Summer Craft Bucket + Printable | Spark Your Summer
Today’s Spark Your Summer guest blogger is my sweet friend Mique of ThirtyHandmadeDays.com. Mique is super creative with her fun bright printables and creative gift ideas, I just knew she would come up with something great for summer! A summer craft bucket is a great “last day of school” gift idea that the kiddos can use all summer long! A perfect boredom buster!
Make sure you head over to 30Days and soak up more great ideas at the 5th annual Funner in the Summer series!
Hi there- I’m Mique (like Mickey) from Thirty Handmade Days and the Queen Bee Market. On 30days I love to post all things creative but specifically printables, easy recipes and lots of unique gift ideas. I’ve known Cheryl for a few years and adore her. She has the best ideas, awesome recipes and is so organized. Someday I hope to be more of a “tidy mom” like Cheryl but for now I’ll just keep cranking out my binders and count that as being organized. (ha ha!) I have a simple and fun summer gift idea to share today:
I know a lot of schools are already out but my kids still have a little bit of school left. I’ve been gathering ideas to do over the summer. It’s awesome to be able to sleep in but after a week or so, the “Mom I’m boooooored” comments start. I created a cute little bucket for crafts for the summer. This could be given when kids get out of school, for neighbor friends, teachers, etc. I gathered some of my favorite craft products- crayons, markers, pencils, and construction paper. I also added some bubbles, water balloons and more.
Download this cute summer tag. For personal use only. Thanks!
I also created a packet of summer activity worksheets. Hop on over to 30days to grab the printable pack.
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