How To Make a Decorative Popsicle Stick Hexagon Shelf
You guys – I am so excited about this latest video tutorial. I have always loved those hexagon shelves like you seen in Pottery Barn. What I don’t love is the $50 price tag. So， when I saw this cool idea to recreate look…and with popsicle sticks no less…I couldn’t resist trying this one myself.pillow covers farmhouse
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What’s not to love？ This is an easy DIY project and it’s really cheap. You can make this entire shelf for under $5 – that a lot less than paying $50 at Pottery Barn. Amazon has these wide popsicle sticks in packs of 200 for less than $5.
Jess over at Make &； Do Crew stains her honeycomb shelves. You could also spray paint the shelf when you get it finished to fit into a nursery or kids’ room， or use colored popsicle sticks. You can get a pack of 500 colored popsicle sticks for around $15 and these are perfect for kids’ rooms or even classrooms.
There are so many fun crafts that you can make with popsicle sticks. I’ve already shown you how to make these fun coasters and popsicle stick napkin holders.
If you love popsicle stick crafts then you should definitely check out these 50 fun crafts to make with your kids， and let’s not forget this adorable mini succulent pallet from popsicle sticks. Is there anything that you can’t do with a popsicle stick？
If you are looking for some truly unique and gorgeous décor for any roomaccent pillow case baby， this DIY popsicle stick shelf is perfect. This is a simple project that is so much fun to make – even the kids could help with this one!
Prep Time： 5 Minutes
Active Time： 30 Minutes
Total Time： 35 Minutes
1. I’ve seen a lot of tutorials that mention a template for these shelves， but you really don’t need one. You just start out with six popsicle sticks.
2. Begin by forming your sticks into a hexagon shape. Note that your sticks will overlap each other – this is how it should be. This is also where you’ll add the glue.
3. Lay one stick down and place two sticks running up at an outward angle from that bottom stick. Glue sticks into place.
4. Place two more sticks in the opposite direction of the first two， running diagonally and glue in place.
5. Take a final stick and glue on top to the last two sticks that you attached. Now you have the shape of your hexagon.
6. Repeat this same procedure， gluing the sticks down as you go. Start from the bottom， then add the two diagonal sticks， etc.
7. Do this until your shelf is as thick as you want it to be. Note that there will be a gap between your sticks – this is also as it should be.
8. If you are going to stain or paint your shelf， do it once you have all of the sticks in place and the glue has had time to dry. I recommend leaving it for at least an hour before you try to paint or stain it.
9. At this point， you can attach a hanger to the back of the shelf for easier hanging or you could simply hang a corner of your hexagon over a nail or screw on the wall.
10. Add whatever small plants or other items you want to display and enjoy. Your finished hexagon popsicle stick shelf should look something like this：
And that’s how you make this stunning modern hexagon shelf from popsicle sticks!
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