How to make Easy DIY Fourth of July Greeting Cards
Blog - July 2, 2020

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The Fourth of July is coming up and I decided to make cute DIY Fourth of July greeting cards for friends and loved ones.  I’d like to do something fun for Forth of July, even if it’s just a patriotic DIY craft. It’s still rewarding to make something for someone else.

This easy Fourth of July craft is fun for everyone to make, including the kids.  You can personalize it and use the supplies for future DIY projects. 

We all love getting cards, especially now. I’d love to receive a Fourth of July greeting card from someone, especially since I will not be going out.

Celebrating The Fourth of July is definitely going to be different this year. That’s why I found something more personal to do.

I’m not sure if we will go anywhere.  It may be a very quiet Holiday for us since we are still staying home as much as possible due to Covid-19. We could have an intimate gathering of just family and a couple close friends. Maybe I will make an easy red, white, and blue dessert.  Or we may just pick up food from a local restaurant.

So this year is an excuse to make a Fourth of July craft.

Check out how you can make easy DIY Fourth of July greeting cards below with just four supplies.

Tools

Paper Cutter

Suppli es

Cardstock

Washi Tape

Flags

Paint Chip Circles

The papercutter is something I use a lot.  We cut a lot of paper! It’s worth having one if you have kids. I also use Cardstock all the time for DIY products. You can decorate however you want.  I love the washi tape.  It gave it a lot of character.

blue paint chip cirlce

The paint chip circles are fun to use and make flowers with.  Just fold twice.

folded blue paint chip cirlce

Then bend into the center and let go.  You can repeat and glue to another color.

You can really get creative with just these four supplies.  There are so many creative options!

What are you going to make?

5 Comments

  1. those are really cute,,my grandkids would have liked to have made some like these,,we will make some for the next holiday that comes up

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