A Modern Day Fairy Tale: Bee Mine Popsicle Stick Bee {A Valentine's Day Kids Craft}

Monday, January 30, 2017

Bee Mine Popsicle Stick Bee {A Valentine's Day Kids Craft}

Can you believe it's already time to be thinking about Valentine's Day!? It seems as though the holidays were JUST here, and yet here we are with just a few weeks left until the day of LOVE! To celebrate, I'm sharing with you a fun craft that your little ones will love!

Bee Mine Popsicle Stick Bee




  • Large Craft Stick
  • Paint (Yellow and Black)
  • Construction Paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Marker
  • Googly Eyes
  • Pipe Cleaner
  1. First up, let's paint the Popsicle stick with yellow and black stripes. I've used an larger one as I found they worked better for this project, but you can make a smaller one work if needed, you just might have to skip the googly eyes. Allow to dry.
  2. While your stick is drying, cut the wings. Using red construction paper, cut out two small hearts.
  3. Attach the wings to the back of the stick, one on each side.
  4. Add googly eyes (or paint eyes on, if preferred).
  5. Now, make your antennae by cutting small pieces of pipe cleaner. You can keep these complete straight, twist them, or make fun little heart shapes as I did. Glue to the top of your bee.
  6. Finish up by writing 'Bee Mine' on your bee's wings!


These little bees are super simple to make and most importantly, fun for the little ones too!

Are you ready for Valentine's Day? How are you making it more fun for the kids? 

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