Blast Off This Fourth of July

Looking to throw a spectacular Fourth of July party this weekend but just moved? We have brought together a list of uses for the left over cardboard boxes and bubble wrap to make your Fourth of July party a huge success! Your kids, grand kids, nieces and nephews will love working with these crafts. The best part is you’re up-cycling all the moving materials that you would usually just throw away.

Creative Space Crafts that can add some edge to your Independence Day party:

Shoot for the stars in a Cardboard Rocket!
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Water rockets or drink dispensers? Either way your party is going to one to talk about with these! Get blueprints for these Here.

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Want something simpler for the little ones? Here’s some straw rockets! Find out more Here.

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Cardboard box fort can be more creative! Try making a Cardboard Space Ship to continue with the theme. Find out more Here.

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We love the idea of showing you patriotism on your lawn for all the neighbors to see!


Fourth of July Events in Your Area!


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Dunwoody 4th of July Parade

July 4, 2017, 9:00 am
2414-2450 Mount Vernon Road, Dunwoody, GA 30338, USA.

Looking for a free event to bring your family to? This year’s theme is A Small Town In A Big City for this annual Fourth of July Parade. It features marching bands, floats, clowns, animal units and local celebrities. The parade attracted over 2,500 participants and 32,000 spectators last year!

For more information go Here.

For more Fourth of July events in your area checkout events Here.


For more ideas check out our pinterest_favicon-014th of July Pinterest Board!

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