What Our Kids Made at Summer Camp: Proud Parents Posting Adorable Photos of Arts & Crafts on Social Media
As families have reunited across the country, parents have taken to social media with photos of the arts and crafts projects that have flooded their homes. From toy cars to jewelry, baked goods, and clothing, proud mothers and fathers have started posting their selfies.
Here are a few of this summer’s camp highlights; if you’d like to have your student’s masterpiece added to these greatest hits, tweet it out with the hashtag #SummerCampCrafts!
Some kids wanted to make a statement.
— Lance Finney (@LMFinney) June 30, 2017
Lighthouse Education shared these photos of their campers-turned-aliens.
— Lighthouse Education (@lighthouse_educ) August 9, 2017
— Jerilyn L. Mendoza (@JerilynLM) August 10, 2017
✨This dinosaur my kid made at camp ✨ pic.twitter.com/9wmgOYDvf6
— Maria (@MariaMelee) July 15, 2017
Some kids — and their parents — wanted to impress their favorite musical artists.
Can't wait for your show next weekend in Atlanta @AllTimeLow!
Look at the cookies our daughter made at cake camp!?♠️ #shespumped #alltimelow pic.twitter.com/dhULPjNeO4
— Jenny Alverson (@jennyalverson) July 28, 2017
— Dennis R. Hirschfelt (@DHirschfelt) July 12, 2017
Somewhat relevant to my last tweets, here are some of the buttons 8 yo daughter made this week at camp. ? pic.twitter.com/FG2k4F92dp
— Heather Ure (@riotheatherrr) July 23, 2017
My daughter made this at Master Chef camp. It is really good. Bechamel sauce from scratch and errrrrthang. pic.twitter.com/awqOjBsPYA
— Rebecca Angell (@bexangell) July 13, 2017
— Michael Hetzel (@mhphoto22) July 31, 2017
Even author Brad Meltzer had something to brag about.
At least one grandmother joined in on the fun, too.
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