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How to make bows and arrows with popsicle sticks, dental floss, and Q-tips

Nov 13, 2012 By Abraham 9

Maiz at Brooding Hen says this toy requires a bit of practice and coordination, but once kids get the hang of it, it shoots 15-20 feet. She also says it’s great for 4 to 6-year-olds, but I’m about seven times older than that and am looking forward to giving it a try myself…

Now duck and run for cover…

(via Brooding Hen, BuzzFeed)

9 Comments

  1. Emma Smith says:

    My class is going to love this as there last project of the year! Thank you from the whole class.

  2. Stephanie Madden says:

    I’m not a teacher or anything. Just a normal 14 year old
    Girl. THIS IS AWESOME.

  3. Sam says:

    So I tried this, and I just thought it would probably be a good idea to say that if the popsicle stick isn’t bending very easily, TRY ANOTHER POPSICLE STICK because I spent about an hour trying to “gently bend” a popsicle stick that felt very stiff and I could tell it was on the verge of snapping, but I wouldn’t give up. Finally, the next day I eat another popsicle and start toying with the stick, and of course, in two seconds, I’m able to bend THIS popsicle stick more than I was able to bend the other one in a full hour. So please, if you’re trying this craft, TEST YOUR POPSICLE STICK FIRST. Just a heads up to those creative people out there. <3

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