It's not too late to tackle these fab Fourth of July crafts for your celebration.
Fourth of July Craft #6: Free Printable Bottle Labels
Piggy Bank Parties
Custom bottle labels nicely upgrade those store brand bottles of water or soda. If you're not handy with graphic design programs, these free printable pre-designed labels are for you. Get them at Piggy Bank Parties
Fourth of July Craft #5: Bandanna Party Decor
Wendell T. Webber, Country Living
This patchwork-like runner can be used far after the Fourth and is nearly effortless: Just stitch together bandannas. No sewing machine? Duct tape the bandannas together on the "wrong" side. (It doesn't sound pretty, but hey, no one will look underneath the runner.) Or, use bandannas to wrap small treats for party favors.
Fourth of July Craft #4: Patriotic Punch Game
This game is pretty simple (but kids love it): Pick a number, punch through the tissue, win a prize. Who says family gatherings have to be boring for the little ones?
Fourth of July Craft #3: Banner Bunting
For a twist on traditional bunting, make your own stars-and-stripes banners using cupcake wrappers, streamers and paper. It's another craft that's great for kids.
Fourth of July Craft #2: Fireworks Garland
This spirited swag took less than ten minutes to make. Just wind wide strips of tulle around your hand, cinch, then cut to create each "firework."
Fourth of July Craft #1: Nautical Napkin Rings
Miki Duisterhof, Country Living
These adorable napkin holders are made with a surprising item: Shower curtain rings.