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20 Easy DIY Fourth of July Decorations

20 Easy DIY Fourth of July Decorations

With Memorial Day quickly approaching and Fourth of July just around the corner, I thought it would be fun to throw out some easy DIY decorating ideas! You know I love a holiday, but I get even MORE excited about making the decorations myself!


Patriotic Stars and Stripes Sign

I Love how bold, yet simple this sign is. And it’s not the normal flag decorations, love the twist!


USA Apothecary Jars

It seems these jars are buzzing around pinterest, and I just think the patriotic look for the Fourth of July is amazing!

firework pom poms

Firework Pom Poms

These babies would be so cute stuck in a centerpiece or popping out of a wreath. Really the possibilities are endless!


Paper Medallions Wreath

How fun is this wreath?! And it would be SO easy to make. What a cute way to spice up your front door for the holiday!

burlap ruffle flag

Burlap Ruffle Flag

This frame is so shabby chic, a little bit girly, but precious as can be! Perfect for hanging on a wall or sitting on a self.

fourth of july subway art

Fourth of July Subway Art

Such a statement piece that NEEDS to be framed and in my house. I love the modern feel to it!


God Bless America Printable

And I cannot leave out this print. You try reading it and not start singing the song, ha!


Red, White, & Blue Votive Candles

Grab yourself a couple of votives, dye some rice red and blue, then layer the dried rice in the votives. Once that’s done place your candle inside and voila! A simple, yet classy patriotic decoration!

American Flag Ice Bucket

American Flag Ice Bucket

Hosting cook outs and picnics are a given with these holidays, so an ice bucket fr drinking cooling is a must! But who wants a plain silver one? Try painting it up as a flag for some added festive flare?!

jeweled fireworks decoration

Jeweled Firecrackers

If you like then you should’ve put some bling on it! Why yes my friends, you can make some fun, blinging, firecrackers to brighten your home.

patriotic necklace

Patriotic Necklace

If your house is ready for the holiday, then you better be too! This cute necklace is sure to do the trick!

Sally Hansen Nail Art

Patriotic Nail Art

But don’t forget about your nails either. Be the envy of all party goers with these patriotic beauties!


Stars and Stripes Color Splash Art

Oh man, I cannot take my eyes off of this artwork! Think I’ll be painting this ASAP.

denim flag wreath

Denim Flag Wreath

Do you have some old jeans that you’re thinking of throwing out?! Wait! Before you do take a shot at making this fun wreath! Who knew upcycling could be so fun?!


Red, White, & Blue Star Garland

Talk about an easy craft that adds instant cuteness! This one will certainly do the trick.


Fourth of July Fabric Banner

I love this country chic banner. Just head to your local craft store and enjoy some fabric shopping! I LOVE fabric shopping…think it’s an addiction, ha!


Paper Star Place Cards

Have you seen anything cuter? Perfect for a nice patriotic dinner or even to sit on a counter!

ruched flag pillows

Ruched Flag Pillows

These babies would be SO cute on our reading chairs and so cute as a general throw pillow all together!

painted mason jars

Painted Mason Jars

Need a little storage for your cook out, or counters? Add these painted mason jars for a little patriotic spice!

USA door hanger

USA Door Hanger

How bright and fun is this? Paint wooden stars from your local craft store and hang! Simple as pie!


Who’s feeling a little patriotic now? Maybe even a little crafty?!


Which idea is your favorite?
Which one might you make???


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5 thoughts on “20 Easy DIY Fourth of July Decorations

  1. Thank you so much for including our USA apothecary jars among so many amazing projects! So many wonderful ad ideas!

    Take care,


    1. Thanks for making such CUTE jars!!!

  2. This post is TOO fab. I am going to pick one item you’ve listed above to create something fun. Don’t worry… I will be sure to share. Thank you. 🙂

    1. Great!!!

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