There is something completely nostalgic about Mason Jars. To incorporate them into a 4th of July craft is like eating a piece of Apple Pie…delicious! I love how these jars are basically saluting our Country as they line the driveway. …

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Do you have some festive Red, White and Blue scrapbook paper lying around? These pinwheels are the perfect use for them! Simply Designing shows you how to make them!…

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A Pumpkin and a Princess has this adorable 4th of July craft that you can easily do with your children.  They even made them into cute little magnets! Perfect for hanging up some Independence Day coloring projects.…

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These little lanterns are so cute, and I love that they are hung on the polka dot ribbon! The Crafting Chicks has come up with this patriotic kids craft…they have a great tutorial with beautiful pictures.…

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I stumbled upon this amazing Tomato Cage Lantern while searching for July 4th crafts back from 2010…I just love the rustic look of it. Your kids will love this lantern next to their tent while partaking in the Great Backyard …

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With some adult supervision, this craft could be super fun with the kids! HEad on over to Make and Takes to learn how to turn your rice….red, white and blue!

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I think Independence Day crafts may be my favorite because of the vivid bright colors of red, white and blue. I love the ‘crispness’ of every craft. July 4th is a great time to teach your children about the history …

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Make rag balls for July 4th decorating

Get your family in the patriotic mood with the simple and easy Rag Balls from Crafts n’ Coffee!  You’ll have to read her explanation of how rag women in the early days of this country used to save all …

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Red Ted Art has an amazing post that is twofold; a book craft, as well as a general tutorial on how to make a genuine fabric flag with your children. The amazing inspiration was actually the illustrations in the book …

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I love this idea because it blends the perfect amount of education and learning with craft!!  Head on over to Gorgeous Karma to find out why countries fly flags, and then show your child how to make them using old …

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These flags are really cute and perfect for the young ones on the 4th of July. Who doesn’t love a craft that involves using the glue stick the whole time! Check out A Crafty Escape for her step by step …

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Parent Dish shows you how to make these possibly for a fun kid activity on the fourth! You probably have everything on hand except the fabric dye and the t-shirts!! There’s still time!…

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Found two great sites for making summertime flip flops!

These flip flops are adorable, and a perfect mother/daughter project! Visit Bo Bunny for the instructions.

Visit I Love to Create Blog for the how to on these patriotic flip flops!…

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These could be great for fireworks hanging from a room too! Love them! Once Again, Crafts By Amanda has come up with an adorable simple craft for your kids to enjoy!

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These flags are just too cute, and the perfect start to my exhaustive search on the internet for great July 4 kid crafts!!  An Indiana Mom is where you can find the how to for these cute flags!

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