Check Out These Fast & Easy 4th of July Crafts to Dress Up Your RV!

4th of July is right around the corner – so why not get festive and decorate your new or used RV with fantastic homemade patriotic decorations? Or freeze up some delicious frozen yogurt fruit pops? Several of these ideas are incredibly easy to do with kids whether you’re traveling for the holiday or welcoming guests this summer. Check out these easy 4th of July crafts below and get to making!

String Lights

Dip yarn in a mixture of water + white school glue and wrap around inflated balloons. When dry, pop the balloons and remove from the yarn casing. Then hang the balls on a string of holiday lights to add a festive and patriotic touch to your campsite! Get the full directions here.

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Flag Mason Jars

Snip the dowel rods off of miniature cloth flags and slide the flags inside quart size Mason jars. Add sand and an LED tea light for a quick and easy table topper decoration! You can read the full instructions here.

4th of July Crafts
Photo: Thrifty Decor Chick

Patriotic Wind Sock

Attach lengths of red, white, and blue ribbon to a wooden embroidery hoop. Add a length of twine for hanging and let the breeze do the work! These pretty wind socks are easy to make for any season or month of the year, but are especially pretty in patriotic colors. Get the full tutorial here.

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Photo: Hey Let’s Make Stuff

Red, White, and Blue Frozen Yogurt Popsicles

Nothing beats the heat like a fruity, frozen yogurt popsicle! The kids or grandkids will love to help make them, and everyone will enjoy eating them. Mix 8 oz vanilla yogurt with ½ cup blueberries or sliced strawberries (or both!) and divide evenly into a popsicle mold. Freeze until firm and enjoy! Get the recipe here.

4th of July Crafts

These are just a few 4th of July crafts that you can make with the kids to dress up your new or used RV – grab several more ideas here! And contact us if your RV needs a little TLC before you hit the road, like some routine RV service or maintenance. Happy travels!

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