7 Easy Crafts for the 4th of July

We’re gearing up for the 4th of July, and we’ve gathered some our favorite crafts to dress up family celebrations.

4th of July bunting
via alphamom

The stars on this simple burlap bunting are created by stamping starfruits dipped in acrylic or fabric paint. Simple, quick, and you can eat the left-over art materials!

Coffee Filter Fireworks
via Crafts by Amanda

A bunch of these coffee filter fireworks would make a great table decoration for a 4th of July barbecue.

White chocolate strawberries
via The Sisters Cafe

Red, white, and blue strawberries make a cute and easy dessert. The tutorial calls for white chocolate, but you can replace with white candy melts for easier dipping.

Firework Pom Poms
via Make and Takes

These crafty 4th of July firework pom poms are fun for kids to make and to play with!

DIY Firework Stamps
via The Mother Huddle

These adorable firework shirts are stamped with chenille stems dipped in fabric paint. Or use the same technique on paper with regular washable paint for a toddler-friendly art project.

4th of July noisemaker
via Family Chic by Camilla Fabbri

These clever noisemakers are made from wooden spatulas tied with bells. Just thread fabric through the holes in the spatula to tie the bells on.

Rocket Kit
via Kiwi Crate

For a fun summer party craft, check out Kiwi Crate’s straw rocket party packs. Up, up, and away!

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2 Replies to “7 Easy Crafts for the 4th of July”

  1. Oh my gosh, my little boy would love those straw party rockets! This round-up has some really unique and fun ideas for kids. I love it! And I’m glad you liked the 4th of July Strawberries. They are a favorite around my house. Have a happy 4th!

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