Are you planning a little 4th of July get together with friends and family? Take some hints from Lisa Storms and check out her 4th of July Party Decor collection, complete with cute utensils, favors, and decorations.
Paint a beautiful, patriotic container for your Fourth of July fireworks. With an Uncle Sam pattern, this project will be done in no time.
Use this step-by-step sewing tutorial to create an American flag placemat for a patriotic centerpiece or make many for dinner guests on Independence Day. This 4th of July craft is great for outdoor barbecues and picnics.
Make your own party poppers filled with of candy or other prizes for a 4th of July party. Follow the instructions by Little Birdie Secrets to create patriotic party poppers filled with your favorite things.
Paint your own patriotic cupcake box in red, white, and blue, and keep whatever trinkets you want inside, from VOTE! pins to candy collected from a parade. These cupcakes are great 4th of July crafts for kids to do during their time off from school!
A few of these cute 4th of July Quilted Stars would be cute in a wreath, hung on the backs of chairs, or just hanging on the wall. July 4th crafts bring the patriotic spirit right into your home.
Make your tabletop shine with a homemade Embellished Patriotic Votive. Patriotic crafts are a great way to celebrate the Fourth of July. Make a bunch and lay them out on your table before a cookout or party.
If you're heading to a Fourth of July barbecue, you can't leave home without a Fourth of July Recycled Wine Carrier. Patriotic crafts are perfect for a celebration and will help bring the party to life. Best of all, the materials can come from your very own recycle bin.
This great Stars and Stripes Game Box is not only fun to play with -- it's fun and easy to make!
Use red, white and blue fabric scraps with exposed seams to give a patriotic pillow a chenille look. A yellow star embellishment turns this pillow into an homage to the American flag.