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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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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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from Kids Craft Room

Button Snowflake Craft and 30 Christmas Ornaments

BUTTON SNOWFLAKE CRAFT - A gorgeous Winter and Christmas craft for kids from the new book 30 Christmas Ornaments. Christmas crafts are a great way to make memories you'll treasure year after year.

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from Kids Craft Room

Yarn Wrapped Star Ornaments

YARN WRAPPED STAR ORNAMENTS are a fun popsicle stick craft to build fine motor skills. They look great hanging on the Christmas tree, as a bedroom mobile or for a Space themed study topic.

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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 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 Kids Craft Room

Mix 'N' Match Articulated Snake Craft

SNAKE CRAFT : This Mix 'N Match Articulated Snake Craft is such fun and twists, turns and slithers like a real one! With bright and colourful interchangeable body parts kids can make a unique snake toy every time they play! #GorillaTough #GorillaOfCourse #ad

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