Use these patriotic chalkboard labels to identify the different dishes at a Fourth of July spread. These lovely mini-chalkboards are easy to paint and can be used again and again. You can also use as place cards at a sit-down meal on the Fourth of July.
Rachel Griffith of P.S. I Quilt is here to make your picnic or barbecue a little easier with this great craft project using empty aluminum cans. These picnic helpers are perfect for outdoor cooking on the 4th of July!
Everyone can have a little 4th of July festivity with red, white and blue skewers for cooking meat or marshmallows over a fire. These are perfect for a party and the handles are inexpensively made with thread spools.
Crochet a pair of star kitchen or BBQ mitts to use on the 4th of July or all year round. Make a gift for someone who loves to cook with this oven mitts crochet pattern.
During the summer, the kids are out of school and you always want to take advantage of the time you have with them. But what will you do together? In these hard economic times when going on a weekend trip isn't always an option, summer crafting is the best solution! Work with your kids to create fun summer crafts to wear or decorate your home with. These are easy ideas for summer outdoor crafts or as a project for a rainy summer day.