USA Wood Craft Idea for Kids

Had enough of working with paper crafts? It’s time to give this wood craft idea a go with your little one! This one is again, super simple and easy to work with, and it’s just in time for the 4th of July! Let’s get this started.

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Instructions for the Wood Craft Idea

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USA Wood Craft Idea for Kids

wood craft idea

Looking for an easy 4th of July home decor? This one's for you.


  • Blue acrylic paint
  • Red acrylic paint
  • White acrylic paint
  • Small foam brush
  • Small paintbrush for writing letters
  • 3 wood circle cutouts
  • Raffia or Ribbon
  • A drill or wood burning tool to make a second hole


  1. First, carefully drill/burn a second hole in each wood piece, opposite the pre-drilled hole. Next, using the foam brush, paint each wood piece red, white, and blue. Let dry.
  2. Now paint letters on each using the small paintbrushWhite wood piece: Red “U”Red wood piece: Blue “S”Blue wood piece: White “A”
  3. Once dry, set the pieces up from top to bottom spelling “USA” and tie with raffia or ribbon. Tie a piece between the bottom hole of the “U” and the top hole of the “S”.
  4. Then tie a piece between the bottom hole of the “S” and the top hole of the “A”. Finally tie a piece on the top of the “U” to hang. Snip off any excess.


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Finished Product

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