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22 Awesome Summer Crafts for Kids

By Liz Stanley |

While summer is my favorite time of year, sometimes kids out of school makes for some loooong boring days at the house. Here’s your solution to summer boredom! It’s the perfect time to doing some kids craft projects that they’ll love to make and play with after. Here are 22 awesome summer kids craft ideas…

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22 Awesome Summer Crafts for Kids

Marshmallow Family

So colorful and adorable! Kids will get a kick out of making their own marshmallow characters.
See it here at Color Me Kate

 

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About Liz Stanley

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Liz Stanley

Liz Stanley, founder and editor of the popular craft and style blog, Say Yes to Hoboken, was born and raised a New Yorker but is now perfectly happy to call the fairytale city of San Francisco home with her husband and son. Her work on Say Yes to Hoboken has been featured by The Huffington Post, Martha Stewart, Real Simple, and Parents Magazine. Read bio and latest posts → Read Liz's latest posts →

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4 thoughts on “22 Awesome Summer Crafts for Kids

  1. Megan says:

    This looked interesting but i have no desire to go through a million slideshow pages. cant wait until you guys use another format

  2. Corey M says:

    I agree, I do not care to look through that many slide show pages either. I did like the crafts you listed though. I would add painting terracotta pots and planing glowers in them to the list. We just did that at my sons 4th birthday as a project for all the kids. It went over really well. Everyone loved it. Great activity for kids age 2 and up.

  3. Corey M says:

    I meant “planting flowers” not planing glowers.

  4. Amy says:

    I was looking for the cute mice in the altoid tins. But all I see is the marshmallow family. The post says “22 crafts” but only the marshmallow one is here. Help!

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