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Thank you so much for the great ideas to look forward to trying this summer! I can’t wait!
I love this, I know it’s from last year but I hope would love for you to come and share it on my first link party ” Summer Bucket List Ideas” http://www.missinformationblog.com/2012/05/summer-bucket-list.htm
Im looking for the instructions for how to do the mason jars. When I click on the link it just takes me to the picture. Do they just use wire for the handles? Do they drill holes in the top to attach the handles? Where are you all finding the blues mason jars?
I am hooked again. Makes me want to do all those things. I love everything you posted. It’s aready summer in my country. They are really great for summer and I will definitely make some snow cones. Thanks so much for the great ideas.
I have been looking at all my books and all over the internet to create a list of 100 things I can do/make with my kids this summer (and then subsequently blog about on "heaps of laundry"). There are so many amazing ideas out there. I LOVE this Mason jar one. So pretty.The bunting is adorable. I had a not so pretty and only on a TV backyard movie party with friends years ago and we watched Goonies. It was such a fun night! Those bubbles are amazing and I just got my kiddos library cards, so might need to make some bag so they have permanent homes. I have visited your site many times from links on other sites. Perhaps I should cave in and add you to my reader! 😉 Thanks for sharing your ideas and your finds.
One word for all these projects: love!
The mason jar lanterns and stepping stones would sure make the garden looklike a fairy-land. Thanks for the great ideas!Liz
What a great resource! Bookmarked this page and have started my list of fun things to do for my kiddos. (Now if I could just find a great vintage lunch box like your thrift store find …)
Thanks for the roundup, these projects all look like fun! I'm featuring it as a favorite find over at my blog this week. Hope to see you there!~*Jessica Lauren @http://copy-cat-crafter.blogspot.com
I'm gaga over that bunting!!
These are all awesome! Thanks for sharing!!
Love these summer project ideas!!! Which one should I try first.
I have so many tabs open after reading this post! Thank you for all the wonderful links and fun ideas
So many great ideas in here, some of which I'm going to bust out over the summer–but the one I'm most in love with is the reading tent. Had to repost it on our blog:http://bit.ly/iLPawq
And thanks for turning me on to somethings hiding in here!
I LOVE these ideas!! Thanks for sharing!
All these projects are great! I'm going to have to check out each one when I have time.
Wow! So fun to be featured here. Thanks so much Jen! This is a great list! Off to check out the other fun ideas!
Wow, your blog is so cute! i LOVE that summertime printable. i am your newest follower Made By Meech
Such a great post! I was just wracking my brain for summer ideas. Thank you!
FUN!! I love the chart from Brassy Apple Today is my boys last day so I'm on the hunt for fun stuff to do!Haven't been by in awhile so HI!!XOXO
Thanks for sharing such great ideas!! Love them all.
i L O V E these ideas!!
thanks for sharing – i'll pass your post on, for sure!
LOVE! What awesome ideas. I am looking forward to going back to Utah to see my family. It's all I can think about!
oh my goodness this has got to be my most favorite round up of ideas i have seen! **love**
Thanks so much for sharing my 101 Bits of Summer Fun printable! What a fun post! Happy summer!
Jen you found some awesome ideas! I love the popsicle invites and the mason jars are so pretty! My boys love bubbles too so we may have to try your giant bubbles soon:) Thanks for including my Rainbow Pudding Pops!!
when you do something you do it so well!
Great post today. I am a new follower, and I have wondered what I have missed on your blog. This site is fantastic. I loved today's post. My favorite is the mason jar lanterns. Thanks for sharing.
I rarely comment on your blog, but I had to take a moment today to tell you how much I enjoy reading your posts in my reader! Happy Summer!
Those are some great ideas, and the pictures are wonderful!
Love this…great ideas! Thanks for sharing
What stunning projects!! The Summer Fun Board is such a cool idea. Thanks for sharing! xx
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