Who’s ready for some 4th of July fun? Independence Day is almost here, and families all across America will celebrate! We always like to do family crafts for each holiday, so we went hunting for some great 4th of July crafts for kids. Here are a few of our favorite 4th of July crafts for kids!
1. Magnetic Pom Pom American Flag – Director Jewels
This one is super cute, glue magnets on the colored pom poms to create the American flag! Comes with a free printable flag.
2. American flag yarn wreath – Outnumbered 3-to-1
I love door wreaths, so I had to include this idea for a 4th of July! Using colored yarn, you can make an awesome wreath on your own with this tutorial. I really want one for my own door at home!
3. Felt necklace craft – Sweet T Makes Three
This is a great craft for older kids, it requires the use of a needle. Red, white and blue felt squares are threaded to make this cute necklace.
4. 4th of July star sun catchers – The Suburban Mom
It’s amazing what crayon wax can do! These hanging star sun catchers would look lovely in any home, the perfect DIY Independence Day decoration!
5. Patriotic Marshamllow Star Shooters – mommyGAGA
Sugared marshmallows on skewers make for a deliciously cute decor idea! We make this one every year, look for the star marshmallows in red, white and blue at your local grocer.
6. Fourth of July sewn star garland – A Sparkle of Genius
If you love sewing, this is an easy craft for you! Dozens of stars are stitched together to make this nice 4th of July garland. Hang it over the fire place mantle, what a lovely decoration!
7. DIY Americana Flip Flops – Thrifty DIY Diva
Take the kids to the dollar store and grab your favorite pair of flip flops to decorate, 4th of July style!
8. Dish brush fire work art – Mom Dot
What do you get when you combine a bristle scrubbing brush, some paints, and a fun-loving toddler? These cute 4th of July fire works!
9. Patriotic clothes pin wreath – Embracing Creativity
Here’s another wreath that I think is pretty creative, it’s made out of painted clothes pins! There’s a full tutorial for this one, it seems like a simple craft that kids can help with.
10. Fourth of July straw sparklers – Southern Girl Ramblings
I love these fire works, all of the sparkle without the spark! This is a fun craft for all ages, using paper straws and hot glue, which an adult should help with! I would make a table centerpiece with these!