10 Great Fourth of July Crafts for Kids
Written by Jen Betterley
We love Scrumdilly-Do's idea for using a salad spinner to create this beautiful firework-esque artwork!
To get started on your own Fourth of July masterpieces, you'll need materials such as paper, liquid watercolors, scissors, a salad spinner, and most importantly -- a "splat mat." But before letting your kids get busy with spinning, Mama Jessica offers up some great advice: "Make sure your kidlet is in mess-friendly clothing. The mess potential on this project is quite high." With that in mind, this project may just be absolutely perfect for a sunny backyard art day filled with impromptu trips through the sprinkler. Who says cleaning up can't be fun as well?