Parade Stick

February 12th, 2013 posted by Terri Bose

parade stick

Who can resist a parade? Now even the spectators can join in by waving their parade sticks.

You need:

Pattern (see below)

Newspaper

Glue Stick

Red, White and Blue Crepe Paper

Streamers

Tape

Scissors

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What you do

// Roll a piece of newspaper tightly into a slim, long cone. Wrap tape around cone in several places to strengthen. Wrap cone completely with white crepe paper, gluing in place. Cut a 5′ length of red crepe paper in half lengthwise. Wrap diagonally around cone, spacing as shown in picture. Glue in place. Cut five 4′ lengths of blue crepe paper. Fold in half. Tape folded ends securely around wider cone end. Print pattern here . Cut out stars and glue to blue streamers.

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Terri Bose is the owner of MakingFriends.com, a website dedicated to kid's crafts. Terri has been online since the late 90's and her site not only offers free craft projects, many which are for scouts, but she also sells many of the supplies that you need in everyday crafting!


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