5 Fun Summer Camp Crafts for Kids

Fun summer projects to keep the kids busy

Foam Water Bottle Carrier Camp CraftWhether you child attends summer camp or not they can still enjoy some fun camp themed projects this season. I have made quite a few camp crafts for kids over the years, here are five of my favorites!

Foam Water Bottle Carrier

Water is an essential element when taking your children outdoors. A hike in the woods, catching butterflies, searching for hidden treasures in nature, all of these activities can be draining. Keeping hydrated is important but carrying the water can be a real chore. This water bottle carrier can be carrier over the shoulder to keep busy hands busy!

Twig Name Plate

What a fun way to mark your place! Made from recycled cardboard and items from your kitchen and nature, this name plate is fun to make and a great personalized project for the kids.

Colorful Walking Stick

Speaking of hiking in the woods that was one of my favorite things to do when I was a child! Searching the ground for natural treasures and bringing them home to display or craft with. Having a walking stick was great for climbing and balancing.

Name Plate Can

Take claim of your space with this fun nameplate can! Perfect for pitching outside your cabin or tent, this name can designates the area as yours.

Rainbow Dream Catcher

Talk about a craft that has lasted throughout the ages! Making dream catchers is something people have been doing for hundreds of years. This is a fun project and not a single one will look like another.

Have fun this summer whether you’re at camp, or planning a backyard camp. You can find tons more camp crafts here.

About The Author

Amanda Formaro is the crafty, entrepreneurial mother of four children. She loves to bake, cook, make kid's crafts and create decorative items for her home. She is a crafting expert and guru in the kitchen and has appeared online and in print publications many times over the years. She is also the editor for the Home & Garden channel at Craft Gossip and owner of FunFamilyCrafts.com . You can see her crafty creations on Crafts by Amanda and her delicious recipes on Amanda's Cookin'

2 Responses to 5 Fun Summer Camp Crafts for Kids

  1. p1234xgc says:

    I think I will do that

  2. aliadawntara17 says:

    sounds like a neat and simple littleraft. thank you!