4th of July Craft: Patriotic Ribbon Wands
These fun Patriotic Ribbon Wands are great for parades, backyard BBQ fun, or little ones that are too young for sparklers. They are so easy to put together and the kids will have so much fun running around twirling all of the red, white and blue as they celebrate the 4th of July!
You will Need
Hot Glue Gun
Cut your ribbons between 18 – 24 inches long.
Hot glue the largest/thickest ribbon first by gluing the center around the end of your paper straw.
Continue with each ribbon alternating direction but continuing to glue the center of the ribbon to the end of the straw to create a pom pom effect.
Make sure the glue is completely dry before giving it to a child.
These also make great table decorations and party favors!
Looking for more 4th of July fun and inspiration??
I love to involve my kids in holiday celebrations, and this fun Popsicle Stick Flag Craft is a good one because not only do they love making these, but they serve a fun decorations or place settings as well! These are easy to make, so they work for a wide variety of ages, and this is also a very fun project for a classroom, scouting, pre-school or Sunday school type setting.
I love (LOVE!) the 4th of July, and I love (LOVE!) fun holiday related activities that I can do with my kiddos. But what I love most of all are when said activities are both easy and delicious! These fun 4th of July Patriotic Brownies are perfect because they are super easy and the real fun is in the adding of the fun red, white and blue toppings. This is actually the kind of dessert that could also be an activity that you work on while the kids are anxiously awaiting the evening fireworks!
I’m a huge fan of desserts that are easy to make, delicious AND can fit the holiday theme! This Patriotic Bundt Cake Recipe qualifies for all three of those categories and is sure to be a hit at your red, white and blue festivities! This is another recipe that the kids will love to help with, and they will especially love the decorating part!
Find even MORE ideas in my round up of 15 crafts to do with the kids, some great red, white and blue ideas!!