Patriotic Confetti Poppers DIY

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We know 4th of July is still a few weeks away but it wouldn’t hurt to start planning now to avoid stressing out later. Celebrate it with a bang! Or with just a pop with confetti poppers! That would do too! This is just right if you can’t wait for the fireworks display and also if you want to avoid making loud noises in your home early in the morning.

Patriotic Confetti Poppers DIY

Learn how at Love the Day.

You wouldn’t believe how easy it is to make this popper. Add your confetti, stickers, and patriotic-colored paper shreds and you’re good to go. Just be sure to read the full instructions on the blog. Have fun crafting!

Fanci-Fetti Stars

DIY Infinity Scarf – 4th of July Blue and Red Stripes

Wanna spice up your outfit for the Fourth of July? Add a lightweight infinity scarf to what you’re wearing. We’re thinking red and blue stripes fitting for the celebration. And it’s light so you won’t have to worry about feeling hot. Or who knows, it might rain that day so it will be a comfortable and fashionable way to stay warm when you’re feeling nippy.

DIY Infinity Scarf - 4th of July Blue and Red Stripes

Want to learn how to make it? Go to Hej, Juni!

It’s amazing what you can do with an old shirt. You just have to be a little creative, get some paint and brushes, and start crafting.

Paint Brush


Fourth of July Faux Paper Sparklers

Fourth of July is one of our favorite holidays. The craft, the food, and of course, the family getting together to celebrate our independence. Then, there’s the amazing fireworks display that we all look forward to. The kids just love them. So, to give the feel for the holiday a head start, we’re making paper sparklers. We’re excited to get started!

Fourth of July Faux Paper Sparklers

You can find the full tutorial at It Happens in A Blink.

Have you thought about your Fourth of July preparations already? Get your children involved with the decorations. You can just get these flags and let them place it around the house. Or you can get this crafting tool kit to make it easier for them to help.

My Crafty Kit