Easy Statue of Liberty Crown

Make this Easy Statue of Liberty Crown from the FREE #Cricut Cut File via @PagingSupermom #explorecricut #julyfourth

Remember the free printable Statue of Liberty Crown that we shared last year? Well we’ve made it even easier for you to make Statue of Liberty Crowns for the Fourth of July this year by converting our design to a cut file for the new Cricut Explore machine. If you haven’t read about why this new cutter is super awesome, go here.

Easy Statue of Liberty Crown from a free cut file via @PagingSupermom

Make this Easy Statue of Liberty Crown from the FREE #Cricut Cut File via @PagingSupermom #explorecricut #julyfourth

Okay so let me show you how easy it is to make a Statue of Liberty Crown, and then you will be ready to cut one for all the kids at your July 4th barbecue!

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Fourth of July Cap DIY

Patriotic Cap Tutorial from Small Fry via @PagingSupermom

We are happy to welcome our friends from Small Fry today. These ladies have such fab, modern style, and today they are sharing with us a cool July 4th DIY project. Take it away Emily…

Hello, my name is Emily, and I along with Nicole and Jenna, run Small Fry, a children’s lifestyle blog. We have six boys between us, and cover everything from fashion, recipes, parties, film, fun and adventure. Really anything that helps us better celebrate our time with our young kids!

Patriotic Cap Tutorial from Small Fry via @PagingSupermom

Fourth of July is one of those holidays where dressing up is encouraged. Showing patriotism only adds to the fun of the day, but spending a lot of money on those one-time wear items is silly! Here is a quick, at-home DIY that costs about a dollar or less.

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Worksheet Wednesday: What’s the Contiguous United States?

Coloring map of the Contiguous United States and many more free Printables from PagingSupermom.com

Coloring map of the Contiguous United States and many more free Printables from PagingSupermom.com

Since my family travelled pretty much all summer, my boys suggested we color in a map to show the states we visited this year. I quickly formatted and printed this map only to discover confusion among my youngest. He was so concerned: where were Alaska and Hawaii? Since we hadn’t visited either of those states, I (lazily) left them off the map which ended up presenting us the perfect opportunity to explain a couple terms we hear referring to similar maps: The Lower 48 and Continental United States.

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