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10 Things to Craft Up for the Fourth of July

fourth of july crafts
This weekend is the time to do some 4th of July crafting. Here are some projects you might want to add to your list before the fireworks begin.

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  • Classic BBQ 1 of 10
    Classic BBQ
    Hamburgers taste better when packaged cute. Trust me.
    Click here for the tutorial from A Field Journal
  • Circle Banner 2 of 10
    Circle Banner
    Make a welcoming sign for your bbq.
    Click here for the tutorial from A Field Journal
  • Fruit Pops 3 of 10
    Fruit Pops
    Make sure you have plenty of these because they're sure to be a hit.
    Click here for the tutorial from Bakers Royale
  • Mini Watermelon 4 of 10
    Mini Watermelon
    A little and extremely easy gift to give to neighbors and friends.
    Click here for the tutorial from You Are My Fave
  • Flag Favors 5 of 10
    Flag Favors
    I need to run out and get the supplies for these. They're too cute.
    Click here for the tutorial from Martha Stewart
  • Badges 6 of 10
    Badges
    Don't you love a nicely designed printable? So little work on your part.
    Click here for the printable and tutorial from Jenn on Dot Coms for Moms
  • Patriotic Napkins 7 of 10
    Patriotic Napkins
    Red, white and blue done right.
    Click here for the tutorial from Say Yes to Hoboken
  • Gumball Garland 8 of 10
    Gumball Garland
    Simple and festive, just make sure the kids don't eat them off the string.
    Click here for the tutorial from Boxwood Clippings
  • Rocket Favors 9 of 10
    Rocket Favors
    Quick, go through the trash to fish out your toilet paper tubes.
    Click here for the tutorial from Martha Stewart
  • Confetti Popper Rockets 10 of 10
    Confetti Popper Rockets
    These are like individual pinatas. Maybe something fun to do for the crowd who can't stay up for fireworks.
    Click here for the tutorial from Alpha Mom

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