*Go berry picking. Chose your best berry and throw it back into the berry bushes as thanks to the Goddess and the bushes (or just nature in general) for the fruit.
*Make a Wicker Man and burn him in your Litha bon fire
*Leave out milk and honey as an offering to the Fae folk
*Have a mock battle between the Oak and Holly King. Remember that this is part of the cycle and as the wheel turns the Holly King will rise again at Winter Solstice
*Make a charm to hang around your neck with a seashell
*Make your own Stonehendge at the beach like you would a sand castle
*Have an outdoor breakfast picnic to welcome the Solstice
*Stay up and watch the sun go down on the longest day of the year!
*Draw a picture of the sun at sunrise and sunset
*Try a fire divination, stare into the coals of your bonfire as it settles or look for forms in the leaping flames.
*Create a ritual to bring healing and love to Mother Earth
*Dispose of those qualities that trouble you: project them into a burn-able (bunch of dry twigs, paper, etc.) and thrust the mass into a cleansing fire
*make dream pillows
*make herb craft items like wreaths .