Guess what?! Our friends at the Seattle Children’s Museum is getting into the springtime fun by having a Lemonade Stand Day on Monday, May 4th! One thing Play.Create. Grow. loves is a nice cold glass of lemonade. We encourage you to get the kids and have your very own Lemonade Stand on Monday! And to get you started we have a fun Smiling Lemonade Pitcher project, so when you serve your delicious lemonade, it is in something adorable and fun.
Glass or plastic pitcher
1 small foam lemon cut in half
2 wiggle eyes
Black craft foam
Black and yellow oil based Sharpie
Alleene’s Tacky Adhesive Dots
Carefully cut foam lemons in half. Place a glue dot behind wiggle eyes and place on lemon. Place 2 glue dots to back of lemons and place on pitcher. Cut a smiley face from black craft foam. Place glue dots to backside of smile and place on pitcher. Apply lemon indentions to each side of your family face using yellow marker pen. Add black dots next to your yellow dot and black lashes to the top of your lemon eyes.
Fill jar with your favorite lemonade recipe and enjoy serving a cup or two to all your customers.
Note: Paint Pen designs can be removed from your glass pitcher with a Magic eraser.
We hope that you enjoy this awesome lemonade fun! Keep an eye out for more fun lemonade projects…because August 20th is NATIONAL LEMONADE DAY!
And if you happen to be a Seattle Play.Create.Grow. family member, make sure to stop by the Seattle Children’s Museum for Lemonade Stand Day this Monday! Check out the link for more info below.