Fourth of July Crafts

I hope these Fourth of July crafts will inspire you to decorate your home with some cute patriotic projects.

Independence Day is a time of celebration… packed with of family parties and barbecues, fireworks, and a chance to show off our patriotism. You will find many fun crafts to do with the kids, and cool jewelry and accessories to wear. It is fun to do crafts with children during this time of year. Since its summer break, it is nice to keep up with some arts and crafts! Not to mention it is a good opportunity to talk about patriotism and teach them a bit about our history while crafting.

Many projects can be displayed or worn for our many patriotic holidays, including Memorial Day and Labor Day. God Bless America!!

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American Flag Beaded Safety Pin - Seed beads are threaded on to safety pins to create an American flag pattern.

American Flag Coasters - Yarn is threaded through plastic canvas to make an American flag pattern.

Baby Jar Craft Holder - You can hang these jars on branches of a tree or along your deck. Use a real tealight or try a flameless battery operated votive.

Buffet Silverware Holder - Soup cans are recycled to make this American Flag silverware holder to hold your forks, knives, and spoons at your summer barbecue.

Fourth of July Bracelet - Polymer clay is formed into an American flag cane to create flag beads for a bracelet, necklace, or earrings.

Fourth of July Sand Art - Colored sand is layered in glass vases to create the perfect candle holder.

Fourth of July Wreath - Learn how to decorate a grapevine wreath to create a beautiful patriotic door hanging.

Patriotic Gel Candles - Red, blue, and clear gel wax is layered to make these easy striped candles.

Patriotic Hair Band - Bits of red, white, and blue ribbon are tied onto an elastic band to make a festive ponytail holder.

Patriotic Mobile Craft - Here's another recycled craft using soup can lids. They are painted and threaded to make a pretty mobile.

Tin Can Luminaries - Soups cans are recycled to make these cute luminaries. Nails are used to punch holes in the sides and a candle is added.

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