Now that summer is officially underway, I’ve been getting nostalgic for classic summer camp crafts. You know, the ones that you would make every year — things to wear, hang on your wall, and gift to your parents at the end of summer.
These projects are intended to take you back to your childhood, and maybe inspire you to bring some of this time-tested goodness back into your life this summer. I know that my 4-year old will enjoy tie-dying and sand casting, so I’m adding those to my summer bucket list.
What crafts do you remember from your camp days?
Paint Birdhouses. TinkerLab. Pic up inexpensive wooden birdhouses at the craft store, add acrylic paint, and you’ll have a birdhouse or bird feeder for summer. For non-toxic acrylic paint, you could try Reeves non-toxic acrylic paint set (affiliate)
DIY: Rain Stick, The Imagination Tree
Colored Rice Bottle Art, Plain Vanilla Mom
Bell Shaker Instrument, Mini Eco
Papier Mache Bowl, Art Projects for Kids
More Summer Crafts can be found in the Camp Mom: Summer Activities Pack
5 easy steps to set up a TinkerLab at home.