10 Fun Summer Crafts!

Summer is coming and we sure will have a lot of times to spend with our little ones. One things we all love to do is get messy make something. ┬áSo today I’ve rounded up 10 fun crafts that are perfect for you and your children to do together!

Be sure to leave us a comment and let us know if you tried any of them and which were your favorites!


sidewalk chalk
Photo Source: The Suburban Mom

Homemade Sidewalk Paint- The Suburban Mom. The only thing better than sidewalk chalk is sidewalk paint! Your kids will have a blast painting masterpieces and the clean up is easy!


melted crayons
Photo Source: Clumsy Crafter

Sun Melted Crayon Art- Clumsy Crafter. This one is super easy! Just arrange some broken crayons on a canvas and let the sun do the work!


sunflower marshmallows
Photo Source: The Decorated Cookie

Sunflower Marshmallow Pops- The Decorated Cookie. Kids will love making these just as much as they’ll love eating them!


pet rocks
Photo Source: Fun A Day

Pet Rocks- Fun A Day. Remember when rock pets were all the rage? Now your kids can make their own!


rainbow seashells
Photo Source: The Educators Spin

Rainbow Seashells- The Educators Spin. Next time you go to the beach, make sure to collect some seashells so you can have a craft day painting them!


glow in the dark jellyfish
Photo Source: Craftiments

Glow In The Dark Jelly Fish- Craftiments. Which child doesn’t love glow in the dark stuff?!


egg carton boats
Photo Source: Life At The Zoo


Egg Carton Boats- Life At The Zoo. After you make these easy sail boats out of egg cartons, hit the park and watch them float!


jello snack
Photo Source: Mad In Crafts

Jello Snack- Mad In Crafts. The best kind of craft is one you can eat after, obviously!


beach bucket
Photo Source: Crafts And Sutch

Beach Bucket- Crafts And Sutch. Let your kids decorate their own beach bucket to take with them on your next outing.


pool noodle
Photo Source: My Crazy Blessed Life

Pool Horse Noodles- My Crazy Blessed Life. You can get these pool noodles for a dollar at Dollar Tree so grab some next time you’re there and get to crafting!