Seven DIY crafts to make sure your 4th of July Party isn't a dud
There's always a reason to party when it's summer, but perhaps the most compelling reason is Independence Day. We've put together a bunch of patriotic 4th of July crafts to make this American holiday, and your party table, a hit. From red, white and blue invitations to table decor and wearables, you'll be inspired by these summertime crafts.
It's obviously not a party without guests. Today's Creative Life has adorable 4th of July party invitations to get the party started. Many of these pieces can be used on your Facebook page or Twitter by people like me who can barely remember to send out invitations.
Welcome guests and impress neighbors with this lovely patriotic wreath from Landee See, Landee Do. You won't believe that this fireworks wreath was finished in under twenty minutes! It's a bright way to set the mood at the door and have a fun Independence Day.
Start the buffet line with these patriotic flatware holders. Crafts for All Seasons shares this project which reuses tin cans to make a functional and colorful American tribute.
Adorn tables and distribute food with these vibrant patriotic food trays from Aesthetic Nest. It just takes a little bit of cleverness and some scrapbook paper to make this 4th of July craft and add that extra bang to this year's party.
Illuminate picnic tables with this great 4th of July craft from Kami at no biggie. The paper lollies staged in vases filled with candies make colorful centerpieces.
Get the kids involved with this 4th of July craft from the Crafting Chicks. The paper lanterns are easy and star-spangled, making it fun to deck out the deck.
With all the decorating around the house, it's easy to forget to decorate one central element to the party: the host! Sugar Bee Crafts has a quick solution: a fun and simple hair piece made from patriotic garland.