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It is time for day 3 of camp crafts week around here. Tons of quick and easy crafts for Craft Lightning week. If you missed any of the fun, be sure to check out the round ups from day 1, day 2, day 4, and day 5. There is just a few more days for you to get your projects featured here! Link them up to the Craft Lightning linky party today. Now lets see what our bloggers have in store for you today.
First up is Erin with My Very Educated Mother. She has leaf jewelry ideas for boys and girls. These are great projects for after a nature hike. Get the full instructions for making your own by clicking here.
Next is My Daylights with DIY window clings that can be made easily. Grab some Elmer’s glue and get started! Click here to get the instructions for these adorable projects the kids will love.
Speaking of crafts with nature….add cheerios to your camping must haves. These bird feeders are a quick and easy project for all age groups. Get the instructions to make your own over at My Craftily Ever After.
Add stones to your campfire then decorate them easily like these from Carla Schauer. There is a secret trick to making these that you can only get my heading over to Carla’s blog.
Jen Goode is at it again with her amazing printables. You can print these flowers for your campers to make headbands and bracelets. Got boy campers?? No problem! Jen has ideas for those as well.
Y’all know I love mason jars. Add them to a keychain and you have my heart. Jess from Mad in Crafts has the instructions on making this glow in the dark lightning bug mason jar keychain. Let the kids make em….or make one for yourself!
Recycling is a great option for camp crafts. Try this tin can robot from Laura’s Crafty Life. I love the creativity in this project. Click here to get the instructions and to see more examples.
Try a name plate with your campers….and all in 15 minutes! A tile and a few supplies is all you will need for your little ones to make a name plate they will be proud of. Get the full instructions for making these over at Liz on Call.
Our linky party feature for today comes from The Silly Pearl. Use foam to make fun rubber stamps in any size or shape. The campers will love making customized stamps and them completing a project with them. Get the instructions for making these here.
My partner for this series, 30 Minute Crafts, is sharing some camp style tie dyed stain glass. You will never guess what she uses for this amazing little project. Trust me it is NOT what you expect. Click here to get the full instructions for making your own.
Last but not least is my vacation memory box. In case you missed it this morning, you can get the full instructions for making this box by clicking here. Let your campers store their memories in style!
Stay tuned there is plenty more Craft Lightning camp crafts left to go this week. Believe me you don’t want to miss it!