Fourth of July Crafts

What better way to celebrate our Independence Day than with some Fourth of July crafts.
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Check out the many ways you can bring red, white, and blue into your home!

These 2X4 Flags from How Does She? featured on Skip To My Lou are adorable. Definitely screams Fourth of July!

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Also featured on Skip To My Lou, Not Just A Housewife shows how to make these festive Clay Bracelets.

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These Flowing Ribbon Bracelets from Dollar Store Crafts (also featured on Skip To My Lou) are cheap and easy to make and are a great way to show some Fourth of July pride!

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If you’re having a party, these Rocket Favors from Martha Stewart just might be your party favor answer. The cute designs are printable clip art!

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Now this Handprint Flag from Serendipity is sure to be a proud display for more reasons than one.

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I have no doubt that older kids would have a blast making these Firecrackers from Real Simple.

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These Star Topiaries from Simply Designing might be better for Mama’s hands. Aren’t they so cute?

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My son LOVES pop rockets so I have no doubt he would love making these Fourth of July Confetti Popper Rockets from Alpha Mom. I think the mess would be worth it.

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These Drinking Straw Ornaments from Preschool Crafts for Kids look like fireworks! So cute!

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Little hands will love making this Paper Plate Uncle Sam from Kaboose. It’s a perfect Fourth of July Craft!

Have a happy Fourth of July!

For more posts written by me, visit my personal blog, I Believe In Love. For more Fourth of July inspired posts, visit…

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