Even though Summer officially starts in June, the 4th of July marks the real start of Summer. No matter if you’re having a huge BBQ with your entire neighborhood, a small family get together or just your family heading out to watch fireworks, there’s lots of ways to bring in some red, white & blue crafts for a little fun. Plus, these Patriotic Crafts are ones you can do in 20 minutes or less!
Want a simple centerpiece for your Fourth of July Party? Try these Patriotic Sand Art Mason Jars!
Make some Dynamite Stick Patriotic Party Favors for your big bash.
Your kids can help you make some red, white & blue Fire Cracker Paper Necklaces to show off your spirit.
Patriotic Suncatcher Stars bring the red, white & blue to any window in your home.
This Patriotic Wand Centerpiece is not only a fun way to spruce up your table, but everyone at your BBQ or party can take a wand home with them as a party favor.
Using things you probably already have around the house, you can create this Popsicle Stick American Flag with your kids.
Make your own red, white & blue play-doh (or you can buy some too) and use it in this Flag Craft Activity.
If you’re heading to a 4th of July parade or to the fireworks, you can make these 4th of July Ribbon Streamers to pass out to all your friends.
Who doesn’t love glitter? These Patriotic Glitter Stars can be hung anywhere you need them and will add a little red, white & blue to your home.
Don’t have any red, white & blue in your closet? Don’t worry, you can make this simple DIY Patriotic Headband.
Liven up some store bought candles with some burlap and fabric yo-yos for a great centerpiece.
Show off the red, white & blue on your refrigerator by helping your kids make Pipe Cleaner Fireworks.
And speaking of fireworks, you cal also pull out the black construction paper & chalk for Wet Chalk Fireworks, as well.
Even if you think you’re not crafty, you can make a Patriotic Burlap Bunting Banner for your mantel in no time at all!
Not everyone loves the thought of kids playing with sparklers, so if they aren’t your thing, how about some Faux Paper Sparklers that your kids can help you make?