Are your kids complaining of boredom yet? Starting tomorrow I will be participating in a  Summer Day Camp series featuring Kids Crafts from some of my favorite bloggers. I am super excited for my readers to see all the fun day camp style projects we will be showcasing. So check back here tomorrow to see our first post. We will be posting at least one day camp style project every Tuesday through August.
Want to meet some of the other day camp instructors?
Rebecca from Finding My Blog – (
Rebecca shares her passions, dreams and things that work for her. From recipes to parenting escapades, the blog, like Rebecca’s life, is incomplete and taking shape as it goes.
Donna from Swish Printables – (
Donna is a self-professed party junkie! She loves everything about parties. She loves planning them…going to them… and shopping for them. She loves it all! She’s a stay-at-home mom who tries to balance life with two small kids, a busy husband, and her love of all things printable!
Alanna from The Craft Nest – (
Alanna was a Design Manager in the scrapbooking industry until the birth of her first child. She then turned freelance designer, crafter and stay-at-home mom. Her website features family and kids crafts, recipes, handmade gift ideas and advent activities.
Camille from Growing Up Gabel – (
Camille is a 30-something wife, blogger and stay at home mom. She cooks almost everything from scratch and attempts to meet most of their household needs herself. She likes to add in a little knitting and sewing because she enjoys it. She hopes that what she shares inspires you to live a more frugal and sustainable lifestyle!
Kathy from Adventure Mom TV – (
Utilizing the latest technology, social media, video, photography and blog posting we demonstrate tips and tricks for all things alfresco. Readers look to us for outdoor products reviews, family travel activities, dining, and vacation planning for unique family escapades.
Sarah from LimeMade Designs – (
Sarah is a natural crafter and a truly talented sewer. She has an Etsy shop featuring an amazing array of sewn items. On her blog you don’t want to miss Insta Fridays!
Cindy from Skip to My Lou – (
From hosting a shrimp boil, celebrating holidays, making homemade scratch art paper, sewing gifts and throwing parties to cooking delicious food, you will find it all here at Skip To My Lou. The site is full of free patterns, downloads and I hope plenty of inspiration. Please hang out with me awhile and check it out!
Emily from The Benson Street – (
After graduating from college and working for a couple of years, she needed to find an outlet for her creative juices and a way to learn new things. Not only is it an outlet for her, it is motivation. Blogging helps her to get her projects done, share ideas and connect with friends.