Decorate your 4th of July celebration with this 4th of July craft idea by Vicki O'Dell. Just paint some dowel rods in red, white, and blue, and you'll have your own July 4th firecracker decorations.
See the sky light up before the fireworks eve start with this 4th of July Kaleidoscope. Made with colorful beads and a cardboard tube, this easy DIY game is a great one to give to kids when you're waiting for the fireworks to start.
Here's a patriotic project for you: a wooden bracelet all decked out in shining paint colors of the American flag.
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.
Create the perfect 4th of July picture frame or Memorial Day picture frame with this patriotic craft project. Felt stickers make for a quick and easy craft project.
This Piggy Bank - Stars for Boys craft is perfect as a fourth of July children craft. Keep the kids busy and happy as they make these piggy banks together. They will learn social skills as they simultaneously express creativity.
Iron-on thread allows you to decorate plain tennis shoes for any occasion. Try red, white, and blue thread to make these 4th of July shoes. For this 4th of July craft, just grab your iron and your patriotism!
Give your child's denim jacket a face lift for the 4th of July. This crocheted flag on a jacket features metallic threads for the stripes and buttons for stars, the perfect July 4th craft for a child to wear.
Create a star-spangled banner for quick and easy 4 of july decorating ideas. This 4th of July craft project by Chasity Gordon requires no sewing!
This colorful Fireworks Fourth of July Tote would make the perfect bright accessory to a fourth of July parade. The best part? The red-and-white pattern make it a cute tote for any day of the week.