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Arts and Crafts

Thursday, July 07, 2011

Toothpick Art

I suppose you could say that toothpick and match stick art kind of fall under the same category. I tend to differ a little, because toothpicks are not a fire hazard when you buy them, while match sticks are intended to create a fire.

Both can be applied for almost the same projects and make for a rather cheap hobby. Okay, okay, the larger your project, the more toothpicks you will need. The fact remains however, you can buy a bundle, but it won't cost you a bundle.

Most of the toothpick art projects I came across were sculptures, but I was thinking how some cute wall art could be created with the colored ones, simply by gluing them randomly or in a pattern on some cardboard or plywood.

It doesn't really matter what you decide to create with them. One thing is for sure; you don't have to be picky about it!

See also:
Toothpick Art II
Toothpick Art - Materials and Equipment

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Blogger audrey` said...

Oh yes! We had this toothpick art in school 40 years ago. Shhh... I'm that old already ^grin^

Sunday, July 10, 2011 7:42:00 AM  
Blogger Corry said...


I won't tell. Grin.
I remember doing match stick art 45 years ago. Yeah, I am that old! Hahaha.


God's Grace.

Sunday, July 10, 2011 8:52:00 AM  

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