My 4 year old daughter asked to have a lemonade stand in our front yard, as we’ve not done that yet. It turned out so cute!! I asked her how much we should sell lemonade for and she said we should give it for free to be nice neighbors since it’s so hot outside! (Awwww!) It has been hot out! 115* in Los Angeles last week! Eek! We did not end up getting many visitors to our lemonade stand, but we had a friend over and it was still a good time! What’s nice about this little set up is that I had all of the supplies on hand, other than the cookies and the flowers. I found some great free printables online, which I’ll show you below! To start, I made the lemonade banner out of card stock, left over glitter letters and fringe garland. If you’re looking to make your own easy party banner, check out my tutorial post here!
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I found a free lemon garland printable from Chicfetti that strung along our cart. I placed balloons and honeycombs in the bottom. You can find the honeybombs on Amazon! (And it’s Amazon Prime Day ya’ll!! Get those deals!) The cookies and flowers were from a local grocery store. I cut lemons and put them in the vase with the flowers! The cookies were Pink Lemonade flavor!
I found this gorgeous lemonade sign from Making Lemonade blog as a free printable!
These darling boxes also were free printables at Little Luxuries Loft. It was a template that you print, cut out and use double sided tape or glue to stick together. Inside, I put pre-packaged bags of Keebler cookies. Are they not the cutest?!
Ellie and her friend had a grand time drinking lemonade and shouting “Free Lemonade!” to everyone they saw. Ha! Did you have a lemonade stand for your little ones this summer? It’s going to have to be a tradition from here on out for us! But next time, maybe we’ll charge. Haha! Thanks for stopping by!