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Getting Crafty: 5 Warm-weather Projects for Kids.

When summer shows up in Minnesota, we surely know how to make the most of its short stay. Between the park, the pool, and picnics, "bored" won't be in your kiddos vocabulary. Continue the warm-weather fun with crafts inspired by the season!

Floral Crowns

A fun craft to make, and wear! Set up a supply station outdoors and let the kids go to work creating their flower crowns. Source: Pottery Barn Kids

Cupcake-liner Ice Cream Cones

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A bright and colorful craft that will let the kids dream up their most delicious cone. Double scoop, triple? Sprinkles, chocolate chips? Vanilla, cotton candy? Let them be the culinary masterminds. We highly suggest serving this craft up with a side of real ice-cream.  Source: I Heart Craft Things.

Sea Shell Mosaics

Create mosaics with shells, marbles, pretty rocks, and other colorful tidbits that you find at the park or beach. Bonus: fun for the kids, and a great masterpiece to display in your garden! Source: Alpha Mom

Rainstick Instruments

Let the kids customize their rainsticks with different colors of paint, thread, and paper (forewarning: you might end up with rainstick band practice in your backyard). Source: Buggy and Buddy

Pinwheel Garden

An easy craft that will be a reminder of the warm, summer breeze every time it blows through the pinwheels. Customize this project with different planting pots (or paint your own) and different colored/patterned paper straws. Source: Creative Kid Stuff

Grab supplies for all your summer projects at Creative Kid Stuff! 
Located in the Crave atrium.
(952) 926-4512


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