Here’；s a fun summer craft to make! This？DIY 4th of July Ribbon Flag will look festive and bring your patriotic spirit out wherever you decide to display! Fourth of July decorating is better when you have a few DIY 4th of July crafts to use!
Welcome to my Summer Celebration series as I share a few guest bloggers with you! Today I have Kara from Small Things are Big Things. ？Kara is sharing a few fun 4th of July crafts that you still have time to make! I love this 4th of July Ribbon Flag and all her other 4th of July craft ideas! Enjoyfamily pillow cover
I found a Ribbon 4th of July Flag in Family Fun magazine a few years ago， I decided to make some modifications and ended up with one of my favorite 4th of July decorations.
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Tip： I found the 12-inch piece of wood was just a bit too short even as I overlapped the 13 ribbons. I used a 5-gallon paint stirrer. It’s thicker and leaves about 6” on either side of the width of the flag. I might cut it down eventually but the extra weight and length make secure mounting!.
Still in the mood for some 4th of July DIY？ How about a Miniature Flag Canvas with your child’s fingerprints， or some red， white and blue door candy.
If your not in the mood to get craftypersonalized housewarming gifts， try one of our favorite 4th of July activities. It involves spreading the 4th of July cheer to your whole community!
Hi there， I’m Kara Noel and I believe life is a collection of small moments. And that small things matter because they are actually BIG! My mom died unexpectedly in February 2013 and my perspective was completely changed. I value every small moment with my husband and 4 children (Eli 6， Cora 5， Cyrus 3， and Tess 1) and I share DIY from my home， everyday thoughts， fun stuff to do around town， kiddo birthday parties， and causes that make me feel passionate. Help me change the world one small thing at a time!
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Hello! My name is Karisa, I'm the gal behind the blog Petite Modern Life, and I'm so excited to be sharing on DTLB for the second time!
While the division lines are clearly drawn between dog lovers and cat enthusiasts there can be no doubt that Britain is an island of pet lovers. Our homes just wouldn’t be the same without our furry friends- rabbits, rodents, guinea pigs, even squirrel monkeys are getting a look in these days! And while they are all cute as can be, and lots of fun to care, for they do all unfortunately bring with them a distinct trail of devastation!
If you have ever owned a portable chair, tent, or other outdoor equipment then you have probably experience the difficulty of putting that item back into the bag it came in. Perhaps the bag has been lost, torn or is just too tight of a fit. This is especially true with tents. These instructions will show how to make a bag for the portable chair but it will also show alternatives to make an easy cover for dutch ovens, sleeping bag or other equipment. Canvas works well because is durable, sturdy and easy to sew with. If you want to make it water proof you can use waxed canvas or industrial nylon.