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Join me for a low-tech summer vacation! — Yellow Tennessee

Join me for a low-tech summer vacation!

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School is almost out and we’re counting down the minutes! I am actually looking forward to summer break- with my new job, I I feel like I’m missing out on so much so I can’t wait to reconnect and get back into the groove!
My boys love to watch videos on youtube and play Skylanders on the Wii but this summer we are putting the devices down and joining the Low-Tech Summer movement! We’re going to have some “old school” summer fun!

Country Woman, the #1 women’s lifesyle magazine for woman who live in or long for the country, has a great list of ideas on how to impliment your own Low Tech Summer:

Bug Jars: This fun craft provides the perfect place for bug-loving kids to safely study their insect friends.




Easy Friendship Bracelets: Have fun with the kids making these super-easy friendship bracelets they can wear or give as gifts to their friends.


DIY Bubble Solution and Wands: Kids will be forever blowing bubbles with this quick and easy DIY bubble solution and DIY bubble wands made of pipe cleaners.


DIY Flip-Flops with Balloons: Craft DIY Flip-Flops for summer using ordinary flip-flops and colorful balloons.

Simple Sachets or Beanbags: Upcycle fabric scraps into sweet sachets or fun beanbags for kids.

Any big summer plans in your house? Let me know your ideas, I’d love to share them with my own kids! Check out Country Living for more summer craft and fun ideas!

About Heather Stevens

Heather is a Michigan mom of two awesome boys and married to her High School sweetheart. When she is not blogging she is getting into mischief and blaming it on the dog, packing Angry Birds in her husband's lunch, and crying about getting older.