Show Your Love of the USA With 12 Patriotic Craftscraftyamy
I’ve created a Pinterest board called “Summer Holidays,” and I’ve been adding cool crafts to it on a regular basis. I didn’t realize until recently how many awesome patriotic crafts I had accumulated that inspired me! With the Fourth of July approaching so quickly, I thought I’d share some of my fun finds to help out with your Independence Day decorating. This is a collection I know you are going to love :click through the slideshow to see my fun American-inspired crafty picks!
Show Your Love of the USA With 12 Patriotic Crafts 1 of 13
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Sparkle Dish 2 of 13
Transform a dollar store star-shaped dish with tissue paper and Sparkle Mod Podge.
Hometown Headband 3 of 13
Livy used vintage trims to make small rosettes and attached them to headbands.
Straight Pin Art 4 of 13
Instead of nails, this string art uses straight pins to create a base in the shape of the US.
Washi Tape 5 of 13
One of the easiest ways to make party favors for the 4th is with washi tape!
Mason Jar Lanterns 6 of 13
Use tissue paper, decoupage medium and fabric paint to make these awesome luminaries.
Glitter Wands 7 of 13
Create unique sparkle wands by painting stars and then adding glitter and Mod Podge.
T-Shirt Aprons 8 of 13
Turn regular t-shirts into fun, patriotic aprons with the addition of fabric paint, shimmer sheets and trim.
Firecracker Candles 9 of 13
Use your favorite American themed napkins and Mod Podge to decorate dollar store votives.
Origami Star 10 of 13
Heidi shows you how to fold papers in patriotic colors to make this awesome origami star.
Tea Towels 11 of 13
Who doesn't love popsicles? Use paint and a freezer paper stencil to decorate tea towels.
American Chairs 12 of 13
These no-sew chair covers are easy to make with fabric tacky packs and tacky spray - no advanced crafting skills required!
Star Pillows 13 of 13
Use fleece in red, white and blue to create patriotic pillows in a fun star shape.
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