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7 Unique Independence Day Craft Ideas For Kids

Independence Day commemorates India’s independence from British rule. So, celebrate this 75th Independence day with your kids by creating unique independence day craft ideas.

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India became an independent nation in 1947 after a long and difficult struggle. On this day, Indians all over the country celebrate with patriotic fervour. 

There are many events and ceremonies held on Independence Day to commemorate the day India became independent. Many people attend patriotic rallies and speeches in honour of the country. Many people also visit historical sites in India that date back to the time of independence. Indian restaurants and businesses are especially busy on this day, as people celebrate with food and drinks. However, If you’re going to spend time at home with your kids this independence day, you can engage them with Independence day craft ideas. 

Along with crafts, you can tell them about the story and struggle of Independence Day, the struggle and pain of freedom fighters, national symbols, flags, and other topics to instill patriotism for the country in kids. So, let’s get started with an easy independence day craft.

7 Unique Independence Day Craft Ideas For Kids 

1) Tricolor Easy Tulips 

tricolor tulips

Tricolor is one of the easy independence day craft ideas for kids if you provide them with proper instructions. Let’s learn how to make easy tulips. 

Materials Needed

1) Ivory Sheets (Green, White, Orange, and Blue.) 

2) Scissors

3) Fevicol

4) 4-5 Straws

5) Punching Machine

How To Make?

1) Cut the colored papers into Tulip shapes for one of the unique Independence Day craft ideas.

2) Fold the flowers back and forth.

3) Make holes in the center of the folded tulips using the punching machine.

4) Insert a straw through the flower’s holes.

5) And it’s a wrap. 

2) National Flag With Ice-Cream Sticks

National Flag

Stop buying plastic-made national flags from stationery stores and start making your own. It’s also an easy independence day craft for toddlers. 

Materials Needed

1) White & Blue Ivory Sheet ( A4 size )

2) Ice-Cream Sheets 

3) Paint & Brushes

4) Fevicol 

How To Make?

1) Cut the paper into the shape of the flag for creating one of the unique Independence Day craft ideas.

2) Take 2 sticks and paint them with a saffron/ orange color. 

3) Take another 2 sticks and paint them with green color. 

4) Stick the sticks accordingly on the paper. 

5) Now, cut a circle from the blue ivory sheet to create Ashok Chakra. 

6) Stick the circle in the middle and create lines with a white pen

3) Tricolor DIY Badges

tricolor badge

You can call it one of the unique independence day craft ideas. Furthermore, kids are usually fond of wearing badges, so go for it. Kids will love it. 

Materials Needed

1) Cardboard

2) White Ivory Sheet

3) Safety Pin

4) Double Tape

5) Oil Pastels

How To Make?

1) For this easy independence day craft, cut a circular piece of cardboard

2) Cut the same shape from ivory paper.

3) Finally, adhere the paper to the cardboard.

4) Draw two horizontal equal-distance lines on the circle.

5) Now, color the circle accordingly.

6) Flip your badge over, grab a safety pin, and secure it with double tape.

4) Tricolor Keychain

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You can make a keychain using quilling sheets, and they can use it to zip their bags’ zip. So, do check out this one of the unique independence day craft ideas. 

Materials Needed

1) Quilling Sheets

2) Quilling Tool

3) Blank Keychain Loops 

4) Fevicol

How To Make?

1) For this easy independence day craft, put the paper strip in the tool and wrap the paper around the tool’s needle. 

2) Make circles around the tool.

3) Make paper circles of saffron, white, and green. 

4) Stick them together.

5) Lastly, stick the blank keychain loops. 

5) Finger Painting Flag

easy tricolor fingerpaint art

Kids love finger painting, and they will enjoy this easy independence day craft. Kids love dipping their fingers inside the box of paint. So, do try this one!

Materials Needed

1) Ivory Sheet ( White )

2) Paint Box ( It should include orange, white, blue, and green color )

3) Ice-Cream Stick

4) Fevicol

How To Make?

1) Cut the paper into the shape of the flag for creating one of the unique Independence Day craft ideas.

2) Create horizontal divisions so that you can color. 

3) Now, let your kids dip their fingers into the paint box and imprint it on the paper. 

4) Lastly, cut the ends of the ice cream stick. 

5) Stick it to the left of the paper. 

6) A Tricolor Bookmark

Independence day craft

Kids are usually fond of bookmarks, isn’t it? So, go for this easy independence day craft to showcase your patriotism. 

Materials Needed

1) Paints

2) White Ivory Sheet

3) Blue marker

4) Scissor

How To Make?

1) Cut the white paper into rectangular sections ( Basically the size of a bookmark ) 

2) To paint, draw two horizontal lines.

3) Let your child paint the bookmark with the paints. 

4) Once it’s dry enough, draw Ashok Chakra with 24 spokes. 

7) Draw & Write Slogans

You can call this one of the most creative and unique independence day craft ideas for kids. 

Materials Needed

1) Crayons

2) Ivory Sheets

3) Pencil 

How To Make?

1) You can help your child draw anything related to patriotism or a flag, along with white birds. It should depend on a child’s creativity. Moreover, you can take the help of the internet. 

2) Draw it and color it. 

3) Ask your kids to write a slogan near the drawing. 

Conclusion

These unique independence day craft ideas are intended to instill a spirit of patriotism and belonging to the country. So, on this long weekend, you can tell the story of Independence, watch movies, and try out this easy independence day craft. Apart from this, you can also enroll your kids in our FREE workshops. PiggyRide wishes you all a very prosperous Independence day in advance. So, let us pledge to preserve our great nation’s peace and unity.

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WRITTEN BY:
Nidhi Arora

Hi Friends! I am Nidhi Arora.
I am working as a content writer with PiggyRide. I graduated from Delhi University with a bachelor's degree in literature and am currently pursuing an MA in Literature. I am an enthusiastic reader and a dedicated writer.

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