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Modern Parents Messy Kids: Outdoor Kid Activities & DIYs for the 4th of July

fourth of july - these we're fun to make with the kids and added such a fun festive touch July 2012

Holiday Lanterns - Martha Stewart Holiday & Seasonal Crafts Cut construction paper to 6 by 9 inches; fold in half lengthwise. Fold edges back 1/2 inch for rims, and crease; unfold. Glue a 1/2-by-9-inch strip of decorative paper on each rim. Cut slits from middle fold to rims, spacing 3/4 inch apart. Shape into lantern: Open paper; bring the ends together to overlap slightly; staple. Staple 3/4-by-8-inch paper handle inside lantern. Glue on construction-paper stars (made with a craft punch).

The Fourth of July isn't the only day to use red, white, and blue. We can start with Memorial Day in May, keep the RW through June for Flag Day, stay through the 4th, and finish up with Labor Day (that's patriotic, isn't it?). No need to change out decor until Sept when we go for fall pumpkins (until Thanksgiving Day).

Save the Roll! Make adorable "fireworks" with the kiddies and decorate for the occasion!

Look how fun this 4th of July table is!!

can wind socks: Tin cans Spray paint Ribbon White contact paper Hot glue gun

simple as that: 10 crafty ideas to keep the kids busy this summer

Use standard cotton prints for this project -- nothing too heavy or light. Spray starch helps the creases keep their shape

Coches con rollos de papel de water!!! Muy chulo para hacerlo con nuestros hijos!!!

OMGOH!!! repin this!! the link has links to awesome 4th of July printables, but those links also have awesome links to other awesome stuff!!!! :D