Save dough and upcycle an old coffee can into the perfect patriotic cake stand like Amy from Mod Podge Rocks. Mod Podge on white paper with strips of American printed craft paper, add on a clear plastic plate and ta-da, instant cake stand!
Brie at DIY Life started her Fourth of July countdown by creating this fireworks garland. Made with tulle and ribbon, this is an easy and "explosive" craft. Use to decorate a fireplace mantel or hang across your entryway to get into the patriotic spirit.
Another upcycle idea comes from Michelle at Sweet Something Designs. Using old pickle jars, Michelle cleverly glued on American flags and threw some sand in the bottom plus a candle for a DIY hurricane. Inexpensive and attractive, this is a great addition to any backyard setting.
A craft you can make with the kids, this American flag block was made by Mod Podging on scrapbook paper. Sarah from the Winthrop Chronicles used scrap wood to spray paint and had the kids help with the Mod Podging. Great for a mantel or piano top, this decoration can be kept up year-round.
Create your own Fourth of July rosettes with the help of Spotted Canary. This craft is good for any decor addition and simple to make using tulle and ribbon. Create a mantel decoration with the rosettes or spread across a dining room table for a little pizzazz for your plate.
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