This 4th of July Bunting is too cute if you are celebrating with kids. Set up the kid’s table with crayons, markers, yarn, and scissors and have your youngest guests decorate for the Independence Day celebration.
We also love making these Fourth of July Paper Pinwheels!
Color Your Own 4th of July Bunting
For the last few years, we have vacationed for the week of Fouth of July. We live in Savannah, Georgia, which is close to the coast. We love to visit the Golden Isles right off the coast and stay for beach town fireworks, golf cart parades, too much ice cream and lots of time near the ocean.
It is a time we really look forward to every year! We started renting a house a few years back because our family is just too big to be comfortable in a hotel for a week. So each year, we load up a tub of art supplies when we travel to keep the kids busy and entertained on the rare occasions that the adults want to steal some downtime.
What began as a project to keep kids occupied has since become a 4th of July tradition. Now we ask the kids to decorate the rental house for the Fourth of July. It is a lot of fun for them and the decorations liven up our rental house!
Fourth of July Bunting Decorations
So grab your kids and your password for the Premium Crafts for Kids page! And go download these DIY Fourth of July Bunting pages. Then turn your kids lose to decorate for your Independence day celebration.
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How to Make a Color Your Own 4th of July Bunting
Collect your craft supplies. You likely have these in your craft stash already!
crayons, markers, etc.
Yarn, string or twine to string bunting together.
Once your kids are done coloring all the pages they can stand, punch two holes in the top of each flag so you can string twine or string through each flag to create a 4th of July Bunting decoration.