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Red, White, and Blue Wind Catcher Craft for Kids

by Jenna Gleason

This kids craft is such a fun art project for them to do for any patriotic celebration whether it be a bbq or a parade! These Red, White, and Blue Wind Catchers make for the perfect party decoration and look beautiful blowing in the wind. Simple, cheap, and a blast to make and all ages can enjoy!


Red, White, and Blue Construction Paper

Red, White, and Blue Tissue Paper





  1. Cut a blue piece of construction paper in half vertically. Tape the two ends together to make a cylinder.
  2. Using the white construction paper, draw and cut out stars, then glue them to the blue cylinder.
  3. Cut 6” strips of red, white, and blue tissue paper.
  4. Glue each strip inside the bottom of the the blue cylinder.
  5. Measure an 8” strip of ribbon. Glue it on opposite sides inside the blue cylinder, to hang or carry the wind catcher.

Then your done! Watch it breeze by right to left!


Jenna is a staff writer and production assistant at Creative Child Magazine. She is currently attending University of Nevada - Las Vegas.

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