4th of July party decorations


Our 4th of July party decorations are part of a patriotic blog hop hosted by blogger The Cards We Drew and we are joined by over 85 other bloggers for this fun event.  Book mark this page so you can come back when you are ready to create your decorations or pin the images on Pinterest. There are recipes, decor and fun craft ideas.  Surely something will pique your interest.  I see a few tasty treats I might have to try.

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Our contribution to the Red White and Blue hop takes on a more rustic note with darker reds and blues and a hint of aged white paint.  Or you could create the fun and whimsical 4th of July party decorations with a traditional color combination.  Either way use solid colors and simple shapes for the star spangled banner.  These 4th of July party decorations are very easy to make and you can have the kids help you.  You can add a pop of pattern in the paper flower decorations.

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Materials and supplies for 4th of July party decorations:

  • dark blue and red paper
  • pattern paper
  • Sizzix Die cut machine
  • bow die
  • large and small star die
  • flower die
  • scissors
  • Adtech hot glue gun and glue sticks
  • soup cans
  • bamboo skewers
  • jute or twine
  • buttons

How to make the of July party decorations:

1.  Cut several dozen large and small stars in red and blue.  Hot glue to the jute or twine.  Add more or less according to the size garland you would like.

2.  Layer pattern paper into flower die cuts.  Randomly mix the patterns to create different flowers.  Use tape runner or hot glue to secure.
3.  Add a dollop of hot glue for button centers and on the back to affix the bamboo skewers.
4. Wrap paper around the cans and secure with a strip of hot glue.
5. Die cut bows from card stock.  Tie string around cans and hot glue the ribbons and buttons on.
6. Repeat step 5 on the napkins.

square 4th of july banner, and table settings party decorations

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