Craft Roundup: DIY Olympics Fun

The summer Olympics are almost here, so it’s time for your kids to get outside here in southeast Michigan and show off their best sportsmanship. Is your family doing anything fun for the games? If so, make sure to share it with us here at Make It!

 

Salt Dough Olympic Medals

Get into the Olympic spirit with these adorable medals, from The Imagination Tree. Easy to make and very fun to wear. (P.S. Don’t forget the Crumbs recipe for cute Olympic medal cookies, too!)

 

Camping Cookies

Creating decorated cookies that look like they came from an expensive bakery isn’t that hard, thanks to The Decorated Cookie. Learn how to make these campfire favorites – as well as a few tips for shipping goodies to your campers.

 

Avengers Cupcake Toppers

How many times has your family seen The Avengers this summer? If the answer is A LOT, you might need to surprise them with these simple cupcake toppers, by way of Ribbons and Glue.

 

Camp Cards

Keep your campers on the snail mail roll call at camp with this idea from Craft Test Dummies. Make a small for each card or week they’re away from home.

 

Kids Coasters

Who says drink coasters are just for the grown-ups? Have your kids help make mini masterpieces, with help from Modern Mom, that they can share when friends come over to play.

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