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DIY: Summer Passport

 

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Want to add a little more fun to your summer? Download and print a summer passport to track all of your fun summer activities.

I am hip deep in boxes, paper, and packing tape. Moving is a big task. The amount of stuff to come out of my little studio itself is bewildering. Boy do I know how to pack it in! But I need to pop in and tell you about a fun post series over at 30 Handmade Days. I am guest posting over there today with a 2011 Summer Calendar free download.  Head over there and check it out! I have a bonus freebie here on my blog and they go together like sunshine and popsicles.

I made a printable summer passport with everything you’ll need to make as many summer passports as you want. PDF file include the cover, interior pages, page of stickers, and a little sheet of instructions. Then when you are done planning your summer activities on your calendar, bring your passports with you and keep a little memory book of all the fun! The pages each have a pocket to store ticket stubs or other little mementos and you can add as many pages as you want to your passport.

Have fun finding something for each activity to “stamp” your passport with. I also include a sheet that can be printed on sticker paper if you want to use those are your marking. Enjoy!
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To download this for your personal use only (meaning please don’t sell them) just option-click (mac) or right-click (pc) on the [Summer Passport PDF] link and it will be saved to your desktop. Just open the file and follow the instructions on the first page. Have a great summer!

I’ll be back to more regular posting as soon as possible.

  • Quinn - SOOOOOOO adorable, Heather!!! I just love your designs and creativity! I hope moving is going well. It sounds SO overwhelming. My heart is out to you right now… xoxoReplyCancel

  • Kat - What a GREAT way to document the summer events!

    Thank you!!!ReplyCancel

  • Your Retail Helper - Awesome! Thanks for sharing. I made three for our kids. We’re already having fun brainstorming what we’ll do during Summer break. I’m definitely going to be sharing your link on my site!ReplyCancel

  • Free Summer Passport Printable | SheSaved® - […] in free stuff Head over and download a Free Summer Passport Printable! […]ReplyCancel

  • angela - booo, it says it is corrupt or damaged… :(ReplyCancel

    • Heather - Hi Angela, Hmmm. It’s working for me. Sorry you are having a problem downloading. Maybe try clearing your cache and trying again?ReplyCancel

  • Heather W. - Thank you so much for this printable! This is the best passport format Ive found so far! I am using this with my own kids this summer. I was wondering if I could also use the pages for my girl scout brownies this fall? Our first meeting we are supposed to make passports. I would love to have them make their own covers but have these pages to put inside. I think they will love the look of the pages but will still be able to make them personalized.ReplyCancel

  • Summer Travel with Kids | Real Life, Real Mom, Unto the Lord - […] Passport: Fun for elementary age up, you can check out the printable passport from The Modern Hive, a free printable. Get stickers for areas traveled or maybe a special picture […]ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie - I am having trouble downloading your awesome summer passport template – I have tried clearing out my cache as suggested but it didn’t work. Any chance you would be willing to email to me directly?ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer Anderson - Hi Heather! Thank you so much for this free printable. Is there was way to make some changes to the wording? I am the Activities Director at a Personal Care Community and I am doing a travel week with the residents! I appreciate it!ReplyCancel

  • Summer Activity Stamps for a "Passport" – Line upon Line Learning - […] keep track of our summer fun was create a simple passport for her! I found the passport itself on Heather Carson’s blog and then I made our own set of “stamps” to put in it. I wanted specific images of […]ReplyCancel

  • Mapping Out A Social Studies Summer Plan – Charleston Promise Neighborhood - […] Create a “Summer Passport”: Whether you are going on vacation or to the grocery store, helping your child learn about passports and travel can be fun and important. Creating this DIY passport will be a great educational tool, and at the end of summer, you and your child can look back and have a homemade memory book to reminisce on and keep! Here is a link to a free printable to complete your passport, or if you are feeling very creative, you can compile one organically from scratch! http://www.heathercarson.net/summer-fun-and-a-freebie/ […]ReplyCancel

  • Mapping Out A Social Studies Summer Plan | Charleston Promise Neighborhood - […] Create a “Summer Passport”: Whether you are going on vacation or to the grocery store, helping your child learn about passports and travel can be fun and important. Creating this DIY passport will be a great educational tool, and at the end of summer, you and your child can look back and have a homemade memory book to reminisce on and keep! Here is a link to a free printable to complete your passport, or if you are feeling very creative, you can compile one organically from scratch! http://www.heathercarson.net/summer-fun-and-a-freebie/ […]ReplyCancel

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