5 Quick Projects for the 4th of July

Looking for some simple ways to spruce up the house for 4th of July, or just looking for patriotic projects to do with the kids? Here are 5 Quick Projects for the 4th of July:

Rag Wreath from Ruffle Art | Quick Projects for the 4th of July | MoneywiseMoms

I love this Rag Wreath from Ruffle Art. Just use a wire hanger, shaped into a circle, then tie strips of scrap fabric or old t-shirts. You can also use felt; see it at No Time for Flash Cards. My girls would enjoy working together on this.

Patriotic Subway Art from Crafting Chicks | Quick Projects for the 4th of July | MoneywiseMoms

Print this FREE Patriotic Subway Art from The Crafting Chicks, and frame it. You can display it year after year along with your kids’ art projects and other decor.

4th of July Toast from Taste and Tell | Quick Projects for the 4th of July | MoneywiseMoms

Start the morning off with this 4th of July Toast from Taste and Tell. This is like a small-scale version of the berry Flag Cake that’s been around for years. You can make it yourself, or let the kids help.

Patriotic Ribbon Streamer from A Girl and a Glue Gun | Quick Projects for the 4th of July | MoneywiseMoms

This Patriotic Streamer from a girl and a glue gun is another quick project. You just need a jumbo popsicle stick, some ribbon (or crepe party streamers), and a glue gun. The kids would have a blast twirling this around to marching band music.

Fireworks Paintings from Alilily | Quick Projects for the 4th of July | MoneywiseMoms

These Fireworks Paintings from AliLily are made from pipe cleaners and paint–so simple and so stunning! My kids will enjoy this one. She has a great list of more crafts in that post if you need more ideas.

Hope you enjoy these quick and easy projects. What do you do at your house for 4th of July?

Comments

  1. Thanks so much for including my pipe cleaner fireworks! I LOVE the 4th of July toast! I’m going to have to make that for my family. :)