How about adding some 4th of July crafts to your Independence Day celebration? You can many of these to use for decorations and they also make great activities for the kids to participate in honor of Independence Day. Make the crafts here and then use them as inspiration to create your own 4th of July project. If you do, don't forget to submit your project to be published.
To make the fireworks on this picture really stand out, you use yarn pieces dipped in glue and cover them with colorful glitter.
Learn how to color noodles using food coloring and then use them to make holiday jewelry.
Use patriotic paper and these directions to create fun party poppers for your 4th of July picnic or party.
Learn how easy it is to make a patriotic t-shirt using tie-dye techniques and And Simply Spray Fabric Paint.
Learn how to create this fancy hat out of a coffee can and craft foam. Pop off the lids and fill it with treats or flowers.
Learn how you can transform a few pieces cut from a paper bag into a fashionable pin to wear. All you need is some paint, chenille stems, craft glue, and a pin backing.
While these directions are technically for an Olympic torch, it can easily be used as a Statue of Liberty torch.
Follow these instructions and learn how you can make a fun star decoration using little more that a piece of yellow paper.
This is a fun craft to make during a 4th of July picnic. have the kids each make their own personalized visor and then wear then to a parade.
You can download nine different beaded safety pin patterns and use them to make fancy jewelry for the 4th of July.