I love the 4th of July because it is a celebration of independence. The holiday is a great excuse for getting together with friends and family. Here are 9 creative DIY patriotic shirts that you can wear to your 4th of July gathering.
My Captain America Tie Dye Shirt is among the most popular posts on my blog. My kids and I made these shirts two years ago and they still wear them now.The red and blue bandanas add visual interest to this bandana flag shirt by Sugar Bee Crafts. You could create this same project with any red or blue fabric scraps.
I’m not sure what I love more, the anchor tees from Salt and Pepper Moms or the adorable boys that are wearing them! This easy project uses shirts in patriotic colors along with red, white and blue fabric.
Cutesy Crafts used freezer paper and an eraser to create this eraser stamped 4th of July shirt. Children can definitely help make this fun patriotic shirt.
Last year my daughter was still in her princess phase. It was only fitting that I created this all American princess shirt for her to wear on the 4th of July. I used glitter heat transfer vinyl. A free cut file is included with the post.
I adore the ruffles on this 4th of July shirt by Make It & Love It. It requires a little hand sewing but I think even I could manage it.
This upcycled patriotic flower shirt by Me And My Inklings uses buttons, hot glue, ribbon and embroidery floss.I love that it is non-traditional patriotic shirt.
This hand print flag patriotic shirt by Glued To My Crafts pulls at my heartstrings with that little red heart in the blue hand print. This patriotic ribbon shirt by Sugar Bee Crafts is just as cute as the girl wearing it. There’s a full video tutorial on how to make it on her blog.
I hope one of these creative patriotic shirt ideas is perfect for you. No matter what you wear this 4th of July, make sure it is red, white and blue!