School is over, summer is officially here and Holiday plans are forming. And there is no better way to kick start that Summer than a Fourth of July Party!
Of course the prep is part of the fun. Whether you got an invite or sent out the invitations, there is always a good excuse for a great DIY moment!
In this list of 4th of July Crafts you will find lots of gift, party favor and decor ideas for your best Fourth of July Party yet.
Of course I have to start this list off with a bath bomb recipe. And in this case there is no need to look twice to see that these bath bombs are inspired by stars and stripes.
By layering the red and white mixtures you can easily create stripes. Next up is the top. Here sits our final blue mixture, decorated with some star sprinkles.
This LUSH sized bath bomb is perfect as a party favor gift, a fun party activity or why not as surprising decorations?
Ready to commence the traditional Fourth of July binge party? Tell your guests to wash their hands first!
Inspired by the famous red, white and blue ice cream pops, these melt and pour soaps will bring a smile on every face.
Hand them out as gifts, and include a disclaimer that they are not meant to set their teeth into it, or pop them in your bath room or powder room for your guests to enjoy!
Next in our list of 4th of July Crafts are these whirl wheel soaps.
These soaps are soft like dough and can be molded in whatever shape you like!
This play dough inspired squishy soap is a perfect Fourth of July idea to make with children, hand out as gifts to surprise friends or as a fun addition to your bath room.
Anyone can make these with ingredients you probably already have at home. Create whatever shape you want and get creative with your use of colors. In this case red, white and blue was OF COURSE an obvious choice.
You can turn your soap dough into firecrackers, fireworks, stars, stripes, flags … If you can think it, you can make it!
We have covered party favors, activities and decorations. Now it is time to get our outfit party ready.
This stylish shirt makeover is meant to be made entirely with materials you already have hanging in your closet.
This DIY tutorial gives you some inspiration to see what you can whip up with stuff that just has been hanging in your closet!
Back to the soap tutorials! Here is another easy melt and pour soap tutorial for example.
The red, white and blue soap stars float in a clear soap base to add that little bit of extra sparkle to your bath room.
So, that’s it! All of the Fourth of July ideas I have to offer you on this web space of mine.
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Make sure you don’t lose sight of these DIY tutorials. Whether it’s to come back to it next year, or if you want to check it out a little closer to the Fourth of July.