These July 4th chair covers are the perfect way to make your 4th of July celebration festive. Add this easy, no-sew project to your list of 4th of July crafts to make this year, and watch the fireworks in style.
Use recycled oatmeal containers and bathroom tissue tubes to create patriotic decorations AND a fun game for kids on the 4th of July.
Show your friends how much your country means to you by making Fourth of July Layered Soap from Bramble Berry. Once you've learned how to make soap, get creative and change the colors to create more glittery possibilities.
Show your pride during the next patriotic holiday with a simple decorative wreath. This craft uses yarn, so it's easy to work with and allows you to put your own festive touches on it.
This great Stars and Stripes Game Box is not only fun to play with -- it's fun and easy to make!
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!
Need a creative, crafty way to hold your napkins and silverware at your 4th of July party? Try these fourth of July felt and button star napkin rings! They are not only decorative, but they are also patriotic.
Seasonal salt and pepper shakers can be cute but expensive! For awesome salt and pepper shakers you can make yourself, try creating these Gingham Salt and Pepper Shakers for patriotic holidays using the Flip Pal Mobile Scanner.
Paint a beautiful, patriotic container for your Fourth of July fireworks. With an Uncle Sam pattern, this project will be done in no time.
Make your own pretty and patriotic Fourth of July centerpieces featuring perfect paper stars. Follow this step-by-step tutorial to create your own 2-sided Fourth of July centerpieces.