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Simply Art Wood Craft Sticks 1000 ct.
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- Light colored, natural wood
- For crafting, classroom projects, party crafts, or home decor projects
- Great for crafters, teachers, and students
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SIMPLY ART Wood crafting products make crafting fun and come in a wide variety of sizes and shapes, from teardrops, circles, and hearts to traditional craft favorites like craft sticks and clothespins. Loew-Cornell’s SIMPLY ART Wood crafting products are the leading name in wood crafting and is the perfect addition to any craft set.
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These craft sticks are wonderful for all sorts of projects! I'm using them to build a miniature house, framing and all, so have gone through a couple of boxes so far. A lot of these sticks are bent, gouged, and otherwise unusable for any application requiring relatively straight sticks. If I had to guess I would say at least a few hundred of them have been bent, and at least 75-100 very brittle so when you cut them they just fall apart.
They take paint and stain very well, as well as hot glue. I use a high temp gun and have never had a problem with the sticks falling or peeling off. In fact there's been a few times I messed up the siding and shingles and needed a small knife to pry them back off! The miniature house (which is a tall 2 story with full roof) has a bit of heft to it and the craft sticks have no problem bearing some weight with proper supports. Other materials adhere well to them as well including wood, plastic, and Lexan (which I'm using for windows). Hot glue will not stay adhered to surfaces that hold temperatures such as stone and glass, not that most people would need it to anyway, so I'd suggest another glue but that's a topic for another review.
Overall, great craft sticks. Perfect for any kid crafts and great even for adults' crafts. A great way to get your imagination flowing. The 1000 piece pack is great because you basically have an unlimited supply to play with and any pieces you don't use, or clippings, can be mixed in with the garden because these are 100% all natural wood.
Not wanting to squelch his architectural aspirations, we cleaned up the mess and I showed him how to wash his sticks. I gave him a big Ziploc for future stick storage. After he went to bed, I ordered this box of 1000 popsicle sticks. When they arrived, I spread them out at his place at the table so he would find them at breakfast.
When he came to the table, he was stunned. He looked at me with admiration in his eyes and said, "You are the coolest Mom ever! I thought I ate a lot of popsicles, but you ate 1000!"
Not only did these sticks provide him with all sorts of crafting pleasure, they gave me cool mom status...and they allowed me to stick to my diet!
I wondered what on earth I would do with 1000 woodsies... but I found a lot of uses!
Easy book markers - decorate with paints, markers, whatever!
Palate Coasters - seriously adorable - I googled how-to!
Essential Oil Scent Sticks - a few drops of menthol or eucalyptus on the stick and breath easier with it in your pillowcase.
In the garden and in seedling pots to label what's growing. Permanent marker used.
Paint swatches - dip into the paint bucket when done with the job, dry and label with paint color or room.
Shims - no bookcase need ever to sit unsteadily!
Safe food picks or skewers.
Popsicle Stick Bomb - a favorite of my son's! Found a how-to on youtube!