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16 Simple 4th of July Crafts to Get Everyone in the Patriotic Spirit

These heartfelt, easy crafts will help you get into the festive mood for Independence Day. These 4th of July crafts will help you bring emotion, joy, and solidarity to your celebrations. Making 4th of July crafts is one of our favorite activities to celebrate the holiday. Using these simple Fourth of July projects, you can decorate your house with stars and stripes.

We have activities planned for youngsters. You’ll want to try these crafts yourself, so have your hot glue gun and craft scissors ready. Every art, from wreaths adorned with stars and stripes to fireworks and paintings, exemplifies our love for our country.

These simple craft ideas for Fourth of July are more than just decorations; they represent the feelings to connect with the essence of what makes our nation great. So gather your loved ones and let these crafts ignite a flame of patriotism in your hearts. This will remind us all of our values and freedoms.

4th of July Crafts

1-Star-Spangled Banner Wreath

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This summer, get creative with the perfect DIY 4th of July wreaths for your front entrance. Make a colorful wreath combining red, white, and blue ribbons with small American flags. Hang it proudly on your front door to instantly instill the spirit of independence in your home.

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2-Chalkboard Star

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Creating crafts with chalkboards is always a fun experience. Wrap this star-shaped board in patterned washi or duct tape to make it extra patriotic.

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3-Flower Pot with a Patriotic Theme

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Making a patriotic flower pot is a great way to add national pride to your surroundings. This simple stars-and-stripes flower planter will look stunning on your patio all summer.

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4-Mason Jars with Stars & Stripes

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In preparation for the Fourth of July, you can decorate Mason jars with stars and stripes. These would make an excellent centerpiece with flowers. In addition, use this pint-sized set to store utensils.

Get a tutorial at Mason Jar Crafts Love

5-Popsicle Stick Uncle Sam Craft

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Create a lovely popsicle stick face, then add Uncle Sam’s signature white beard with some minor hand cuts. Make this simple popsicle stick Uncle Sam’s craft with some craft sticks, googly eyes, glue, and paint.

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6-Slime with stars

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With the help of some liquid starch and glue, you and your children can create your own red, white, and blue sparkly slime.

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7-4th of July Rockets

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It will be fun for children to build their cardboard rockets, and parents will be relieved to discover they are very safe.

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8-Patriotic Windsocks

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Craft windsocks using paper cups and patriotic-themed streamers. Hang them outside your windows and watch as they dance joyfully with the breeze, spreading patriotic cheer.

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9-American flag craft with paper plates

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Create some beautiful flag plates with this American flag paper craft idea from Simply Today Life. Besides being ideal for Fourth of July celebrations, it also makes wonderful patriotic decorations.

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10-Stars and Stripes Plaque

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Create a piece of art out of a piece of wood that is eight square inches that you may hang up every Fourth of July for years to come.

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11-Paper Butterflies

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Kids will love making these American-inspired versions of butterflies because summer is the time for chasing butterflies.

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12-Popsicle Stick Button Flag

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For Easy craft ideas, you can use the leftover popsicle sticks from all those ice cream truck purchases to make this cute button flag craft.

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13-Sun Catchers for the Fourth of July

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It’s summertime, and these patriotic-themed suncatchers are a festive way to decorate for July 4.

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14-Fireworks Painting

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Kids may make a quick and simple craft for the Fourth of July by painting fireworks. Little ones may easily do this fireworks painting craft because it only requires a few supplies and little guidance from adults.

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15-4th of July Piñata

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Make these tiny piñatas by assembling essential items like paper cups and tissue paper. Put treats inside them for your Fourth of July celebration.

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16-Patriotic Burlap Banner

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A Patriotic banner is a must-have for the party decor. All you need to do to create colorful stars and stripes that you can string up wherever you choose is paint some burlap and enlist your hot glue gun.

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17-Patriotic Cake Toppers

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If you often serve the cake at 4th of July gatherings, dress up the dessert this year with festive cake toppers.

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18-Magazine Mosaic Flag

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Do you have any old magazines lying around? Get some scissors and make an eye-catching mosaic of flags.

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19-Popsicle Stick American Flags

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For this patriotic craft, save your summer popsicle sticks. To complete the red, white, and blue look, you’ll also need Mod Podge, paint, and wooden stars.

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20-4th of July Sparklers

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Even though real sparklers are always a blast, they’re not exactly the best choice for the littlest members of your family. These tinsel sparklers are a great way to let them have some fun too.

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