Popsicle Stick Christmas Bucket List Craft
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Christmas Popsicle Stick Bucket List Craft

Christmas holidays are always so busy with shopping for family and friends, attending dinners, parties and school plays. And of course decorating, crafting, baking and wrapping! It can be hard to remember to fit in all the fun traditions and activities that make the holiday season so much fun. That’s why this Christmas Popsicle Stick Bucket List is a perfect Christmas craft.

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Christmas Popsicle Stick Bucket List Craft by Champagne and Sugarplums

It’s super easy to make this Christmas bucketlist and all the materials are found at the dollar store, making this an inexpensive Christmas craft too. All you need to do is paint some popsicle sticks then write the experiences you wish to have this Christmas! Place them in a tin bucket, which can also be found at the dollar store, fill with some tissue paper or Christmas wrapping paper and your set.

Once the finished popsicle sticks are in the bucket, draw a different popsicle stick activity when you’re looking for a break from the busyness of Christmas and need a Christmasy tradition!

Christmas Popsicle Stick Bucket List Craft by Champagne and Sugarplums
Christmas Popsicle Stick Bucket List Craft by Champagne and Sugarplums

What you’ll need to make a Christmas Popsicle Stick Bucketlist

  • Popsicle Sticks
  • Paint
  • Paint brushes
  • Fine point permanent marker or paint pen
  • Tin bucket
  • Tissue paper or wrapping paper as filling if needed

How to Make a Christmas Popsicle Stick Bucket List

Firstly, paint some popsicle sticks with acrylic paint, then set them aside to dry completely.

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Christmas Popsicle Stick Bucket List Craft by Champagne and Sugarplums

Once dry, using the permanent marker or paint pens (fine point) write an experience or tradition on the end of the popsicle sticks. One experience per popsicle stick.

Finally, place them in a decorated tin bucket. If the bucket is big, fill the bottom with tissue paper or even some Christmas wrapping paper, just enough so the popsicle sticks pop out of the top!

Christmas Popsicle Stick Bucket List Craft by Champagne and Sugarplums

Lastly, enjoy a Christmas experience or tradition once a day, once a week or any day you want to feel a little extra Christmas cheer!

Christmas Tradition and Experience Ideas

Need some popsicle stick bucket list ideas? We’ve got some to share!

  • Have some hot chocolate
  • Watch a Christmas movie
  • Make snow angels
  • Make a Christmas ornament
  • Check out the neighbourhood lights
  • Christmas baking
  • Christmas tree “I spy” ornaments
  • Make a gingerbread house
  • Listen to Christmas music/carols
  • Decorate sugar cookies
Christmas Popsicle Stick Bucket List Craft by Champagne and Sugarplums
Christmas Popsicle Stick Bucket List Craft by Champagne and Sugarplums

We hope you loved this Christmas Popsicle Stick Bucket List as much as we do. Looking for more Christmas fun? Certainly check out our fun Ice Globes, Christmas Lights in the Snow a fun science project for kids or these cute Pipe Cleaner Christmas Trees by Two Kids and a Coupon.

Happy Holidays from Champagne and Sugarplums

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