Tired of your tablecloth, napkins, and plates blowing away on summer day picnics? Fix the problem with these cute and quick Summer Picnic Clips. Perfect for preschool and elementary-aged children, this craft allows your children to creatively paint stones found in your backyard. Attached to clothespins and clipped to a tablecloth or paper product, you are sure to hold on to your belongings on even the windiest of days. So get painting and go have a picnic!

What you'll need:

  • 8 clothespins
  • 8 smooth, flat rocks
  • various colors of acrylic craft paint
  • paintbrushes
  • glue (either hot glue or tacky glue)
How to make your glow lantern craft:
  1. With the acrylic paint and paintbrushes, paint flowers, bugs, trees, or any other design on your rocks. Allow the rocks to dry completely. (see photos)
  2. If desired, use the acrylic paint to paint the clothespins. Allow the paint to dry. (see photos)
  3. Once the rocks and clothespins are completely dry, glue the rock to the end of the clothespin that opens up. Allow glue to dry completely for 24 hours before using. (see photos)
  4. Your Summer Picnic Clips are now complete. Pack a picnic lunch and enjoy your worry-free picnic!
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