Throw a party this July 4th and decorate your table with a few Patriotic Mason Jar Luminaries. These fourth of July decorations are so easy to make and can be created using recycled glass mason jars. Now you can save money and celebrate the USA at the same time.
Get in the spirit for summer with these 25 4th of July Crafts. From fun ways to decorate your mantel to clever outdoor party decorations for your patriotic BBQ, these 4th of July crafts are all you need to honor and celebrate this great country of ours!
Fourth of July is a great holiday to decorate the house. Make this quick and easy patriotic centerpiece. With fabric, glitter and star pics you can have this decorative piece for every year.
Get in the American spirit with patriotic centerpiece ideas, like this Allium Fireworks Display. Made with dried flowers and spray paint, this beautiful and easy 4th of July craft is perfect for decorating your home.
With simple wooden shapes, you can create an Americana home accent piece. This flying angel holds a patriotic star.
Stars and patriotic ribbons surround a paper candle in this fun centerpiece for the 4th of July. Get the whole family involved in making these fun 4th of july centerpieces.
This Star Striped Pillow is a fun and free sewing pattern that is not very difficult at all! It would make a great addition to any couch or window seat while also showing a bit of good old American Spirit!
If you're heading to a Fourth of July barbecue, you can't leave home without a Fourth of July Recycled Wine Carrier. Patriotic crafts are perfect for a celebration and will help bring the party to life. Best of all, the materials can come from your very own recycle bin.
Need something to dress up those tables at your Fourth of July party? Create these cute and festive patriotic candle holders and you will have decorative candlelight all night long.
Turn an ordinary clay pot into a July 4th clay pot bell with some paint and patriotic stars. This 4th of July craft idea by Vicki O'Dell is a great way to decorate your home this 4th of July.