The Fourth of July is right around the corner. I have less home decor for this holiday that most of the others. Do you decorate for the Fourth? I like to add to my collection of holiday decor every year, so finding new projects to work on is always on my list of to-dos. Looking around the web for ideas can really inspire me to get some crafty projects underway. There is so much project inspiration out there that it can be overwhelming. Here are five quick projects and the best part is these could be done with kids.
This first idea is one straight from Craft-e-Corner Craft expert Kala! Give your kids the paint, and get them to paint the mason jars while you show them how to fold those pinwheels. You could use these pinwheels as wall decor too, if you decided to make them larger. Click here to see the full tutorial.
These Pinwheels have been made with festive fourth of July paper. There are tons of options for card-stock on our site. Click here to find your perfect paper!
I love these Windsocks! I’m sure you probably have some sort of tin cans laying around that you use for this project. Different sizes would definitely add some variety to this project. Stencils or stamps could be used to create the star shapes on the cans.
Wreaths are one of my favorite decorations to make and display for any holiday, and this clothespin wreath is so perfect and simple, not to mention how inexpensive this would be to make. A wire wreath-form and some clothespins, and a little paint is all that you would need for this. Another tip to to save time would be to use clothespins that are pre-painted or decorated to start with.
Heres is a super simple project that could even be made by toddlers. Terracotta pots are another inexpensive product that have endless possibilities for craft projects. Shop for some paint and this project is done.
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