Keep the kids and family entertained and busy while you wait for the fireworks to begin! Enjoy these 10 Festive 4th of July Crafts!
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1. 4th of July Paper Lanterns
Here is a fun Kid’s Craft for your upcoming 4th of July Festivities-Summer Paper Lanterns, 4th of July Style.
2. Kids Blowers Patriotic Craft Idea
I am so excited about this 4th of July Craft Idea for your kids. These Patriotic Kids Blowers have been so much fun already. Whether you are having a Summer party or you are just looking for a great craft to make with your children. This one will blow them away.
3. Easy DIY Lanterns for 4th of July
I’m so excited about these quick festive Fourth of July projects I threw together for our kitchen the other day! I find great joy in decorating our home but when it happens easily and quickly (and cheaply), I get super giddy. 🙂
4. 4th of July Centerpieces
This year I made her some 4th of July decors centerpieces for her table. I am so pleased with the way they turned out. I am sharing the directions for making my easy 4th of July crafts so you can give it a try.
5. Painted Lawn Stars
The entire thing took about 30 minutes from beginning to end. A piece of old cardboard with a star cut out, some construction marking spray paint and lots of family on the front lawn.
6. July 4th Glow In The Dark Sensory Bottles
The cool part comes at night when they start to glow and the sparkles in the bottle look like fireworks! They are great to take with you to a fireworks show — the kids have something to keep their hands & eyes busy until the fireworks begin.
7. Shaving Cream Fireworks
These Shaving Cream Fireworks paintings were just as fun to make as they are to display! From a toddler to preschoolers, all my kids loved this cool process art project. It’s messy fun and doesn’t need very many supplies:
8. Star Spangled Slime
This is our first-ever attempt at SLIME!!! Little Brother has been begging to make some “goop” ever since he first played with it at preschool this past school year. I was inspired by the Polka Dot Slime from Fun at Home with Kids and decided that this star-spangled slime was the perfect way to start!
9. Patriotic Ribbon Wand
Once the glue has hardened, your patriotic ribbon wand is ready for some serious waving accompanied by whole-hearted belting-out singing at the top of your lungs.
10. 4th of July Yarn & Wood Star
You know I honestly and willfully tried not to do another yarn craft. I truly did. But yarn is in my crafty DNA makeup and if I can wrap something with yarn I am just gonna. And honestly, I thought this was not going to make my heart as happy as yarn usually does because I don’t typically associate yarn with summer…but THIS SO WORKS.