Here are some messages, wishes, sayings, and greetings to share with others on Independence Day. They can be used in texts, cards, or social media posts for family, friends, colleagues, or bosses. Use them as-is or adapt and personalize them to create your own unique 4th of July greeting.
Check out this easy and fun tutorial on how to make these super cute sequin firecracker decorations for 4th of July. Opt for a sequined or a bejeweled version!
Many pets are afraid of fireworks and cats and dogs are more likely to run away or go missing on the 4th of July than any other time of the year. If you are proactive, you can keep your pet safe and calm during the annual fireworks displays.
You can explain Independence Day and the whole Revolutionary War in less than 10 minutes at your 4th of July picnic by only using condiments and pennies.
A perfect fabric scrap buster, this rustic patriotic star wall hanging is just the decoration you need for the Fourth of July, Memorial Day, or anytime you want to show off your patriotism. Follow the easy step-by-step instructions, and you can finish this craft in an afternoon.
Looking for a list of Fourth of July vocabulary words or planning a few themed word games for the kids? Then check out this list of 100 Fourth of July words!
These sparkly, jeweled firecrackers make the perfect decorations for the 4th of July! They are super easy to make and look great.
Flying flags, picnic dining, parades, patriotic songs, and fireworks are just a few of the ways that we celebrate the 4th of July in the U.S.
Celebrate America’s Independence Day with this rocking 4th of July playlist! Add some patriotic songs to your summer workout or cookout playlist.
This is the safest home-made mortar tube launcher you can easily build and make at home. Create a professional, safe display for your next Fourth of July party!
Explore some tips on how to make a memory-filled 4th of July and create new traditions in your family at the same time.