Saturday Seven - End of Summer

With the end of summer drawing near and school about to start, I figured today's seven would be a tribute to my second favorite season.

1. Ice Treasures - The possibilities are endless with this one! This would be a great way to clear out your laundry pocket discovery collection. Plus it keeps the kids busy for *hours*. Hopefully. And you won't have to make a special supply trip to do this - just use what you have. If you wanted to do this for a large group of kids, I imagine you could use empty yogurt containers or a muffin tin to make smaller ice treasures. From Let's Explore.

2. Pool Party Pops - How I adore Bakerella! She made something so precious, the whole craft world let out a collective "aww!". Then she made it cuter. And seasonally appropriate.

3. Rag Jewelry - Cheap, easy, fun. Who could ask for anything more? From a friend to knit with, via whipup.

4. Flower Ball Garland - Picnic, tea party, bedroom - I can think of a ton of places this garland from Pink Paper Peppermints belongs. You could change the colors to match the occasion and even recycle magazine pages.

5. Garden Party Pants & Jumper Set - If you want the best dressed toddler around, look no further than this darling set from Etsy seller wondermommy. I love the print, the ruffles, and the white top which I think balances the bright pants perfectly.

6. "Transparencies" Pendants - Craftster user TickleTickle has my heart stopping with these new pieces. They just bleed summer! Check out her other items at her etsy shop here. She's got an amazing talent.

7. Fairy Wings - Is summer really summer if you can't run around wearing fairy wings? These wings from The Long Thread look relatively easy to make and include a wand!

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