25 4th of July Crafts for Kids

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4th of july crafts

 

4th of July is a special holiday. To me it’s a holiday that is meant to celebrate and have fun in every way possible! We are free and we need to rejoice in it. When you become a mom or have little ones in your life the way you celebrate things become a little different. My three little ones (even my one year old) loves doing crafts. If they can create something that’s special and unique to them then it’s the best day ever. At least that’s what my son told me one day when we did a couple of crafts one day. With 4th of July just around the corner I began searching the web for new and different crafts to do with them. Bellow you will find a list of some of my favorites. 

1. Fire Cracker Tie Dye T Shirt
2. Patriotic Mason Jar Luminaries
3. Patriotic Front Door Decor
4. Fireworks on Paper
5. Patriotic Paper Flowers
6. Sidewalk Chalk Stars
7. Patriotic Tie Dye Pillow
8. Fabric Wreath
9. Tissue Paper Stars
10. Patriotic Centerpieces and Favors
11. Tin Can Windsocks
12. Paper Plate Uncle Sam
13. 4th of July Can Coolers
14. Red White and Blue Button Bracelet
15. Marbled Fireworks
16. Blue Striped Cloth Napkins
17. DIY Dress
18. Bandana Place Settings
19. Patriotic Rope Wreath
20. 4th of July Manicure
21. Wooden Star Clips
22. Paper Straw Rocket
23. Star Cookie Cutter Prints
24. Patriotic Starburst
25. Tinted Mason Jars

I plan on doing a few of these for them to enjoy and a couple for them to hand out to their grandparents. Are you going to do one of these? If so which one? Or do you do something different? I would love to hear from you!!

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Comments

  1. says

    Thanks for sharing such great craft ideas! My boys and I love to make new things. These would work great in my busy boxes I put together for my kids.

    Glad to meet up with you via Titus Tuesdays!

    Heather

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