DIY Monster Bookmarks Made With Popsicle Sticks

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These DIY monster bookmarks made with popsicle sticks, pom-poms, and googly eyes are so easy to make! A fun and easy popsicle stick Halloween craft for kids.

DIY Monster Bookmarks Made With Popsicle Sticks

Let’s add some spooky fun to your reading routine. We are going to transform popsicle sticks into adorable little monsters. With a sprinkle of creativity, you can make reading adventures a little more fun.

Each Monster Bookmarker can have its own personality and no two are exactly the same. Let’s discover how to transform plain popsicle sticks into spooky and fun monster bookmarks.

Also, if you are doing a Father’s Day monster theme craft with your littles, you may want to consider pairing these bookmarks with this fun Monster Card.

Supplies You Will Need to Make This Monster Craft

Please note the full printable instructions and this list is at the end of this post. You can take it with you to the craft store.

What Else Can You Use to Decorate Your Monster Bookmarks

You can use stickers, ribbons, rhinestones, glitter, or even buttons to decorate your monsters. Whatever is in your craft supply draw is usable. You can also think about drawing faces directly onto the popsicle stick.

You can get creative with painting or changing the color of your popsicle stick.

How to Make a Monster Bookmark

STEP ONE: Choose your colored popsicle stick. Then add your monster head (AKA Pom-POM) to the top of each stick.

STEP TWO: Choose your googly eyes. Use hot glue or school glue to firmly secure them onto your monster head.

STEP THREE: It’s time to decorate. To create your monster you can choose to wrap pipe cleaners on your popsicle sticks, creating a neck or body for your monster. You can even add pipe cleaner antennas and then add extra pop-poms or googly eyes to the ends.

You can see the image/photo below as examples or create your own ideas.

Monster Bookmarker Craft – Printable Instructions

This DIY monster bookmark craft uses popsicle sticks and pom-poms to make adorable monster puppets that double as bookmarks. This is a great craft for a variety of ages and uses simple craft supply materials.

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DIY Monster Bookmarks

Monster bookmarks for dads or Halloween craft

These DIY monster bookmarks made with popsicle sticks, pom-poms, and googly eyes are so easy to make! A fun and easy popsicle stick Halloween craft for kids.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Active Time 20 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Difficulty Easy
Estimated Cost $1 - $3

Materials

  • Colored jumbo popsicle sticks
  • Various-sized pom-poms
  • Googly eyes
  • Pipe cleaners
  • Hot glue or craft glue

Instructions

  1. Choose your colored popsicle stick. Then add your monster head (AKA Pom-POM) to the top of each stick.
  2. Choose your googly eyes. Use hot glue or school glue to firmly secure them onto your monster head.
  3. It’s time to decorate. You can choose to wrap pipe cleaners on your popsicle sticks, creating a neck or body for your monster. You can even add pipe cleaner antennas and then add extra pop-poms or googly eyes to the ends.

Did you make this project?

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If you made these bookmarkers, I would love to know how yours turned out. Please drop us a comment below.

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Making this craft project at home is not only fun, but can save you money. No need to go out and purchase a DIY Bookmarker Craft kit when you can gather your supplies from home and make it yourself.

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