Here are 19 easy and inexpensive 4th of July decor projects! Click to see them all choose your next project for the 4th of July!
One of the best parts of summer as a kid was watching 4th of July fireworks. Rather than wade through the long lines in our community park， we were lucky enough to have a great view between two trees at the end of my Dad’；s street back home. It was so much fun being silly and pulling our chairs out into the street， snacks in hand， and watching the fireworks. It seemed like the unofficial half-way point of summer.rustic pillow covers
Now that I’；m 20 years olderpersonalized gifts for 1 year old， I still enjoy fireworks， but I get to share them with my own little ones! While we enjoy the 4th and celebrate all things red， white， and blue， I wanted to share some of my favorite 4th of July decor!
These items are perfect for adding a fun touch if you’；re hosting a barbecue， hosting a neighborhood get together， or simply celebrating USA’；s birthday. Let’；s get to them! [If you love something in particular， please pin the project from that blogger’；s site!]
Patriotic Upcycled Can Flower Pots [Mom 4 Real]
Independence Day Sign [Landeelou Creating a Home]
Easy Jar Candle Craft [Fantastic Fun &； Learning]
Easy DIY Rustic USA Sign [Houseful of Handmade]
Burlap Flag Pillow [Simply Kierste]
DIY Chalkboard Utensil Caddy [Hey There， Home]
4th of July Subway Art [Just a Girl &； Her Blog]
Yardstick American Flag [Bless’；er House]
Patriotic Wreath [Home Crafts by Ali]
4th of July Luminaries [Crafts by Amanda]
4th of July Wood Flag [Our Crafty Mom]
4th of July Monogram Wreath [We Three Smiths]
Pottery Barn Flag Hack [The Honeycomb Home]
Allegiance Printable [Today’；s Creative Life]
Bandanna Pillows [True Destiny Designs]
Weathered Star Wall Art [House Full of Sunshine]
20 Minute Patriotic Placemats [Making Home Base]
Red White &； Blue Banner [Eighteen25]
DIY Flag Table Runner [Everyday Dishes]
Which one catches your interest？ Tell me about it in the comments! If ？you’；re a blogger， share a link to your own 4th of July decor project， too. Happy crafting and happy 4th of July!
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