Stacked clay pots painted in stars and stripes become patriotic candleholders. These are a great addition to your July 4th centerpieces.
Here's a fun no-sew quilt block you can attach to a quilted background. Use your child's drawing printed onto muslin, or create your own design on a piece of fabric. When you add beads, tape and thread, the result is 3-dimensional fun.
This patriotic American flag project is the perfect craft for kids and adults. It's easy, inexpensive, and a great way to show off your national pride.
These colorful stars and stripes planters are perfect for a patriotic party or any summer garden.
Wreaths are a great idea for homemade 4th of July decorations. This has features striped ribbon and paper stars in red, white and blue.
Create a star pinwheel with patriotic paper for a fun 4th of July craft project. Stick into your garden or planters for outdoor decoration this holiday.
The advent of warm weather is the perfect time to start working on Fourth of July crafts. You can certainly work on them year-round, but crafts for Fourth of July seem to be top-of-mind once Memorial Day has passed.
If you've ever wanted to know how to make bath scrubs, this is the project for you. Combine glycerin soap, white sugar and delicious fragrances to create your own Patriotic Bath Scrubs.
Use sheets of red, white and blue felt to create a quick and easy 4th of July craft garland. This easy July 4th garland is a fun way to decorate for the holiday.
Celebrate America with this fun Patriotic 4th of July Banner. Made using red, white, and blue card stock, this banner is lightweight and great for indoor and outdoor decorating. This is also a fun 4th of July project for kids to do with their parents. You can use this banner to add a patriotic touch to your outdoor BBQ or to just celebrate America any time from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Great for crafters of all skill levels, this project is easy and fun and is a great way to spend a lazy crafter-noon!