16 Fun 4th of July Crafts for Kids

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With the 4th of July right around the corner, we’re getting our craft supplies ready to display our American pride. Round up the kids and get crafting with these patriotic DIYs we found!

Crafters of all ages will enjoy getting ready for Independence Day with these easy, and fun red, white and blue crafts. Plus you can leave them out all year long and show everyone just how much you love the USA!

1. Patriotic Pinwheel Decorations

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We’ve already done this great DIY, but we figured we would pull it back out of hiding just in time for the 4th! Make them in Red, White and Blue to really show your love for the nation.

2. Dish Brush Fireworks

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We can’t wait to see the fireworks this 4th, so we figured why not start early! Grab an old kitchen dish brush and some festive paint to do Sassy Dealz great DIY!

3. Firecracker Tie Dye Patriotic T-Shirt

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The summer wouldn’t be the same without some good old tie dye, and Rocket Pops are always an Independence Day fave. So why not get into the spirit with I Love to Create.com’s Blog DIY.

4. Easy Jar Candle Craft

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You really can’t mess up this Jar Candle from Fantastic Fun and Learning. It’s perfect for even the littlest of crafters, and will make great decorations for your patriotic party.

5. Patriotic Flowers

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We can’t wait to try this science experiment from Artful Parent out! Who doesn’t want a craft that helps the kids learn a thing or two?

6. Handprint Flag T-Shirt

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Be Different Act Normal definitely knows how to be patriotic and personal. Their handprint flag shirt is a great way to make your kids feel special. Plus making a shirt bigger than they are now means they can wear it for a few 4th’s!

7. Patriotic Lantern

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We have tons of constructions paper lying around, so we figured this lantern from Kids Activities Blog might be a great way to stay in the 4th of July spirit while also making use of what we have.

8. Pony Bead American Flag

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Another craft perfect for little fingers, this Pony Bead Flag from Reading Confetti won’t take any time at all.

9. Paper Plate Uncle Sam

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Of course we had to add an Uncle Sam Craft. Spoonful’s paper plate Uncle Sam is a perfect replication, complete with a cotton-ball beard.

10. Patriotic Glasses

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We’re ready for the parade with these stylish glasses. Southern Yaknkee Mix used glasses without lenses, but we’re thinking about changing it up with sunglasses instead so we can insure we won’t miss any floats that come our way.

11. Patriotic Cup

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This cute guy, courtesy of Easy Crafts for Kids would make a great centerpiece for our 4th party, or even just a patriotic friend to have around the house.

12. Red, White & Blue Beaded Sun Catchers

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This simple craft is perfect to hang for the 4th of July, and keep out all summer long. You can hang these in your windows, or get really creative like Beneath my Heart, and make a mobile.

13. Easy Stars and Stripes Necklace

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Another simple craft to do with the kids, we love this stars and stripes necklace from Baby Center. We’re thinking this could also make a very festive garland too…

14. Paper Plate Patriotic Hat

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Tutus & Tea Parties has the perfect idea for adding some patriotism into your Independence Day attire. This paper plate hat, is easy, and the perfect craft to do with the kids before the big day.

15. Patriotic Bubble Blowers Craft

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We’re obsessed with paper straws, and Pint Sized Treasures is on board with us as well. These Bubble Blowers are perfect for any summer afternoon, but with red, white and blue straws we can show our national pride, while we play!

16. Fireworks Rings

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Just a few simple pipe cleaners can make these sparkling bursts your latest accessory. Fantastic Fun and Learning made theirs with red and silver, but were thinking about adding blue and making them a triple threat!

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