Is there anything better than the 4th of July?? Beautiful weather, fireworks, barbecues with family and friends, and celebrating this great country. And is there anything better than 4th of July decorations?? The answer is no. Except maybe Christmas decorations. But even then it’s a close call.
So, in honor of all of the upcoming festivities, I am sharing some of my favorite patriotic projects that I have done in the past and then some that I’ve recently found around Bloggerland (**Bloggerland is a real place. And it’s magical).
Firstly, here is my favorite printable I’ve ever created!
You can see the post and download it HERE.
And here is my 4th of July mantel from last year. I still love my boards I created! I reused that cut out America shape this year too. Still love it!
These fun paper fireworks can be used for so many things! I used them for a garland along my mantel but they could be done in many different sizes for cute embellishments on just about anything. Full tutorial HERE.
Oh that’s right… I used the paper fireworks on my cute 4th of July wreath too! Tutorial HERE.
Now, enough about me and my patriotism… let’s see what others have been up to!
I am in LOVE with this printable from HMH Designs! It’s pretty much perfection in a printable as far as I’m concerned. Love everything about it.
I can hardly stand how amazingly awesome these painted mason jars from It All Started With Paint are. How much do you love these?? My jaw dropped when I first saw them. Love!
And this wreath/frame combo from Delia Creates is so stinkin’ cute! I love it all.
I love the charm with this next idea… a cup, napkin and silverware all together! I would squeal with delight if I showed up to a 4th of July BBQ and was given one of these! SQU-EAL, I say.
(I could only find the image on this one with no source… if you know the source let me know and I’ll link to it!)
And how’s this for a cheap, easy but impactful table runner? Love love love it. Tutorial here at Party People.
Again, I’m allll about cheap, easy, high-impact decor! These cute “wind socks” add such a festive feel while being dirt cheap and easy to make… and that’s what America is all about, right? 😉 Idea and tutorial from Multiples and More HERE.
And lastly, a fun patriotic game to play with your kids… Don’t Eat Sam! My Sister’s Suitcase created a patriotic twist to this classic game. View and download it HERE!
I hope this round up inspired you to put your patriotism out on display a little!
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