Turn an ordinary clay pot into a July 4th clay pot bell with some paint and patriotic stars. This 4th of July craft idea by Vicki O'Dell is a great way to decorate your home this 4th of July.
Try this free crochet pattern for a July 4th crochet afghan, a warm blanket covered in patriotic stars and stripes. You can display your patriotism with this 4th of July craft in your home all year long.
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.
This July 4th flag soap project by Bramble Berry shows you how to make homemade soap in red, white, and blue. With this great 4th of July craft idea, even your soap can match the flag!
This summer, even washing your hands can be a festive event! Make these July 4th star soaps by Bramble Berry for a fun 4th of July craft, and you can show your patriotism through homemade soap.
This old glory cross stitch pattern is the perfect 4th of July craft project. Decorate your home with the red, white, and blue!
For the hopeful Dorothy in us all, these Over the Rainbow shoes give us something to dream about every time we look at the great DIY glitter design on the front. A regular pair of canvas shoes can be chic, but a glittery pair is way cooler. It's also a really easy do it yourself project because there are only a few steps involved. Your feet will sparkle their way through town throughout the summer.
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!
This 4th of July, eat your ice cream from a patriotic ice cream bowl and cone box. These 4th of July craft ideas will satisfy your sweet tooth and your patriotic side.
Scarecrows are meant to scare birds away, but this Smiley Scarecrow will keep the fuzzy critters in your yard. It is a fun and easy wood project that shows you how to build a scarecrow in no time. Use a paintbrush to give this wooden person a face, a hat, or any other fun additions to its personality. Wood shop projects are often intimidating, but this one is simple and fun.