Top 5 4th of July Crafts

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Are you getting ready for the 4th of July? We are — with red, white, and blue crafts! Many are easy enough for a toddler to “help” with, but all are festive and fun! Make beforehand for cute holiday decor…or save for a fun party activity, to keep kids active while they’re waiting for the grill.

1. Patriotic Rocks

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These simple, festive stones are a great last-minute 4th of July craft. Perfect for weighing down tablecloths or fun table decor!

2. Ice Cream Sandwich Party Bites

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All you need to make these festive ice cream treats are a cookie cutter, sprinkles, and a package of frozen ice cream sandwiches! A summer snack kids can make, too.

3. 4th of July Party Glass

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Yet another great use for mason jars. Let kids decorate their own drinking glass with stickers! Great for parties — and stops the disposable cup train. (Grab a few “daisy” jar lids, and you’ve got instant sippy cups for the whole crew!)

4. Burlap American Flags

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Paint inexpensive burlap with acrylic paint for rustic, unique party decorations.

5. Fireworks Suncatchers

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Turn kids’ handprints into easy, cute holiday suncatchers.

Have a wonderful 4th of July!

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