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This is a guide about making a 4th of July mesh wreath. Use rolls of red, white, and blue mesh to make a seasonal wreath for the 4th.
This is a guide about making a 4th of July scrap fabric garland. Scrap fabric garlands are fun and easy to make for any occasion.
This is a guide about American flag craft projects. There are many ways to use the American flag theme for all kinds of craft projects.
Show your patriotic spirit with these cute shutters painted with stars and stripes. This is a guide about making flag painted shutters.
Use colored fabric in stars and stripes to make this adorable throw pillow. This is a guide about making primitive applique flag pillows.
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Stiffened fabric with felt backing can be made into one of three gifts!
Give your old lantern a new look for your Memorial Day Celebration. This was an old rusty lantern that I gave new life to with an Americana Theme for Memorial Day and can be used as well for 4th of July.
This craft is so simple, not only because of it's design, but because you can customize it any way you want.
Here's a fun little wind chime your kids will love to make and hang for their Fourth of July Celebration. Place a line of masking tape around the blue plastic disposable cup, 2 - 2 1/2 inches from the bottom. The tape will prevent the cup from splitting when it is cut.
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My boys and I love this time of year because we love to make things for July 4th. This is what we did last year. We made stars and stripes shirts.
I made a patriotic decoration to be used for 4th of July. I took a plastic parfait glass and layered the following; put a paper patriotic napkin in the bottom, next layer was shredded gift bag paper, another patriotic napkin (folded to fit in the glass). . .