Make these adorable DIY 4th of July Dome Candy Holders on your Cricut. They make perfect patriotic party favors for your summer bash!

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Summer is here! Let’s celebrate America’s birthday by making these fun and festive dome candy holders on your Cricut. They are perfect for summer 4th of July celebrations. Kids and adults love them. 

  

Get all the 4th of July Candy Holders

Are you excited to make these cute little baubles? Get all the patriotic themed dome candy holders here:

Looking for a great value? The 4th of July Candy Holder Bundle is very popular.

Supplies Needed

The great thing about these candy holders are that they are not expensive to make. I do recommend investing in good glue. It will make your life so much easier when making these. It lasts a while and you can use it on any paper crafting you do. 

Assembly

There is a full tutorial with video to walk you through step by step how to create these cute little critters.

DIY Cricut Made Dome Candy Holders Tutorial

Also, with every single candy holder a quick assembly video is included for that specific candy holder. There is never any guessing how these guys go together.

Looking for assembly videos on your specific purchased design? Click here.

The Perfect Party Favor

While celebrating America’s birthday with friends and family, these candy holders make the perfect party favor. It’s a way to take your summer celebration to the next level. And who doesn’t love a little red, white and blue candy!

Have any suggestions of a candy holder you would like to see? Let me know in the comments. 

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