JULY 18TH, 2012 12:45PM PST 

Olympics themed craft projects, printables, activities and food ideas!

*Decorate gold medal cookies with a how-to and printable from One Charming Party.*Craft a rhinestone Olympics t-shirt with Ucreate.*Visit Fantasy Jr. for a printable summer Olympics bingo game.*Craft paper plate Olympic rings with Learn Create Love.
*Whip up an Olympic rings pizza with lmnopeas on Instructables.*Learn how to make canning lid gold medals on Ucreate.*Make Olympic rings artwork with Ucreate.*Craft a clay Olympic medal with Cindy Hopper on Alphamom.
*Get a set of London 2012 Olympic party printables from Mirabelle Creations.*Make a decorative Olympic torch centerpiece with Ucreate.*Create an embroidered Olympic rings t-shirt with Boy, Oh Boy, Oh Boy! on Brassy Apple.*Celebrate the Olympics with this British flag craft on Kid's Activities Blog.
*Hold a Lego track and field mini Olympics with Rachel Meeks on AlphaMom.*Learn how to make a set of giant Olympic rings on Ucreate.*Create Olympic donuts with Confetti Sunshine on Whatever Dee Dee Wants.*Assemble an Olympic torch breakfast with Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons.
*Host your own backyard Olympic games with ideas on Ucreate.*Assemble an Oreo gold medal Olympics dessert with Mirabelle Creations.*Decorate Olympic ring sugar cookies with The Decorated Cookie on Bird's Party.*Throwing an Olympics party? Check out this Olympics themed birthday party on Hostess With the Mostess.
*Get a set of London olympics 2012 party printables on Fantasy Jr.*Craft a pocket sized olympic flag bunting with alialexander on Instructables.*Craft a laurel wreath with Kids Activities Blog.*Recreate the changing of the guard with clothespin soldiers on Paging Supermom.
*Practice color sorting with the olympic rings and Kids Activities Blog.*Craft an olympic team flag with One Charming Party.*Make a go for gold plush olympic torch and medal with a how-to from Sew Can Do.*Make a jar lid gold medal with Paging Supermom.

One Response to “Olympics Craft, Food, and Party Roundup”

  1. LizA Says:

    Oh yikes! Be careful how you use the Big O — the USOC went after Ravelry not long ago. They don’t like that term being used, without a fee.

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