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DIY 4th Of July Cookie Cutter Painting!

Looking for a fun DIY this July 4th weekend? This one is simple even for the littlest of hands! Below you will find materials needed and instructions and as always, HAVE FUN!

*white paper
*red, white, and blue non-toxic paints
*star cookie cutters

1) place paint in individual places on a plate,
2) dip the star shaped cookie cutters in the paint
3) press down on the cookie cutter on the piece of white paper
4) lift up on the cookie cutter and do another color!
5) have fun and get creative, it is ok to overlap the shaped and colors!
6) back them with colored construction paper if you would like and proudly display them around your home!

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I Have To Take My Kids!!

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Hey Parents! Are you wanting to take your kids or maybe your grandkids somewhere fun this weekend? Head on over to Toys R Us and celebrate the July 4th weekend in style! There will be a parade, toys demos, and MORE! Click here for more information and to find a location nearest you!

Just In Time For The 4th Of July!! Love THESE!!

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Tin Can Luminaries DIY!

Looking for a Memorial Day craft to make with your kids? If so, you can make these Tin Can Luminaries to honor your loved ones on the 30th of May! If not, this would be a great project to make for the 4th of July as well. Want to make this patriotic idea as well? If so, here are the materials you’ll need:

  • Empty vegetable or soup cans, cleaned out and labels removed
  • Water
  • Sand
  • Nail
  • Hammer
  • Scrap paper
  • Ruler
  • Tape
  • Spray paint in red, white, and blue

For additional directions on how to make this DIY project, be sure to visit the Crafts For All Seasons Webpage! Let us know what patriotic projects you plan on making in May or July, we love to hear from our readers. Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below.