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Show off your love for the US of A this summer while expressing your creative side! Use Red, White and Blue as your inspiration to create and personalize these fun 4th of July?Craft Ideas!!?

Today I am going to share with you 3 quick and simple craft projects to help you to celebrate the 4th of July.

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Show off your love for the US of A this summer while expressing your creative side! Use Red, White and Blue as your inspiration to create and personalize these fun 4th of July projects.

Today I am going to share with you 3 quick and simple craft projects to help you to celebrate the 4th of July.

First up: DIY your own 4th of July t-shirt.

This project is simple to make and can be made with or without breaking out your sewing machine. It’s a great one for your kids to help out withpillow covers geometric, just be sure to watch them closely when using the iron.

Here’s what you’ll need:

T-Shirt

Paper Backed Fusible Web (buy “light” if you plan to sew your appliqué, buy “Ultra Hold” if you want a no sew option).

Fat Quarter of Fabric (a fat quarter is a piece of fabric that measures 18” x 22”)

Pencil

Lightbox or Window

Iron

Scissors

optional: sewing machine with matching thread

USA Template (download for free here)

Step One:

Download the template for the outline of the United States.

Step Two:

Flip the USA outline over so that the image is backwards. Place it on top of the light box or tape it onto a bright window.? Cut a piece of paper backed fusible web slightly larger than the USA outline.? Trace the USA outline onto the paper side of the paper backed fusible web using your pencil.? Cut it out loosely around traced outline.

Step Three:

Iron the paper backed fusible web onto the wrong side of your fabric. Cut out the image precisely.? Peel off the paper backing and iron onto your t-shirt.

Step Four:

If you would like, using your sewing machine run a line of stitching around the edge of the appliqué.?

Our next project would make a fabulous centerpiece for your 4th of July BBQ.? Use a bit of double sided scrapbook paper to create some fun and whimsical red, white and blue pinwheels.

Hop on over to SheKnows for the rest of full FREE tutorial, and the other TWO easy 4th of July Craft Ideas!!!

?This post is part of a sponsored collaboration between Aquafresh and SheKnows

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I swear if I just sat and stared at Connor’s little legs long enough, I would actually see them growing longer.? I don’t know what I’ve been feeding this kid lately, but I gotta stop.? His whole body must be focused on lengthening because holy smokes, he is growing so fast!!!!

When I had ferrets, I loved sewing for them. They were so enthusiastic about everything, they always made me feel like I’d made the coolest thing in the world. Granted, they could also spend hours playing with a toilet bolt cap, so the bar was not set particularly high. But still. You know.

Now that invitations have been mailed and RSVPs are rolling in, I can finally reveal one of the biggest DIY wedding projects we tackled: invitations! A friend of ours is a graphic designer who is working to build a portfolio. He very kindly offered to design our invitations for free – woohoo!! I gave him our theme, vintage travel, our colors, red and teal/turquoise, and a few examples of invitations I liked, mostly modern, graphic invitations. The resulting design was perfect. We couldn't be happier.

 


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