{friday finds: easy 4th of july decorations for your home}


Want a patriotic look for Independence Day that’s quick and easy? Sure you could stop by the store and buy something cheesy, but DIY is as American as apple pie, and these patriotic projects are all quick and easy.

Spray painted lawn stars:

Looking for an easy and unusual way to add some spirit to your lawn? Cut a stencil, grab a can of spray paint, and let the kids help create a very patriotic addition to your front yard.

Credit: Previously Paired

Easy Red, White and Blue table runner:

Add color to a white tablecloth with red and blue strips of crepe paper. Weave the colors and tape them to the table’s edges with double-sided tape.

Credit: Good Housekeeping

Credit: Good Housekeeping

Red, White, and Blue desserts:

Food makes the best decorations, because you and your guests can have fun “putting them away.” Any red and blue snack works, like these flag kebabs, a berry parfait, or even a centerpiece made out of red, white and blue candy (below).

Credit: Family Circle

Credit: Gluesticks Blog

Make a flag out of wood shims:

Paint six shims red and five shims white. Use one coat of chalk paint so the wood grain still shows through.

Credit: Mad in Crafts

A wreath from clothespins:

Credit: Preciously Paired

Red, White and Blue accessories:

Pillows and accessories are the quickest, easiest way to update a room. Add red and blue pillows or a throw blanket to a neutral setting, or use the Fourth as your excuse to buy that blue piece of furniture you’ve been eyeing for a while.
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