Kid’s Crafts: 4th of July

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The Fourth of July has always been one of my favorite holidays. There’s always good food, good company, and usually pretty good weather too! Plus, I love any excuse to throw a party outside, especially in the the summertime. Here are a couple of fun crafts for your kiddos to get them into the patriotic spirit!

Patriotic Necklace – Buggy and Buddy

Have your little ones learn while they craft! This project is great for working on motor skills and patterning, plus they get this cute necklace or wrapped bracelet out of it… Win win!

Paper Lanterns – Crafting Chicks

How cute are these paper lanterns? Your kids will have a blast making them, and you get cute decorations for the house, the yard, or really wherever you please! You can also use these as inspiration for other holidays if you just switch up the colors.

Straw Fireworks – Crafty Morning

This craft is adorable, patriotic, and simple enough for even your littlest little one. Plus it’s another craft that you probably already have the supplies for!

Patriot Hat – Tutus & Tea Parties

Party Statue of Liberty style this Fourth of July with this adorable and fun to make hat! Have your kiddos make extras for their friends coming to celebrate for the cutest party favors and the cutest photo op.

Now, time to get crafting!

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About Morgan

Hi there! I'm Morgan, the summer intern at Create For Less. I've tried my hand at scrapbooking, sewing, and knitting. After a bit of trial and error, I've finally decided that up-cycling and repurposing is my favorite type of crafting. When I'm not at the office or my other job at a tavern, I like to travel, take photos, and hang in the great outdoors.

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