It’s time to celebrate summer with one of America’s favorite holidays! Get ready to break out the red, white and blue. If you look up “4th of July crafts” on Pinterest, you’ll find tons of ideas for decorating your home for the holiday. Today’s DIY round-up features 10 of my favorite projects from ten very talented bloggers. I hope you find just the right project to decorate your home this 4th of July. And maybe discover some creative new blogs to follow. 🙂
4th of July Crafts
1 Painted mason jars make for a delightful and patriotic way to serve utensils at your 4th of July barbecue or picnic. .
Tutorial: It All Started with Paint
2 Bring a touch of simple yet stylish Americana to your table by turning a plain strip of burlap into a delightful table runner. And it requires no sewing!
3 Red napkins look so festive when adorned with easy-to-make napkin rings. In just minutes you can create enough for your whole table.
Tutorial: She Knows Living
4 You can’t have a party table without a fun centerpiece. These paper flowers are fun to make and they don’t require any watering.
Tutorial: Live Laugh Rowe
5 I love projects made from terracotta pots, because it’s such fun painting them. This planter project will add lots of festive flair to your patio.
Tutorial: Wait ‘Til Your Father Gets Home
6 Here’s another simple project using burlap. The cute little adornments are called “yo-yos”. That was a new one for me, but they look like a lot of fun to make. I’m sure you can think of a variety of ways to use them on other projects. Check out the tutorial to find out more.
Tutorial: Crafts Unleashed
7 Do you have any 2×4’s sitting around in your garage? Well, you could make a cool “firecracker” display like this one. These have been done using craft paper and Mod Podge.
Tutorial: Oopsey Daisy
8 Here are some more wooden “firecrackers” for you. Made out of 4×4’s and decorated with paint, these would look fabulous decorating your front porch or by the door.
Tutorial: Roubinek Reality
9 Simple often says it best. You can use this charming star sign to decorate your mantel or hang it on the wall.
Tutorial: Craftaholics Anonymous
10 Yes. I’ve got a thing for pillows. Naturally when I saw this ruched flag pillow, I had to include it in today’s DIY round up. By changing up the fabric, you could use this idea to make pillows for any celebration, season or room.
Tutorial: iCandy Handmade
Are you ready to decorate your home for the 4th? Though these projects were designed to add a festive touch to your home for the holiday, many can be used year round. And some can be altered to fit any season or be part of your regular decor. Be creative and have fun with it!