The 4th of July is only a few days away. Instead of heading out to the store to for your festive decor, check out these crafts that will get you and your children into the Independence Day spirit.
- Festive Candle Holders – From mason jars to tin cans, the possibilities for 4th of July candle holders are abundant. Simply decorate them red, white, and blue and even add a few stars. Take a look at this candle holder craft using mason jars for a detailed description and instructions. http://thefrugalgirls.com/2013/05/4th-of-july-mason-jar-candle-holders.html
- Decorative Wreaths – Wreaths are a great decoration for the door to your home, or as festive pieces on your walls during your 4th of July celebration. This cost effective craft uses colorful clothespins to create an Independence Day look that is sure to grab as much attention as the fireworks. http://catscraftroom.blogspot.com/2012/07/give-me-liberty-or-give-me-death.html
- Party Blowers – A 4th of July celebration isn’t complete without kids running around with party blowers in their mouth. This craft posted by a mommy blogger will show you how to make your own festive blowers. You can even hand them out as party favors for your guests. http://www.naturalbeachliving.com/4th-of-july-craft-idea-patriotic-kids-blower/