Crafting with Kids: Campfire Caps

Crafting with Kids

For this month’s craft, we head down to the Bellville Branch and over to Miss Sarah for an awesome craft to end the summer.  She had several children come to her Summer Make-It Take-It last week for the opportunity to create a fun craft to take home.

Even if you haven’t gone camping yet this summer (or aren’t allowed to make a fire), these Campfire Caps will at least get you in the spirit of camping out and having a good time around the campfire with friends and family.

campfire hat collage

To see how to make this campfire cap for yourself, check out this website.  Miss Sarah left out the sticks and mini marshmallows, and she made hers out of paper instead of felt or foam, but feel free to be creative and see what you can make with the supplies you have on hand.

More family-friendly campfire crafts include a CD-Rom or Margarine Lid Campfire from DLTK, a Handprint Campfire from Tippytoe Crafts, or this Flannel Campfire version from Storytime Katie.

How about some great campfire songs to make the process complete?!  Just click on the picture and you’ll go right to our catalog.

bob & larry's campfire songs

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