Set Your Inner Crafty Diva Free For Independence Day!

Jun 30, 2016

Another year, another Independence Day celebration! And with that, come the decorations: you can’t deny that arriving at a house that is nicely decorated makes everything look better and immediately gets you in the festive mood! So wait no more and start decorating with some red, white and blue!

Whether you’re planning a backyard asado with family and friends or you just want some holiday decor to put around the house, we’ve rounded up 5 DIY crafts to get you and the kids into the patriotic spirit!

  1. Welcome Wreath

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    Show your patriotic pride and welcome guests in style with this super cute (and easy) DIY clothespin wreath. A pack of clothespins, a little paint and some hot glue is all it takes to create this quick and easy project.

     

  2. Stars And Stripes Vases

    Nothing says USA like a mason jar! Spray paint and stencils transform plain boring glass jars into pretty and unique vases for your table. Or, if you’re having a BBQ buffet, they make a great utensil holder.

  3. Candle Centerpiece

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    Hit up your neighborhood dollar store for some plain white candles and star stickers and – voila! – you have yourself an easy and affordable candle centerpiece. Mix it up by varying the heights and cluster 3-4 candles on a mirror tray for a pro look. If you’re feeling extra crafty, paint some spaced lines on a few of the candles.

  4. Paper Lanterns

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    A string of Christmas lights and colored craft paper are pretty much all you need to make these fun and easy paper lanterns. Create some party ambiance by hanging them from the deck or porch railings or use them to decorate your outdoor dinner table.

  5. Patriotic Garland

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    Whether strung from tree to tree or above the buffet table, paper garlands make fun and affordable decorations – and they’re so easy to make that even the kids can join in! Spruce up your party with these 3 DIY patriotic garland ideas.

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