Introduction: Popsicle Photo/Note Holder
Hmm... Since I had some few sticks left from my previous popsicle project, and I somehow have a talent (how braggish), I decided that I would make another Ible for it. Who wants to throw our lovely sticks on the bin, anyway?
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Step 1: Gather Everything You Need. (There's Just a Few)
1. Your sweetheart popsicle sticks.
2. A foot-long thin, insulated wire.
3. Uhm... Photos/notes.
Yeah, seems so easy to do, right? DEFINITELY.
Step 2: Do Two 'Variation of Popsicle Bombs'.
Click this one.
The first 'bomb' will actually be the frame of the holder. The second one will be used to make the frame stand.
You should arrange the first 'bomb' to give it a square-like symmetry. Hold it vertically, and then slide the middle stick down and just over the stick at the bottom. Repeat this step for the stick at the top of the square(see pic. 2). Add more sticks to make a solid square for the frame (see pic. 4).
For the second stick, refer to pic. 5.
Step 3: Put the Pieces Together... and Enjoy!
See pic. 1 to see how I attached the two sets of sticks (note that I slid up the topmost stick on the frame a little bit. This is where you attach the stand).
Make a knot on one end of the wire. The knot should be at least 3mm in diameter (a size that won't pass through a buttonhole... <_<"). See pic. 2 for this.
Now, do you see gaps everywhere in the frame on pic. 3? This is where you put the wire. With so many gaps like that, and the help of the wires, you can put variety of photo/note sizes in your holder.