27 Blogs Featuring Easy 4th of July Crafts You Can Do with Your Kids

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One of the highlights of summer vacation is the Fourth of July and all of the fun that goes along with celebrating America’s Independence Day.  This year, get into the Fourth of July spirit by wrangling up the kids and creating some patriotic crafts together. You can make everything from wands, which are perfect for waving at the traditional Fourth of July parade, to festive clothes and decorations fit for a patriotic party! These 27 blog posts are full of fun, spirited crafts you can do with the kids to make this Fourth of July memorable!

Wands & Sparklers

While there aren’t many fireworks that are safe for kids to use, sparklers are a fun exception. Kids love waving these colorful wands around, and with a little adult supervision they’re generally kid-friendly. However, if real sparklers are out of the question, you can always make faux sparklers that glitter and sparkle, sans the risk of getting burned. Take a look at these nine blog posts for plenty of wand and sparkler ideas.

Wearables

Instead of scrounging around for red, white and blue colored clothes, why not make your own patriotic gear this year? Help your kids put together a killer holiday outfit by making a fireworks T-shirt or a patriotic necklace and bracelet. These outfits will be doubly fun, since the kids will have a blast both making them and wearing them.  These nine blog entries will help you get started making all kinds of patriotic clothing and accessories.

Red, White & Blue

The colors red, white and blue speak volumes to our nation, and they become especially popular over the Fourth of July holiday. If you find yourself hosting this year’s Independence Day party, take a cue from these nine blog posts, which explain how to make various crafts and decorations fit for a patriotic celebration.

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