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We have Jen Goode from 100 Directions with us again this month. This time she has a printable lemonade stand kit that y’all will love. Seriously love. Grab the kids and sell some lemonade this summer!
Finally summer is here! The Ice cream truck has started coming by, flowers are blooming and there’s no more worry of a late Colorado frost. So you know the kids are going to be looking for things to do. Lemonade stand to the rescue! Today I’m sharing a cute Lemonade Stand printable kit the kids can use to decorate their new sales venue. The kit comes complete with a sign, straw flags and a pennant garland. Print out as many as you’d like and start shouting about the best stand on the block!
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Materials you need:
- Printable Lemonade Stand kit by Jen Goode
- Tape and/or glue
Decorate your own Lemonade Stand:
- Download and print the Lemonade Stand kit by Jen Goode. I printed two sheets of the pennants and flags so I’d have 8 pennants to decorate our little table.
- Cut out the pennants. Punch holes in the top corners. String together with ribbon to create garland and hang, adhering in place with tape.
- Cut out the flags, apply glue to half of the back side. Wrap around a straw, press and hold to adhere. Make sure you get a little glue on the straw so the flag stays in place on the straw and not just wrapped around it.
I only printed one sign for our stand and then attached it with the garland, but you can print out as many signs as you’d like. Advertise around the neighborhood or make picket style carrying signs for extra fun. There’s space on the sign to write in your own price too!
You can add all kinds of extra decorations to spruce up your stand. I added a little blue tablecloth to our table – it was either that or paint the thing, it was awful! Get creative and have fun – I’d love to hear what you come up with. I hope you have piles of quarters at the end of the day!
Thank you so much Jen for sharing your lemonade stand for kids today! Y’all head on over to 100 Directions for tons more fun projects, printables, and crafts!