4th of July T-Shirts | Pin of the Week

This week’s patriotic tees pin comes from Kara at Kara’s Creative Place.

Kara used plastic cups, rubber bands, permanent markers and rubbing alcohol to create this cool tie-dye look without the hassle or mess of other tie-dye methods. Kids will love decorating their own shirts to wear for 4th of July celebrations. We love how easy and customizable these shirts are! Let your kids color the shirts however they want—each one will be unique.

With less drying time than puffy paints and no fussy iron-on patches, children of many ages and abilities can participate—if they can color with a marker, they can make a shirt!

Erin demonstrates another cute and simple idea for patriotic apparel at her blog CraftyErin. Let us know if you make one of these, and we’d love to hear from you if you have a fun idea of your own.

While 4th of July celebrations are summer staples for many families, remember to stay safe with these summer safety tips from Cincinnati Children’s.

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Have a safe and happy 4th of July!

Ashley Eilers

About the Author: Ashley Eilers

Ashley is the Social Media intern at Cincinnati Children’s. She is entering her senior year at the College of Mount St. Joseph, majoring in communication studies with minors in business and written communication. Ashley grew up on the west-side of Cincinnati and, when not otherwise occupied with work or school, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, reading and traveling.

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