You’ve got your picnic planned, your sparklers close at hand, and a day full of fun activities ready to be enjoyed this Fourth of July holiday weekend. But, the bigger question is still at hand – what will everyone be wearing?! A red, white and blue palette is a must for your children. This week’s roundup has a few ideas you can make to have ready for the weekend, from easy-to-assemble accessories to cute, patriotic T-shirts.
Be your very own Statue of Liberty during your local fireworks show! Tutus and Parties shares this patriotic idea to create a Lady Liberty paper plate crown.
Combine a great fine-motor skill lesson with crafting in this idea from Buggy and Buddy. Pony beads and striped straws can make for a great necklace in this how-to.
Freezer paper wins again! Cutesy Crafts created her own star stencil out of the versatile kitchen staple.
Fuzzy pipe cleaners double as a great jewelry medium in this idea from Fantastic Fun and Learning. Have your child practice making star shapes that they’ll be excited to show off at a Fourth of July picnic.