Easy 4th of July Decorations with Sensory Bottles

These easy 4th of July decorations using sensory bottles are so easy (and fun) to make! This post contains affiliate links.

Easy 4th of July decorations. These are so easy and fun to make and are dual-purpose too!

 

The 4th of July is nearly here! Every year, we enjoy celebrating America’s Independence day with family and friends. Today we are sharing some fun and super easy 4th of July party decorations that are not only easy to make, they are also fun for kids to play with at the party.

The supply list for this easy 4th of July craft idea is short (see below)

Easy 4th of July craft for kids. Not only is this fun to make, kids can use these to play with!

Using recycled bottles, some rice and cute buttons and trims, these will brighten up your BBQ or picnic table.

4th of July Craft idea - simple to make and fun for the kids!

They are so festive and fun!

Simple 4th of July craft for kids. Great for a 4th of July centerpiece or activity for the kids to make.

 

 

Easy 4th of July Decorations

Patriotic Rice Sensory Bottle

Whats Needed:
• Empty Bottle – one with no ridges generally perform best (Sparkling ice, Voss, some water bottles)
• Rice
• Patriotic objects small enough to fit through the opening or bendable to maneuver through. we used Poms, beaded necklace pieces, and buttons
Goo Gone Spray Gel

 

Directions:
– Find your perfect bottle to use for and peel the label off. Use Goo Gone or soap to get the adhesive off the bottle. Wash it all out with warm soapy water. Let the bottle dry completely before adding any object.
– Fill the bottle about a fourth of the way with rice. Add in a few of your Patriotic objects.
– continue to layer your bottle with rice and objects until you get about 1-2 inches from the top. Leaving this space will allow the objects to mix.
– Once you are happy with your Patriotic Rice Sensory Bottle be sure to use a hot glue gun or gorilla glue to seal it closed.

We hope you enjoyed this easy craft idea! We strive to be one of your best planning resources for making the most of your time. If you enjoyed this project, please consider sharing – we thank you!

Be sure to check out our 4th of July dessert recipes,

Desserts for the fourth of July party

 

and other easy 4th of July decorating ideas.

 

Where are you celebrating the 4th?

easy simple craft idea

Easy 4th of July decor

Comments

  1. This is gorgeous.
    I need to tell you that Des made one in school. It was a patriotic sensory bottle! It’s not nearly as gorgeous and professional as yours, but he loves it SO MUCH. So they really do make great crafts/gifts.

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