Whether your children love fireworks or not, they can still celebrate Independence Day with these unique Fourth of July kids crafts!
We did a lot of crafting as children in my family, but never much for the Fourth of July. My poor mom – there were five kids and so she probably just wanted the summer off! I have to say though, I really love Fourth of July kids crafts . . . and it seems each year they are getting more and more clever.
Much better than when I was younger (I think back then we pretty much only had macaroni art). Whether or not your children love fireworks, they can still celebrate with these fun projects. To see all of the inspiration, just scroll down. I know you’ll find something you (and your kids) will love!
Fantastic Fourth of July Kids Crafts
Patriotic sequin DIY bottle cap necklace at Crafts Unleashed
Sand art (4th of July edition) at Honeybear Lane
American flag handprint heart art at Pink Stripey Socks
Homemade chalk in time for the 4th at From Glitter to Gumdrops
Paper sparklers at It Happens in a Blink
Q-tip fireworks craft for kids at Sassy Dealz
4th of July tin can windsocks at Random Thoughts of a Supermom!
Paper lantern kids’ craft at The Crafting Chicks
Painted acrylic flag necklace at Hands Occupied
4th of July kid’s craft at Ginger Snap Crafts
4th of July coffee filter flowers at Crafts By Amanda
Firecracker tie dye patriotic t-shirt at iLovetoCreate
Firecracker noisemaker at Paging Supermom
Note: The tutorial is no longer available at Spoonful so use the photo for inspiration!
Patriotic mason jar candle holders at Architecture of a Mom
Fourth of July crafts at Grandparents.com
Which of these Fourth of July kids crafts would you try first?