Fun Arts and Crafts

Arts and Crafts ActivitiesHere is one of the arts and crafts activities the girls enjoyed this summer at camp.

Can you tell what it is?  Pine cones tied to a branch with string— it’s a mobile.  What’s fun is using different sized pine cones and then arranging them with different lengths of string.  When the stick has more than one branching part, even better!  This kind of craft activities is really like making a sculpture.  It’s putting three-dimensional objects together to end up with some cool art. One girl turned her mobile into a bird feeder by adding some peanut butter and birdseed to the pine cones. Functional art too!  Arts and crafts are always fun at camp.

Take a look!

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  1. Ethan
    11 years ago

    It’s really fun to see these kind crafts… I have one more Suggestion for this Camping. I have purchased a book called “NO PROPS” recently and it is really helpful and entertaining. The book explains the activities very simply and the drawings give you an suggestion on how to sort out the group and activity. I am looking ahead to using some of the activities for our next camp.
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