I haven’t been crafting nearly enough lately, but I thought I’d post some photos of recent projects over the past month. In the photo above, you can see the 2013 Canteen on the Fly t-shirt. It was a mostly blank canvas, and at each ice cream shop location, we setup a bunch of fabric markers to let kids create! I got in on the fun, and colored mine as shown above – I love pink and orange together! At the Westchester location, it inspired new Lower Junior Girl, Juliana to create a similar masterpiece! I’m excited we can match at camp this summer! Check out some awesome creations below…each one was totally unique!
Sisters Anna (3rd summer, Upper Inter) and Lindsay (2nd summer, Lower Inter) made multicolor creations on the Mainline
Dylan is a new Lower Inter Girl, she went for a tie-dye look on Long Island.
Noah is a 2nd year, Upper Junior Boy from NYC, he took a minimalist (maybe cubist?) approach.
Hannah is a new Upper Inter Girl from Blue Bell, I love the way the black, pink and yellow look!
New Upper Junior Girls Samantha & Sydney met at the Mainline event and colored together.
New Upper Inter Boy, Noah went for a striped motif in Westchester.
Last week while I was interviewing Art Students at Temple University, I happened to be there during a community event while they were making gifts for an after school program, and a senior center. In the photo below, balloons were used to make stress balls (which also happen to be great for students taking finals!) – how cute is the Minion stress ball?
This next project used an easy to follow template to weave two pieces of felt together into this adorable heart purse with a small wrist strap. It was fun to mix and match different color combinations.
Recently, 2013 Girls Bunk 6 had a reunion where they got crafty…they went to Make Meaning in NYC – a place that has soap, candle, ceramics , jewelry and tons more projects to enjoy! In the photo above, the girls have the candles they created in the polka dot bags.
The parents of Girls Bunk 6 had a great time getting together as well, and one of them is super crafty in her own right! Above is a photo of Jordyn, who will be returning to camp for her 3rd summer as an Upper Inter Girl, with her family. Her brother Jared will be a new Lower Junior Boy this summer, and he can’t wait! Every summer while Jordyn is at Canadensis, her mom Wendi takes some of the photos she’s in on the website and creates a unique way to show them off in her room, and it’s a surprise when Jordyn gets home! This year, Wendi made a #18325 (our camp zip code) full of photos to hang above her bed…so awesome!