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The 4th of July is coming up fast and with comes summer fun, memories and get-togethers. Whether you are decorating for a patriotic party or just getting into the spirit of our nation's celebration of freedom, these DIY 4th of July decorations will definitely show your pride.
From wreaths to flower pots and even window clings, there are DIY patriotic crafts for both children and adults in this collection of DIY 4th of July decorations.
12 DIY's For 4th of July Decorations
Tin Can Flag Themed Flower Pots – An easy family project that will brighten your patio or home
Easy DIY Red, White, and Blue Yarn Stars – This is a very cute and easy craft you can get the kids to help with. It was really fun!
USA Wood Letters – I love this one all year around in my kitchen but it's also perfect for your summer decor for Memorial Day to Labor Day!
DIY Firecracker Decor – Old world charm that doesn't blow up
4th of July Party Decor – Easy crafts to decorate for your gathering
Washi Tape Wreath for July 4th – Using everyday items this wreath will have the neighbors asking you where you got it
Patriotic Blocks – Perfect craft for toddlers to teens
4th of July Apothecary Jars – More Old World charm with these rustic decorations
Fourth of July Red Burlap Wreath – No one will believe you made this or how simple it was
DIY Patriotic Window Clings – Toddlers to Elementary Aged children can easily create these window decorations
4th of July Recycled Windchimes – This is a clever way to upcycle and show your patriotism
Celebrate America Memory Tray – For the scrapbookers, this display will be hard to put away at the end of the season
So I have to know! What are some of your favorite 4th of July decorations?
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