4th of July Kids Craft: Popsicle Stick Star Streamers

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Your children will LOVE this quick and easy 4th of July kids craft – popsicle stick star streamers! Made with craft sticks, tissue paper, and glue, these cute patriotic stars can be embellished with ribbons, glitter, sequins, and more! The sky’s the limit for these red, white, and blue stars! 

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My boys love creating holiday themed crafts, so today we’re sharing a fun 4th of July kids craft activity that they recently had a ton of fun with – popsicle stick star streamers!

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What You’ll Need to Make Streamer Stars:


Kids Craft Popsicle Stick Stars for 4th of JulyStart by gluing together five craft sticks to create a star shape. For maximum stability, add a dab of glue in all of the places where the craft sticks intersect one another.

Patriotic Popsicle Stick Star Craft for 4th of JulyIf you’d like to use your stars as a hanging decoration, glue a ribbon loop to the back side for hanging (or you can attach a skinny dowel to make a star wand!).

4th of July Star Kids Craft with Elmer's Early Learners GlueFlip your stars over to the back side, and glue on an assortment of tissue paper streamers.

Crafting with Elmer's Early Learners Glue PensI’ve said it before (and I’ll say it again!), but these Early Learners Glue Pens are the best EVER! The triangle shape encourages proper writing grip, and the fabric tip means that the kids can’t squeeze too much glue out all at once. The Early Learners glue is as strong as standard school glue, so you don’t have to worry about how well it will hold up to heavy embellishments or bulky items like those pom poms. It goes on purple but dries clear so that kids can see exactly where they’ve applied it (plus it helps them determine when their glued projects are dry!).

4th of July Craft for Kids - Patriotic Craft Stick StarsOnce the streamers on the back side have dried completely, flip the stars over and decorate the front. We used glitter, sequins and pom poms, but the sky’s the limit!

4th of July Kids Craft Idea - Star StreamersMy three-year-old had SO much fun with this craft that he would have made them all day long, but we ran out of craft sticks!

4th of July Patriotic Star Streamers Kids Craft

4th of July Kids CraftI hung the stars up on these hooks so that the glue could finish drying, and I’m loving the way they all look hanging up together!  I think I’m going to leave them here for awhile!

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Don’t forget to pin this easy 4th of July kids craft!

4th of July Kids Craft Idea - Patriotic Star Streamers

 

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One Comment

  1. These are super cute! I feel like maybe I need that early learner glue stick? šŸ˜€ I get overly ambitious with my amounts of glue sometimes. I feel like these could be super cute Christmas ornaments too!

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