Do you love cute and EASY 4th of July crafts? Grab your craft supplies and make one of these 30+ Fourth of July crafts for the upcoming holiday.
Do you love Fourth of July crafts?? Me too. Mod Podge is made in the USA, which means that it’s pretty patriotic all by itself. But since you can’t really put out a bottle of Mod Podge on display for the 4th and have it make sense to people, let’s try some unique crafting ideas.
I’ve pulled together a collection of over 30 Fourth of July crafts that both children and adults are going to love. Most of these are very easy, which means that you can pull together a craft in just a few hours. And who doesn’t love that?
Scroll down to get inspired by these patriotic ideas!
4th of July Crafts
You're going to love these Fourth of July crafts, perfect for both kids and adults! Even beginners can make these ideas.
Step up your 4th of July style with some red, white, and blue patterned sneakers. We went for the all-American brand Converse to wear and rock all summer long, but if you only plan to wear your sneaks for one day, head over to H&M for some cheaper canvas sneaks.
Learn how to make perler bead drink covers perfect for the Fourth of July! These are an easy craft both for kids and adults. Great for keeping bugs anything else out of your beverage at a summer party or BBQ.
Learn how to decoupage wood with napkins using these helpful tips from Kim! She attached a flag napkin to a mini wood pallet, and you can adapt this idea for a variety of crafts using any patriotic napkin you like.
I love a craft project that comes together in just minutes (literally!). These fun paper bag stars are perfect for stringing on garlands for the Fourth of July, but they would be equally fantastic used during the Christmas season as holiday ornaments, as centerpieces at birthday parties or informal weddings, or really any gathering under the sun where you want to make a big impact.
It can be hard to find Fourth of July crafts that work for people (and kids) of all skill levels. This is one of those ideas that works for everyone no matter their crafting experience! Use pencil erasers to create star designs on the front of t-shirts. Then everybody gets to wear their creations!
I love making tassels! They are perfect for instant decor, and easy to customize with any colors. My Sister's Suitcase shows you how to make them for the fourth with a little added twist - bleaching the ends. Love the way they turned out.
The plastic tubing that Jamie uses for these patriotic bandana bracelets is really inexpensive! That means the kids can make a ton of bracelets on a budget, and wear them during the festivities. So cute.
I'm pretty well convinced that there is no better firework than one with candy in it! These are perfect for using as Fourth of July party favors, especially for kids. But don't forget the adults either . . . we love candy too!