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If you're looking for a creative way to celebrate America's birthday, we have dozens of inspiring patriotic craft ideas for kids of all ages, including patriotic party decorations, parade wear, and homemade toys.
Parades and fireworks are hard to beat, but this kid-pleasing tie-dye project might come in a close third on the Fourth.
Here's a spiffed-up Fourth of July bike that'll stop traffic.
Let your kid jazz up his standard headgear with a spiky new 'do; another great Fourth of July craft from Spoonful.com.
Hold an outdoor paint-splattering session to create these stellar T-shirts; another great Fourth of July craft from Spoonful.com.
You can make a patriotic place setting for each of your guests using this simple technique.
Look-alike plastic cups have a way of losing themselves in a crowd. Reduce mix-ups by adding a large red, white, or blue star sticker to each cup.
Cheer on the Fourth of July parade with a red-white-and-blue pom-pom made from plastic shopping bags.
Made from red and white buttons and a miniature blue polka-dot bow, this Minnie-inspired, Fourth of July holiday accessory is fun to wear pinned on a T-shirt, purse, baseball cap, or sun visor.
Use up extra scrapbooking paper and old magazines or advertisements for this simple and fun holiday activity.
Salt dough is a great crafting material because it can be formed into any shape and painted any way you like. Wear your patriotism with pride by making these salt dough pins for Independence Day.
This is a great project for a patriotic holiday picnic.
Whether it’s the Inaugural Parade, Presidents' Day, a 4th of July celebration or any other fun event you attend, this patriotic wand is perfect for showing your pride.