50 Happy 4th of July Crafts

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Last updated on June 13th, 2019

The birthday of America, 4th of July is a very popular holiday in the summer and it should be. After all it is the birth of our country! With all the picnics and parties going on, there are a bunch of decorations and crafts we can create for our picnics. This would be cheaper than buying them at the store too!

There are 50 DIY crafts listed in this list and we have picked what we feel are the top 5 DIY projects you can do to amaze your friends and family. Try some of the crafts for your next picnic, you won’t be disappointed by the turn out of them and how they add charm to the picnic or party. Hope you all have a safe 4th of July.

Some Favorites from the Full List Below

Recycled Items Wreath

Make this low-cost wreath by using old t-shirts or clothing, a round disk or cardboard and paper white stars. This is all stuff you have around the house and you should be able to create this with less than $10.00. Depending what you use for the wreath, you can determine your material sizes and go from there on making your wreath.

Paper Lanterns

Paper lanterns so easy that kids can make them with their parents. You can then decorate them with stars and other patriotic items. Hang these on a string or ribbon and if you want, put an LED candle or light in them to really light them up for the night.

Homemade Sidewalk Chalk

Make your own sidewalk chalk and save big this summer by not having to buy store bought expensive chalk. All you need is some plaster of paris, dyes and a mold. We used a star mold to make it more patriotic for the 4th of July. This will keep the kids entertained at your next picnic!

Rosette Banner

Make this rosette banner to hang at your next 4th of July party to decorate on a budget. People will love this crafty rosette banner but they don’t have to know how little it costs to make something that looks so perfect. Make the banner with a bunch of paper and then put your own letters on it.

Tabletop Stars

Stars are a great simple way to decorate for the 4th of July. These stars are simple to make although they are not the cheapest craft to make until you purchase wooden dowels, stars, spools, and the yarn. You can make a few for under $25.00 though so if you only need a few, they are a cool table decoration.

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5 Comments

  • Reply Telisa Van Leeuwen

    Thanks for featuring my 4th of July burlap banner and wreath! I love this round up!

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  • Reply Rose

    Thanks so much for featuring my wreath! I’m so flattered.

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  • Reply Heather Spence

    Thank you for featuring my American Flag Rag Quilt! What fun to be part of the Fourth of July festivities. Have a safe and wonderful holiday!

    ~ h

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  • Reply Vanessa

    Thank you so much for featuring my Budget Friendly 4th of July decor! 🙂
    Vanessa

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  • Reply Bliss

    Thank you for picking my Hanky Noodle Dandy as one of your fav’s for the 4th from Pinterest. It was such an easy craft that next weekend I think I’m going to make another one that can stay out the rest of summer.

    ~Bliss~

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