Posts Tagged ‘Printables’

I hope everyone is keeping busy but also just enjoying and relaxing the summer weather. During this summer, my eldest took an online summer Japanese class, which kept her pretty busy this past summer. Now that we are preparing for the new school year, I told her and my little one that this week is our stay-at-home summer vacation.

Spending time with the kids can be fun while somedays it can be challenging to keep them entertained. Since it is summer, I decided to create some activities for them with a “bohemian summer” theme. I always try to find things that will keep them occupied for a good half an hour. So, I combined dot-to-dot, cut-out, and write-a-card activities – all into one! I made this printable for kids, but surely adults can enjoy this little activity too.

Feel free to download the connect the dots printable and have a summer craft time with your family. Once you connect the dots, cut along the lines to make an ice cream card. While cutting your card, cut inside the dots and lines for better results! (These are only for personal use only.) And follow me on my Instagram account @byasamihasegawa for more tips and more.


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Ever wish you could fly on a hot air balloon and travel to Paris? Well, the reality is that an airplane is probably the safest and fastest way to get somewhere. The incredible thing is that we can always imagine and creatively update our surroundings.

Hot Air Balloon Printable
Hot Air Balloon Printable

My daughters love things that fly – balloons, bubbles, birds, butterflies… and they learned about a hot air balloon when watching Kiki’s Delivery Service. They are in love with the movie so much and asked me to make a red ribbon headband, which I may do a tutorial someday. With this hot air balloon printable, you can put it on your wall or even make a garland, if you feel festive. I also made a cake topper by gluing (or taping) the hot air balloons onto a dowel and it can certainly be a really easy craft to do with the kids.

Download the printable and cut each hot air balloon illustrations along the dotted blue line! I laminate most of my printable, so they are sturdy enough and can be used again, over and over. (These are only for personal use only.) And follow me on my Instagram account @byasamihasegawa for more tips and more.


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All downloads are for personal, non-commercial use only. Please do not redistribute and/or modify any of the downloads. Please link to this post if sharing, and not directly to the pdf file. Thank you. © Asami Hasegawa