It's not too late to get into the spirit of Independence Day. Here, a round-up of the best tutorials from around the web to make your Fourth of July celebrations truly star-spangled. Have fun!
Heidi at Hands Occupied shows us how to paint an acrylic flag necklace using plexiglass.
Here's another fantastic tutorial by Heidi over at Hands Occupied - how to give an old terracotta pot a patriotic makeover.
Head over to Almost Makes Perfect for a tutorial along with a collection of printable matchbox labels.
We love this easy no-sew burlap table runner tutorial by Domestically Speaking.
In this tutorial, Grey Luster Girl shows us how to make an awesome string art map using straight pins, instead of nails. Genius!
Loving Studio DIY's easy star-spangled garland using red and blue streamers.
In this tutorial, Studio DIY demonstrates how to make some cute firecracker cake toppers using card stock and silver tissue paper.
Learn how to make these gorgeous 3D-style patriotic paper stars in this tutorial by The Elli Blog.
In this brilliant step-by-step tutorial, Allison from Dream a Little Bigger demonstrates how to decorate your shoes with the American flag.
All you need is a hot glue gun and some buttons in this tutorial for a patriotic ring by My Favourite Things.
In this simple tutorial, A Bit of Sunshine shows us how to use paint chips to create a Fourth of July banner.
Make a gorgeous 3D star garland in this step-by-step tutorial by Creative Juice.
In this tutorial, Jude Louise Designs demonstrates how to use felt to make a stunning patriotic wreath.
Learn how to make a gorgeous trailing star piñata in this excellent tutorial by Confetti Pop.
Make a glorious kite garland for Independence Day in this tutorial by Brit + Co.
Learn how to make an amazing outdoor garland that lights up in this tutorial by Fun Home Things.
P.S. Blog demonstrates how to make a spectacular patriotic paper lei in a step-by-step tutorial.
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