Here's an idea for a Australia Day sun visor for kids to make - a fun way to shelter from that hot Australian sun!
Explore our growing collection of patriotic crafts for kids. We've got all sorts here - some country specific, but many you can adapt for whatever country (or even sporting team) your children prefer. And of course if the kids can wear or use the result of the craft, it will be even more successful! Have fun crafting!
This patriotic pen pot craft bears a striking resemblance to Uncle Sam's hat! It is quick and easy craft for kids of all ages for Fourth of July.
Here's a cute mini Uncle Sam's hat made out of a cork - who says that even pencils can't be decorated for Fourth of July!
Children will enjoy painting up some patriotic plant pots to decorate the house and garden for Fourth of July. You could line some up your steps to welcome visitors to your party, take a lightweight plastic plant pot with you to decorate the picnic table, or just scatter them about for fun.
Have some fun at your Canada Day or Independence Day picnic sailing our patriotic rafts. Why not make a few and, using drinking straws to blow the sails, have races!
Our patriotic ribbon keychain is for St David's Day but obviously can be adapted for any patriotic holiday by changing the colours! Use it to decorate a backpack or pencil case, or even to hold some keys!
Here's a Patriotic Snack Pot kids craft for Fourth of July - fun to paint and useful for picnics and parties, too!
Kids can whip up this cute little Union Jack bag for patriotic occasions such as the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. It would be a good party craft which you could then fill up with some mementoes and treats, too.
Get out the fabric paints and scraps and have a go at creating your own Union Jack t-shirt! Make it big like we did and it will last a few washes - and years!