Red, White and Blue Party Crafty Decor Ideas

So many of the fun, patriotic themed craft projects I've been loving lately can be used all throughout the summer for red-white-and-blue fun. Who says a parade wand has to be used on the day of the parade only?! From accessories for your littlest crafter to something for parents to enjoy at the end of the barbecue, this week's roundup is all about the small details that can make your family's summer celebration a smash.

How To Make Firework Confetti Sticks

If you'd like avoid giving your children real firecrackers on the Fourth of July, why not offer then a firework confetti stick, courtesy of A Pumpkin and A Princess?

Fourth of July Parade Wands

Get ready for your city or neighborhood's parade by making your very own parade wand! Full of patriotic ribbons, this project from Eighteen25 is just right for inspiring your children to jump in and join the parade.

Grown-Up Confetti Poppers for Fourth of July

While this DIY project is intended for bigger kids at your Fourth of July party, eager crafters can definitely help out with the construction, courtesy of Hank and Hunt on Minted's Julep.

Patriotic Silverware Holders

Not only is this printable from Lil' Luna the perfect addition to a paper bag silverware holder, it can be used for many other Fourth of July-themed crafting projects, too!

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