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BLOG ROUND UP: Fourth of July Crafts (for Kids!)

on July 1, 2014

fourth of july roundup


Fourth of July is fast approaching, which means plenty of barbecues, picnics, and beach! We rounded up a few of our favorite Fourth crafts to keep kids occupied during the festivities. What do you do at your BBQs?

Stars and Stripes Bean Bag Toss {Repeat Crafter Me}

This easy craft doubles as a game when finished! All you need is some cloth, beans, and a cardboard box. So cute!

Handprint American Flags {Reading Confetti}

This easy handprint craft is also a keepsake! You can make it on a t-shirt (as featured), or on a piece of paper to use as decoration. Either way, it is cute and simple!

Fireworks Ring {Fantastic Fun and Learning}

All you need to make these cute rings are pipe-cleaners! Pick ones in sparkly red, white, and blue. So easy!

Tissue Paper Flag {I Heart Crafty Things}

This flag is great for younger children, since all you need to do is rip and glue tissue paper! Add metallic star stickers, and your flag is finished!

Patriotic Windsock {Five Crafty Sisters}

The base of this windsock is something you probably already have lying around—plastic cups! You can use blue or red, and then add tissue paper streamers.


BONUS: Outside Games {The Crafty Crow}


The basis of many of these games are old water bottles! Super easy DIYs to have set up for Fourth of July, or any outside event!


Have a great holiday filled with friends, family, and fun!


5 responses to “BLOG ROUND UP: Fourth of July Crafts (for Kids!)

  1. Theresa Moeggenberg says:

    We like to take black construction paper with glue and glitter to make cool fireworks place mats.

  2. Gabriella says:

    I love the firework rings!

  3. segmation says:

    Isn’t 4th of July fun with all the crafts one can do!

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