How to make 19 cheap and easy Patriotic decorations. These DIY decorations are perfect for an indoor or outdoor party and can be easily made by the kids.
The last thing you want to be doing is spending a lot of money decorating, when you still have the catering to think about.
Each of these DIY 4th of July decorations are so easy to make that you can leave the kids to it, meaning you have more time to prepare all the other 100 and one things.
Sounds pretty good doesn’t it!
Easy Patriotic Decorations You Are Going To Love
Firstly, if you intend on having a party, you will need invitations, but you might as well grab an entire printable party kit.
For the ultimate lounging around experience over the 4th July, you are going to need some patriotic pillows.
They will be the perfect decoration accompaniment and they are seriously a lot easier to make than you might think.
This is the perfect way to greet your guests and I love this printable by Today’s Creative Life. It’s gorgeous and would really set the tone of the party.
Ok, I think you will have to agree with me on this one, but this has to be the easiest decoration you are going to undertake for the 4th July.
This is something that everyone can undertake simply by using some cardboard and some construction marking spray paint.
Check out the Country Cottage to see how amazing it looks and to answer all your burning questions such as “will this kill my lawn?”
These paper stars by Lea Griffith are absolutely adorable. With a fantastic tutorial to follow, this will keep the kids busy in the lead up to the celebrations.
Paper chains are one of the easiest decorations you can create and with a free printable from Love The Day, that decoration just even got easier!
You can’t go too far wrong in decorating then with a tissue paper garland. Tissue paper is so cheap, so you can really go to town with this decoration.
Landeelu shows you how easy and beautiful this can be.
I love this garland by Fun Home Things.
Simply by purchasing some cheap plastic tablecloths, you can create a decoration that is going to withstand the weather and provide a whole pop of color.
Another way to add an easy splash of color is by using tissue paper to make pom poms, and these tissue paper fireworks by Hey Lets Make Stuff is perfect for the occasion.
Having several of these placed around the garden would look amazing.
Another great idea is to make a tin can windsock like these ones by Craft & Magee. The kids would have a blast using the spray paint to make them.
Chicken Scratch has the perfect centerpiece for you which is going to be a real show stopper.
I adore this American wood pallet by Alex Haralson. It might take a while to complete, but the end result is sensational.
I love upcycled projects and these flower pots by Mom 4 Real are simply gorgeous.
With a little help from some multi surface paint, your cans can look like this too!
An awesome use of simple mason jars is to make American flag holders.
Ohh, I am absolutely loving these mason jar candles by This Grandma Is Fun. It’s just another example of how you really don’t need expensive fancy decorations to make something look simply “WOW”.
Choose some nice mason jars and this decoration is going to look amazing.
Simple, easy and cheap. It’s definitely the way to go.
What’s more adorable than a sweet photo of your kids on 4th July? A sweet photo of your kids in front of a delightful American flag backdrop!
Laughing Latte have the perfect one for you and I think you’ll agree….it’s gorgeous.
The good news? You don’t even need to know how to sew to be able to make it. Now that’s my kind of craft!
Would you love some photo booth printable’s to go with that backdrop? You can grab this awesome set from I Heart Naptime.
Another great way to keep the kids entertained is with these confetti launchers by Piikea Street.
The question I would love to know now, is which of these easy to make Patriotic decorations are you going to try?
Or perhaps you are going to make the whole lot and really make it a celebration to remember.
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