DIY Fourth of July Garland Craft – Tutorial

DIY Fourth of July Craft Garland
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DIY Fourth of July Garland Craft – Tutorial

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This DIY Fourth of July Garland Craft is simple and adorable! With Independence day approaching this red, white, and blue banner will add the cutest patriotic touch to any home decor, and its kid-friendly!

Tutorial to make you own Independence Day Garland. Simple Craft with sticks and paint!

DIY Fourth of July Garland Craft

Materials

  • Popsicle sticks
  • Red, white, and blue paint
  • Vanish or sealers
  • Paintbrush
  • Hot glue gun with glue sticks
  • Twine

Paint and seal the popsicle sticks BEFORE gluing them into stars to avoid paint build up around the corners when you paint. (ask me how I know)

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Once painted and glued into stars, hot glue them in red, white, and blue order on your twine to make your garland.

Creating the DIY Garland for Fourth of July

Feel free to add a little detail on one of the colors like the little twine bow on this one for more character.

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To make the bow pictured, Cut a small piece of twine. Then wrap another piece of twine around three fingers like 5 or 6 times. Cut the twine and pinch it while you tie the smaller piece of twine around the center. Fluff it up to create the bow.

This DIY Fourth of July craft is sweet and simple! Can’t wait for the fireworks!

All in all I spent $1 on this craft. Making this super budget friendly!

The boys loved helping me with this project. We were able to complete this whole craft in an afternoon. I had each of us do one color and truth be told I did some touch-ups when the boys were done (Shhhhh)

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