4th of July Crafts for Kids

By Catherine |

With the 4th of July just around the corner (and kids home from school and getting antsy) I thought this would be a great time to share some cute and fun crafts you can do with your kids to celebrate this wonderful American holiday.

The 4th of July is such a fun holiday and the kids are sure to love these patriotic crafts. I know my preschool daughter and I will enjoy doing these crafts! I think that decorating the bikes and having a block parade with neighborhood kids would be a blast and I can just picture her dancing around with that crown on and waving those patriotic wands!

Happy Independence Day to all you Shopping (and crafting) Mamas and kids!

4th of July crafts for kids

 

1. Firecracker Crowns (Spoonful)

2. Tie Dyed Shirt (I love to create)

3. Sidewalk Chalk Stars (Alpha Mom)

4. Popsicle Stick Flags (Ginger Snap Crafts)

5. Decorative Bike Parade (Martha Stewart)

6. Beaded Suncatcher (Thirty Handmade Days)

7. Confetti Rockets (Alpha Mom)

8. Patriotic Wands (Buggy and Buddy)

9. Patriotic Candle Holder (My Little Me)

10. Firework Painting (Juggling With Kids)

Catherine

Catherine

Catherine is an Air Force wife living overseas in Germany with a 4 year old little girl and pregnant with a little mister, due in September. She loves taking photographs and documenting her family's adventures on her blog No Wooden Spoons.

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  1. 1.
    Arlene S.

    I am loving the bike, the fire works painting and the popsicle stick flags! All things I can actually do at home! These are great, thanks for sharing!

  2. 2.

    Thank you for sharing our firework paintings! :-)

  3. 3.

    These are great! We are going to do the Tie-dye shirts and the patriotic wands! Thanks so much for sharing!

  4. 4.
    vickie couturier

    I love that tee shirt,,that would be a nice family shirt to make for us all to wear

  5. 5.
    Jodi Majerus

    Love the cute wand! The dowel(s) split when I screwed the eye into the end. Any suggestions?

  6. 6.
    Abby B.

    I’m taking note of these for next year! What cute ideas.

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