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Fourth of July Crafts

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Let your American pride shine brightly with these red, white, and blue Fourth of July crafts.

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In this Fourth of July craft, kids will have a ton of fun learning how to make pinwheels, and they'll gain plenty of educational skills besides! Here's a versatile Fourth of July craft that will enable kids to display their Fourth of July memories in style!
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This is a fun patriotic project for that big 4th of July lunch or barbeque. You can  personalize each napkin holder with guest's name to create a sweet take-home party favor. Here's an easy and fun craft for kids to make for Independence Day. Simply use black paper and glitter to create this amazing fireworks craft!

More July 4th Crafts:

1. Make a Grand Old Flag
Kids love making flags and waving them proudly for world to see. Hygloss has two fun flag kits perfect for classroom or home use. Try the super simple paper flag kit for younger children or a tissue paper flag kit for older children that is beautiful and unique.



2. Collage
Use the collage trays and other collage supplies to make a collection of all the fun things you did this Fourth of July. Save ticket stubs, pictures, candy wrappers, and more. Adhere to the collage tray using regular glue, and use stars, glitter and ribbons to add red, white and blue pizazz to your project.
3. Penny Pendant or Badge
Using a piece of paper, a ribbon and a penny, you can make a keepsake penny pendant or badge. Cut your paper, red, white or blue of course, into a star shape or use pre-cut star shapes and stickers from Hygloss. Next, hot glue a penny to the center of your star. Finally, punch a hole at the top of your pendant and attach a ribbon so you can wear your project proudly. Or attach a pin to the back of your stars to create a pin that can be worn on your shirt, bag or hat.