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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.
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.
Plain cups are so last year. Make your picnic memorable and learn how to make a ladybug spotted cup. This is one of those perfect picnic craft ideas because it takes mere minutes. Who says you can't bug out at a picnic?
No need to throw away those plastic utensils or bottle caps! Instead, learn how to make a recycle bottle cap ladybug and create your own critters. Recycled plastic crafts are a great way to should your eco-friendly side and have fun at the same time.
Help your kids out with this cool craft. They can make their own name plates with their initials on it. Using colorful liquid beads you can make this a fun craft at a birthday party. This is great for crafting with kids.
Use paper bags of any size to create your own scrapbook albums. Show off a special event like a family picnic or your kid's field day. Terri O and her kids made one together for Mother's Day and one for a fishing trip.
To augment our countrys birthday celebrations, make a set of 8 easy patriotic cloth napkins to use when picnicking with friends. This 4th of July craft provides useful for other national holidays as well, such as Memorial Day.
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