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Summer Bucket List Printable DIY
Schools across the country are ringing the final bell, and it’s time to start planning ways to keep our children busy. I like to plan activities in advance, yet I like “spontaneously” discovering something fun to do. I try to use a list to blend spontaneous activities with the planned stuff to brainstorm fun ways to get outside and spend together as a family. Bucket lists are quite popular and can be fun if you include your family when you create the listing. For this DIY tutorial, I’m going to show you how to create a fun conversation piece in your home for your family for under $2.
• 8.5 x 11 certificate photo frame. I found mine at a dollar store.
• Dry erase markers
• Printer with ink for the printable below
There are three different ways you can do this DIY.
It is based on your personal tastes and interests. First up, I created a summer bucket list that is already filled out with ideas for the upcoming season. Are you at a loss on ideas and need some help? Then, choose this one! From baking to bubbles, there are a variety of fun summertime activities for your family no matter what age.
The next way is to download the blank version.
You can customize it with your own ideas and plans and check off each task as you go! Don’t forget that dry erase markers can write on the glass and do not leave marks. It’s the perfect temporary way to customize a framed printable.
I created a sample with even more family bucket list ideas.
Water balloons, visit a theme park, and plan a party are all at the top of my list. The third way is to download the image file and open it in Picmonkey. Use Picmonkey’s editing tools to add your own text to create your very own bucket list!
You can download your Summer Bucket List Printable below:
Each printable is 8 x 10, but I print them on 8.5 x 11 computer paper. They are PNG files and can stretch to fit or be sized smaller with your printer if necessary.