Popsicle Stick Flag Craft

“My country tis of thee, this craft is so easy!” Okay, I know that is not how the song goes, but this patriotic Popsicle Stick Flag Craft that I guest posted on Giggles Galore was so fun to do and I don’t want you to miss it. Every now and then it is fun to get your fingers messy with paint and glue. And when it turns out just the way you want, woohoo! This craft must have got me acting like a kid again with all these silly rhymes. If you don’t feel like acting like a kid, get your kids involved and let them build some childhood crafting memories with you. (Or for you!)Jumbo Craft Stick Flag at MadeFromPinterest.netThis is a craft you will be able to pull out year after year and remember the fun you had painting and gluing to put this terrific banner together. You could even glue a paint stick to the bottom of the flag and use them as fans to cool you off on a hot Fourth of July.

You can find other great summer ideas from Mariah at Giggles Galore. Enjoy browsing!Popsicle Stick Flag Craft MadeFromPinterest.netHere at MFP we have so many things for you! To cool you off for your Independance Day celebrations you will love this Layered Patriotic Drink .

Layered Patriotic Drink. Can be made with different color layers too! madefrompinterest.netOr these Patriotic Ice Cream Sandwiches.

Ice-Cream-Sandwiches (1)Maybe a neat treat like these Jello Stars.Patriotic Jello Stars - Reviewed and tested by one of the 3 crazy sisters at https://madefrompinterest.netBut wait there’s more! Check out these decorations for your celebration. (More rhyming, I know! But that one was on accident!)

Sand Candles are a quick craft.#DIY Sand Candles - I love these! I used drinking glasses and a votive I bought from a thrift store, added the #sand and a tea #candle. 30 minutes later I have 4 great candles for #4th of July. Made all four candles for $8 bucks! This pin was tested and reviewed by one of the 3 crazy sisters at every holiday needs it’s own wreath.DIY #Patriotic Wreath - I made this #wreath in a few hours with a pool noodle, yarn and some foam stars. Easy peasy! Tested and reviewed by one of the 3 crazy sisters at: https://madefrompinterest.netThese pins rock!

Havin’ fun linkin’ up with these sites today: High Heels and Grills – Made in a Day – Buns in my Oven – Daisy Cottage Designs – 733 Blog – Southern Lovely – The Life of Jennifer Dawn – Someday Crafts – DIY Crafty Projects – Lady Behind the Curtain – Lil Luna – A Glimpse Inside – Katherine’s Corner – Mandatory Mooch – Life With the Crust Cut Off – Real Coake – 52 Mantels – Glued to my Crafts – Live Laugh Rowe – Lamberts Lately – 36th Avenue – Fireflies and Jellybeans – House of Hepworth’s

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  1. Awesomeness! I’m feeling patriotic enough to put my hand over my heart just looking at these cute popsicle stick flags! Great idea. You’ve done some amazing 4th of July stuff.

    • This is such a fun holiday that seems to sneak up on me every year because it is so early in the month. It has got me so excited to celebrate now that I am all prepared! Hope your 4th is wonderful!

  2. These are so cute! My children will love making these!

  3. This looks awesome!!!

  4. Those look so cute and easy! I gotta try them with my kids. They look great in your banner and I bet they would look nice on a straw wreath, too!

  5. This is so cute! I’m going to make some with my kids. Thanks so much for sharing at Katherine’s Corner Blog Hop where I’m co-host today.

  6. This is so adorable! Love the bright colors and great memories! Thanks so much for linking this up. I’m sharing it on my social media today.

  7. Congratulations…this post was featured on Create It Thursday #9! Thanks so much for sharing such an awesome idea!

  8. Such a cute idea! I will have to try this with my 8 year old. Thanks for the fun idea!

  9. Love that!

  10. So cute, Sherri! What a fabulous idea.

  11. These are AWESOME! (visiting from the Blogtalk share) Hope you gals are doing well! :)


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