30 Printable Road Trip Games for Your Kids

Road trips in the summer are one of the great American pastimes. The kids are out of school and there’s no more snow on the road. Millions of American families take advantage of this and pack up and head to a national park, local campsite, or a fun city for some sightseeing.

30 Printable Road Trip Games for Kids - FREE

But the drive to your destination is not always the most entertaining part. In fact, sometimes it can be downright boring. Hundreds of miles of straight, flat roads will test anyone’s attention span, especially a kid’s. With no internet they will surely start to get antsy and you’ll wish you had thought ahead about how to keep them entertained. Luckily, I have just the thing! Thanks to The Zebra, I’m able to share with you a set of 30 road trip printable games that are sure to keep the whole family entertained.

From classics like “I Spy” and the license plate game to road trip fill-in-the-blanks and a word search, your kids will have plenty to do! The printables also come with a safety checklist, emergency contact list, packing checklist, and car preparation checklist. After filling these checklists out, you’ll be more than prepped for a great road trip! You can download all the printables here.


Organized Sewing

If you know me, I LOVE organizing...bits, bobbles, clothes, shoes, pantry items, toys, washi tape, etc. There are certain areas that get pushed aside until I just can't take it anymore. Sewing is a newer hobby of mine but I should really preface that with, I sew PAPER, not clothing. This bag of stuff slowly accumulated and I needed a better solution, so off to the store I went.

Organized Sewing - LeroyLime

You can find this ArtBin Sew-lutions box pretty much anywhere sewing supplies are sold, I think I picked mine up from Michael's, isn't the name catchy? Sew-lutions. Genius!

Organized Sewing - LeroyLime

I color coordinated my bobbins and added all the little bits to the clear lidded box and now my sewing stuff is much easier to untangle. My large spools of thread are still in their zip lock baggie, until I find a new solution but at least my bobbins are enjoying their color coordinated home.

Organized Sewing - LeroyLime

Link your sewing organizational tips and posts in the comments below, I'd love to check them out!

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DIY Marbled Paper

Marbled paper has been everywhere lately. From wedding decor to home accents, this trendy and stylish look is one that’s not going away anytime soon. If you’re looking for a fun project you can occupy the kids with that will double as decor or gifts, look no farther. Marbling paper is a fun way to recreate this trendy look at home.

how to marble paper : DIY with LeroyLime

To help you get started, FTD walks you through how to marble paper in 7 super simple steps. An added bonus? You probably already have most of the materials at home. This is a fun craft to get creative with. You can transform simple white piece of cardstock into a work of art by exploring different color schemes and trying new patterns.

So what are you waiting for? Let the marbling begin!

how to marble paper materials : LeroyLime

Materials: Baking sheet Shaving cream (must be foam not gel) Watercolors and acrylic paint Cardstock Paintbrush Dropper Scraper (paint scraper, ruler or any flat edge) Step 1: Fill the baking sheet with shaving cream.

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 Step 2: Smooth out the surface of the shaving cream.

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 Step 3: Add in two to three colors with a dropper.

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 Step 4: Swirl the colors in a figure 8 pattern.

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 Step 5: Lightly press the cardstock into the shaving cream.

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 Step 6: Remove and scrape off the extra shaving cream.

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Step 7: Let dry and put on display!

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