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This month Jen Goode from 100 Directions is back with fun summer kids craft for you. School will be out before you know it! Print this free journal kit and let them make their own journal to decorate and write in all summer long. This is perfect for long car trips this summer as well! Y’all enjoy!
When I was a kid, I loved making up my own books, picture catalogs and notebooks. We called journals “diaries” back then and they were only meant for keeping our secrets. Now, journals can be for anything. You can have a journal to capture your favorite quotes, a doodle of the day or what you ate for breakfast. Whatever you want to share or write about, it can go right in your journal. I think it’s important to share this our kids so today I have a little printable journal kit you can print and make!
I wanted to include a fun gift for kids to give to their teacher this week. These fun printable Seuss quote bookmarks fit the bill. Just print, let the kids color, and give teacher a fun from the heart token of your appreciation. If you have missed any of the teacher gift ideas this week, be sure to check out the crafts from day 1, day 2, day 3, and day 4. Then scroll down to the bottom of this post for the 15 minute craft from our blog partners.
I am working on an entire week of teacher gift ideas y’all. Today is a cake slice gift box that can be filled with the treat of your choice for teacher. If you have missed any of the ideas this week, be sure to click on over to day 1, day 2, and day 3. Also, you can scroll down to the bottom of this post to see tons of quick and easy ideas from our blog partners. Now lets get to work on this cake slice!
This week I am sharing ideas for Teacher Appreciation. This popcorn teacher gift in a jar is the perfect quick and easy craft for your child’s teacher. This post is sponsored by Online Labels however all projects and opinions are my own. This is a part of a series of teacher appreciation gift ideas for Craft Lightning. You can find more inspiration on the posts from day 1 and day 2. Also, be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post for more 15 minute teacher gift ideas from our partner bloggers.
Give your child’s teacher a fun gift this year with these gumball mason jar teacher gifts. This kicks off an entire week of quick and easy teacher appreciation gift ideas with Craft Lightning. You can see my gumball gift below then scroll all the way down for more 15 minute crafts from our blog partners for this series. You will get tons of ideas this week! You can definitely find one or two that will work for the teacher in your child’s life.
I had a brilliant idea the other day and could not wait to share with y’all. You can print the free mason jar printable from Jen Goode and turn it into mason jar gift wrap in just minutes. I wrapped a few small gifts below but you can print on any color paper or color the jars any color you love. Y’all this just might be the cutest free printable wrapping paper ever. Okay maybe I am a bit biased…
I don’t know if I believe it but y’all Easter is this weekend! I came up with a fun way to use washi tape to make stickers and thought I would use the technique on some Easter mason jars. This is a part of my compensated design team work with DecoArt however all projects and opinions are my own.
Y’all I am in love with this driftwood monogram art and am so excited to share it with you! You can buy driftwood for this project or hunt it on your beach vacation this year. Either way this is sure to be one project that is the star of your home!
You can take old cardboard boxes and turn them into this fabulous metallic gold arrow in 15 minutes or less! Follow along below for the instructions. This is part of a series of 15 minute recycled crafts for Craft Lightning. Be sure to check out the ideas from day 1, day 2, and day 3 if you missed them. There are also tons more ideas at the bottom of this post so be sure to read all the way to the bottom.