I am not sure what this looks like now, but the original intent was a Scarecrow! They are super easy to make, though (providing you already have all the materials on hand). We did!
7-9 large Popsicle sticks (I had short ones so I used double)
Small decorative items for eyes, nose, mouth, buttons (small pieces of construction paper could be used)
What to do: Paste glue unto a sheet of construction paper (I used this for a backing). Layer Popsicle sticks over the glue side by side and in a vertical motion. Note: if the sticks are small, layer a second row of sticks above the first one (like I did). Cut out and glue on strips of yarn for the hair. Using construction paper, draw and cut out the shape of a hat and glue on for the head. You may highlight the hat with the sharpie, if desired. Glue on craft eyes, nose, mouth, and buttons. If you do not have crafty stuff for these, then cut out small shapes on construction paper and glue them on for these parts. Then let the scarecrow dry some place flat. When it is dried, cut out the extra construction paper backing around the sides of it. Then display the scarecrow someplace where the kids could see it.
She looketh well to the ways of her household, and eateth not the bread of idleness (Proverbs 31:27).