Is your 4th of July decor looking a little lack-luster? I know ours is. In fact, it’s non-existent this year. If you’re behind on your decorating too, you’ll love these easy and fun red, white, and blue crafts.
Normally I love decorating for the 4th. Our table is decorated in festive colors with fun centerpieces. The chaos of this summer has gotten to me this year, though, and I’m not quite on top of things like usual.
I’m so excited about how easy these red, white, and blue crafts are. Now I can catch up for the holiday celebration without further derailing my schedule!
Americana Placemats Made Using Chalk Couture (Create and Babble)
How cool are these placemats? They add an elegant touch to your holiday table without breaking the bank.
How To Make An Easy Peasy Patriotic Denim Wreath (Shoppe No.5)
Do you have some old jeans collecting dust in your drawer? Turn them into a gorgeous piece of decor for your door with these easy tutorial.
Coastal Patriotic Centerpiece (Across the Blvd.)
Do you love beachy decor but think it prevents you from adding holiday touches? Across the Blvd. shows you how to add patriotic touches to your coastal decor with this easy tutorial.
DIY Pallet Wood Patriotic Party Picnic Crate (Knick of Time)
We have so many pallets waiting to be turned into something awesome and this picnic crate is perfect! Corral your supplies in a festive way with this awesome project!
Fourth of July Decorations (Country Chic Cottage)
Don’t go out and buy a special table runner for your 4th of July celebration. Instead, make this adorable and festive one for much cheaper!
DIY Patriotic Garland Using Paper Goodie Bags (Dazzle While Frazzled)
How insanely genius is this easy patriotic decor?! Turn some packs of goodie bags into gorgeous decor with this tutorial.
Stars and Stripes Door Hanger (Domestically Creative)
This beautiful stars and stripes decor is super simple to make. Don’t let the name fool you. This decor will look great anywhere you choose to hang it, inside or out!
Burlap and Chevron Fabric Banner (Curly Crafty Mom)
The brightness of this piece of decor immediately draws your guests in. The best part? It is super fun and easy to make.
Granny’s Patriotic Wreath (Eye Love Knots)
Turn your next crochet project into this gorgeous wreath! Who would have thought that granny squares could become such an awesome door decoration?
Wooden American Flag DIY Craft (Ann’s Entitled Life)
This easy wood project is perfect for setting on your porch to welcome guests. Create an adorable vignette with this American flag and some beautiful potted flowers.
How to Make a Red White and Blue Wreath (Anika’s DIY Life)
Turn dollar store finds into frugal and festive decor with this easy project. It is bright, colorful, and perfect for dressing up your home on a budget.
Easy DIY Patriotic Wall Art on Canvas (Across the Blvd.)
I never would have thought of using canvas in this way, but the end result is incredible. It is the perfect addition to your patriotic mantle.
Scrappy Fabric 4th of July Banner (Curly Crafty Mom)
If you didn’t already feel the need for a chalkboard sign, you definitely will now. This fabric banner accentuates the sign perfectly and adds a playful touch to your 4th of July decor.
Patriotic Basket Decor (Cookies, Coffee, and Crafts)
Remember earlier when I said that the wooden American flag would make an adorable vignette? Plant your flowers in this gorgeous basket to knock your porch decor out of the park!
These easy and fun red, white, and blue crafts will have your home 4th of July ready in no time. I love how easy they are to coordinate with each other. In addition to the basket and the wooden American flag, you can also pair the table runner and placemats together with the pallet caddy for a pulled together holiday table. That is efficiency right there!
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