26 June 2012

All Year Round week nineteen: 7 Summer and Summer Solstice Crafts for All Ages



Here are some of the great posts shared at the All Year Round Blog Carnival with ideas for summer and summer solstice crafts for all ages. You can see more summer posts, and join us, at the Summer Carnival which is open for new links until 31st August. You can find out more about All Year Round here and also follow All Year Round on Pinterest.

Stencil Art at Tea For Monkeys (and a tutorial for making stencil art canvases)


Tea light holders at lightly enchanted


Tie-dyeing T-shirts at All Things Beautiful


Summer collage using the kids' pictures at The Freedom Five


Needle Felted Picnic Blanket at The Good Morning Mother


DIY citronella candle at Gnomes at Home


Ways to Celebrate the Summer Solstice (including Bake a Sun Bread) at Love in the Suburbs


If your post is featured today you're very welcome to get a "Featured On" button for your blog.

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week fourteen: 7 Ways to Get Ready For Summer
week fifteen: 7 Summer Ideas for Children
week sixteen: 7 Summer Nature Projects
week seventeen: 7 Summer Water Play Activities
week eighteen: 7 Summer Things To Do Outdoors
week nineteen: 7 Summer and Summer Solstice Crafts for All Ages
week twenty: 7 Summer Book Lists and Literacy Projects
week twenty one: 7 Summer Nature Crafts
week twenty two: 7 Summer Nature Walks
week twenty three: 7 Summer Outdoor Games for Children
week twenty four: 7 Summer Garden Projects
week twenty five: 7 Summer Crafts for Children
week twenty six: 7 Summer Picnics and Days Out
week twenty seven: 7 Summer Ideas for All Ages
week twenty eight: 7 Blogs in Summer

Carnival co-hosts:
sunnydaytodaymama, Mama Smiles, Winding Circle,
The Mahogany Way, Smiling like Sunshine, Home Baked,
famiglia&seoul, All Things Beautiful, Like Mama~Like Daughter,
Plain Vanilla Mom, Little Homeschool Blessings, Simple Whimsy,
2 Big, 2 Little, jabberwocky

1 comment:

  1. Thanks so much for featuring my stencil art!!! It was such a fun project and my boys keep asking to do more. I made sure to attach the the link to this post in my reply to your comment;-) Again, thanks so much for the Carnival for it is such a a great resource! I love seeing what creativity folks are up to!!!

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