More Popsicle Stick Houses – A Top 15 Of Artists!

I hope that you enjoyed my last blog post on how to make cute little popsicle stick houses?

If so, I would like to take you on another journey through the world of popsicle crafting by showing you some more fantastic artists on this topic, so let’s just dive straight into things!

Number 1: VintageVesselFinder

There’s a little store on Etsy that gathers vintage items and sells them online.

They have found this, in my opinion, pretty and handmade popsicle stick & stone church.

It is made from popsicle sticks and little stones. And I think that this is exactly (well, not exactly, but still) how I will make my fourth fairy house, hopefully soon haha.

Number 2: Shadisalem78

This other person on Etsy created just this one piece, but wow, what a piece!

It is a big piece of art, that is what it is! Totally made from popsicle sticks, go check it out here ! There is even room for a little car 🙂


Number 3: Moon Craft


Moon Craft has a Youtube channel, and in this video below, the person has made a DIY popsicle stick house from scratch. Have a look at the fantastic result!


Number 4: Kalpesh Kaklotar

This one I have found on Pinterest, but I’m not sure if he sells the house or if he has more information on his social media page or others. I just found it to be a very pretty popsicle house.

What do you think?


Number 5: The Purple Sleuth

Here’s another one that I found on Etsy. It is a small popsicle stick house, but what I like about it is the use of the colors and the fact that it is actually a birdhouse.

How cute, I want it in my garden!


Number 6: Lifer Tain

Another DIY popsicle-crafted house that I found on Pinterest is this one.

Again, sadly, there is no more information on how this is made, but I needed to show this to you because I found it so beautiful and most of all colorful!

Plus, I am assuming that this one is more in the Asian dollhouse style, what do you think?


Number 7: MakeBD

I don’t think that I have shown you this Youtube video before on this wonderful, modern-looking popsicle house, have I? Another great tutorial actually!

Number 8: HandiCraft


Now this one I wanted to show you, not just because it is beautiful in its simplicity, but it gives you an idea of how much money you could ask for if you would want to sell your crafted art yourself.

I mean, just take a look at the price here and yes, you can ask as much as this person, why not?


Number 9: See and do Indonesia

I’m sorry, but I don’t understand Indonesian haha. But still, I do think that this Youtube video on crafting a popsicle ( and toothpicks )-house from scratch, is very well made and quite easy to follow.

So you might want to go ahead and make it DIY?


Number 10: Carter

I found this one on Pinterest as well, but I’m not sure who the artist is. The only name available is “Carter”.

If you know who this little house is from, please let me know, it is awesome!


Number 11: Brush Basics

Another WOW!

This Dream House out of popsicle sticks took 800 hours to make, 8000 Popsicle Sticks, 200 hot glue gun sticks, and 2 gallons of Elmer’s glue! Yes indeed!

See how the artist explains how he made everything and have some fun by seeing his journey on shopping for materials as well, nicely done!

I mean, look at that pool, the house itself, and the rest, amazing!


Number 12: Artist unknown.

Here’s another unknown artist who made this trailer from popsicle sticks.

I know it’s not really one of those big popsicle stick houses, but why not live in a small gypsy wagon like this haha? Isn’t it cute?


Number 13: Pro Woodman

It just keeps on getting better, or rather just as good. This large popsicle house is another work of gigantic heaps of patience, dedication, and the love for crafting with popsicle sticks.

I’m just stunned!

The entire time Lapse of building this large house is in the video below!


Number 14: Raylinedo

I could not just stick to the unlucky number 13, now could I? 🙂

Number 14 is this small, but colorful popsicle house, just to show you that it is perfectly okay to use multiple colors for your popsicle project!

By the way, this one is for sale on Etsy as a miniature kit.


Number 15: Withgam.

No, this is not a popsicle house, but I still was so enthusiastic about this, that I couldn’t keep it hidden from you!

I mean, it is something quite amazing how these handmade vintage wooden wall lamps are made by using popsicle sticks!

Have a look at their store for more!

My Final Conclusion.

I hope that you enjoyed this article on more examples of several popsicle stick houses, some made with toothpicks on top of them.

If you have any more questions, or would just like to chat with me, please leave a message below or join me on my social media channels or even Facebook group.

I wish you happy crafting!

Kind regards,

Lizzy

4 thoughts on “More Popsicle Stick Houses – A Top 15 Of Artists!”

  1. Thanks for sharing this information on popsicle stick houses. This is fascinating stuff. A tremendous amount of creativity and skill has gone into this. The attention to detail and pride of workmanship is amazing. The different designs are all unique and provide a variety of artistic skills. I never realized how intricate these popsicle designs could be. 

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    • Hello Joseph,

      Thank you for your positive comment and I wish you happy crafting! 😉

      Kind regards,

      Lizzy

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  2. This topic facinates me and makes me wish that I had more time for creative expression as I have found house making to be vital at drawing families together.These examples that you have shown so well, are incredible works of art. I have found, through personal experience, that this activity is a super family focused actiivty that can bond the family together and create strong relationships that will last through time.As the family designs and works on the project together, they will learn many positive new skills such as negoitation, concensus, collaboration, brain storming abilities, persuation and their creativity levels will reach new heights, This is a valuable family life therapy project that works!

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    • Hi there!

      Yes, indeed, these popsicle houses can be worked on together, thanks for the insights!

      I wish you and your family happy crafting!

      Kind regards,

      Lizzy

      Reply

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