The 4th of July is just days away, and we are so excited to enjoy the holiday with our family, friends, and of course a few crafts and printables too! From DIY decorations to dress up the yard to sweet treats to bake and activities for the kids, these projects from the blog archives have got you covered. Happy 4th!
Sequin-Spangled Printable Wreath
The American flag is a star-spangled banner, so how about decorating for the 4th of July with this sequin-spangled paper wreath in red, white, and blue! Oversized printable sequins adorn this adorable ring in a display that’s easy and affordable to make.
Recyclable Plastic Bottle Lanterns
DIY lanterns are a perfect way to celebrate any holiday, but these bright red, white, and blue ones for the 4th of July are extra fun! Save up a few empty plastic bottles from the recycling bin and turn them into these playful and festive decorations.
4th of July Flag Cake
This candy-covered cake is perfect dessert to serve to the kids’ table this 4th of July. This pastel color palette is a playful spin on the traditional red, white, and blue.
How To Blow Paint Firework Crowns
Have your kids ever done blow painting before? The shapes formed by blow painting look just like fireworks, don’t you think? Use red, blue, and white shades for these paper crowns that are so much fun for kids and adults to wear this fourth.
Shooting Star Cupcake Toppers
If you saw a shooting star, what would you wish for? We’d wish for unlimited cupcakes! These quick cupcake toppers are a must for the 4th of July.
If your family eats lots of ice cream, you likely have empty buckets in your recycling bin on a regular basis. Turn them into these cheerful marching band-inspired hats instead? Use red, white, and blue duct tape and they’re ready to go for your 4th of July celebrations.
Fourth of July Candy Station
Whether you’re attending a neighborhood BBQ or a small family picnic this summer, this flag-inspired candy station is sure to be a big hit. Have you spotted the trick to making this setup? It’s empty egg cartons!
4th of July Bubble Painted Decorations
Have fun with bubble painting and make this fun summery garland! Use red and blue paint on white paper and you’ve got yourself some festive paper ready to turn into this garland, and other decorations too!
Paper Plate Purses for the Fourth of July
If you’re looking for a really easy and fun Fourth of July themed craft for younger kids, then this is the craft for you: patriotic paper plate purses! Kids of all ages can easily make and then wear these red, white, and blue purses to help celebrate this special holiday.
Rocket Pops Party Favors
Classic rocket pops are always a big hit, so grab your paper mache supplies and make these mini pinata favors! Fill them with holiday prizes and candy and give them out as party favors this Fourth. They’re almost too cute to bust open, so you could always turn them into a reusable garland instead!
4th of July Stitching Cards
Celebrate the 4th of July with these adorable printable stitching cards! These printables can be customized for stitchers of all ages and skill levels can use them.