Show your love for the USA with these patriotic parade craft ideas!
Here's how to fashion a Fourth of July T-shirt with a real patriotic flare.
Celebrate the country's birthday with the fanfare it's due -- waving a handmade fan that looks like the American flag.
Celebrate this Fourth of July New York style with a Statue of Liberty headband.
Kids will love showing off their patriotic spirit this Fourth of July with their own star-spangled baton.
These fringed caps make for a fun way to sport your patriotic colors on the Fourth.
Your child can show her patriotic spirit this July 4th with a festive star-spangled hat.
Churn up some homespun entertainment with these Fourth of July twirlers; another great craft from Spoonful.com.
Celebrate the Fourth of July sporting a crazy red, white, and blue tulle pompadour that doubles as a tutu.
Cheer on the Fourth of July parade with a red-white-and-blue pom-pom made from plastic shopping bags.
Let your kid jazz up his standard headgear with a spiky new 'do; another great Fourth of July craft from Spoonful.com.
Create an infinitely customizable Fourth of July crown from duct tape and flexible straws.
Give your favorite patriot a boost with a pair of classic tin can stilts; another great Fourth of July craft from Spoonful.com.
Turn a pull-along wagon into a ship for your Fourth of July voyage down Main Street.
Hold an outdoor paint-splattering session to create these stellar T-shirts; another great Fourth of July craft from Spoonful.com.
Pin on a patriotic face that's sure to stand out in any Fourth of July crowd.
Show your patriotic spirit with these easy-to-make star-studded leis; another great craft from Spoonful.
Show your holiday spirit while keeping your cool with these stars-and-stripes fans; another great craft from Spoonful.
Whether you're attending a small family gathering or lining up with the whole town to catch the local parade, these jazzy tees will let you show your patriotism in style.
Loud salutes have been an Independence Day tradition since the Liberty Bell rang in 1776. Your child can sound off with this rhythmic noisemaker.
Fireworks happen only after dark, but this Fourth of July craft creates a pop of color any time of day.
This colorful twirler is simply two flexible straws joined together, with a tassel of tissue paper taped to one end.
Made from a plastic bottle wrapped in tape, this colorful bike accessory is a fun way to celebrate the Fourth of July.
This Fourth of July tee features a design fashioned entirely from palm-and-finger prints.
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