on Instagram

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Tim Berg - Popsicles. I like this piece, due to it showing the sequence of an ice cream being eaten. I like the way the sculpture is on the wall.

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from Dawn Nicole Designs™

DIY watercolor popsicle art

DIY watercolor popsicle art - Inkstruck Studio for Dawn Nicole Designs | these would be so fun to make using Dual Brush Pens!

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from Artsy Craftsy Mom

DIY Mini Camping Set Craft with Sticks and Paper

DIY Mini Camping Set Craft with Sticks and Paper:Make camping gear for your small toys & take them on a trip! popsicle & paper tents, stick fireplace & more

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from One Little Project

Glittering Popsicle Stick Christmas Trees

These popsicle stick Christmas trees are SO EASY to make and they're so beautiful! The kids loved decorating them! Such an awesome dollar store Christmas craft idea!!

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from Kids Craft Room

Colourful Pom Pom Popsicle Stick Stars

These colourful pom pom popsicle stick stars will look amazing hanging on your Christmas tree or as a bright and cheery bedroom or nursery display all year round.

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from Inspiration Made Simple

Popsicle Stick Bracelets Tutorial

I remember making these and toothbrush bracelets - would be a great camp craft! DIY Popsicle Stick Bracelets Kid Craft Tutorial - Makes a great Mother's Day Gift!

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