*This 4th of July Lantern Craft tutorial post is sponsored by Huggies®. All written content and opinions are our own experience with the product. See more details here. If you are a regular reader of our blog, you may know that I love to upcycle empty baby food jars. Today I am sharing another fun idea that is . . . . .
I love how easy these 4th of July coloring page crafts are! Itsy Bitsy Fun always has the cutest coloring pages for the holidays. We chose several to print and then jazzed them up a bit to make it even more fun! This craft idea is great because it can be adapted to kids of . . . . .
Hosting a 4th of July party or perhaps looking for a way to make lunch/dinner a bit more festive? Check out these free 4th of July party printables from Tinyme! These fun party ideas are easy to do yet look amazing. Whether it’s dressing up ice cream cones with a patriotic wrapper or adding flag banners . . . . .
Watching the fireworks with family and friends is such a fun tradition to do every year. Little Sister (4 years old) is fascinated with drawing fireworks so I thought it would be a great time to revisit some of our past fireworks crafts done with Big Brother to see if she would be interested in . . . . .
Celebrate Independence Day with these fun and festive 4th of July recipes! These red, white, and blue food ideas are great for a Summer bbq or to make at home with the kids. My kids are especially fascinated with the layered drinks – we have made them twice in the past. This year we may try the . . . . .