Summer is about lemonade, flip flops, waterslides and the fourth of July. It is the culmination of summer across the country with fireworks and hotdogs and the Star Spangled Banner on repeat.
Summer is filled with patriotism from Memorial Day to the Patriots Day on September 11th, which makes patriotic home décor perfect all season long. Get started on these projects now and enjoy them throughout the summer.
How cute is this for your next party or backyard barbeque? If you don’t have railings outside, you can do the same décor inside. It’s quick and easy and a fun project for kids.
Sometimes flag bunting can be expensive, especially if you have a lot of space to cover. Make your own bunting with a red striped fabric and blue yarn instead.
Of course we all know I love mason jars, but these ones take it one step further with the stars and stripes. Perfect for picnic fixings, flowers, or even luminaries.
Not a wreath lover? No problem! Replace your wreath with a framed Pledge of Allegiance, I love this printable and it almost makes me want to repaint my front door bright red.
Decorate your jars with simple red, white, and blue craft paper. These are great utensil, or straw holders for your next party! Keep them on your counter for cooking tools or to hold summer daisies.
Wondering what to do with your old windows? Here’s an idea. What a stunning statement piece! If you don’t happen to have old windows lying around, consider sprucing up the living room with striped pillows, or add a little splash of red ribbon to your lamp shade.
Consider replacing your window coverings with flags! I love this idea because it’s beautiful and unique, it’s a great way to honor those in your family who have served the country, and remember the freedoms we enjoy.
This is one of my favorite patriotic wreaths. I think I love it because it’s so simple. The buttons give it a nice crafty touch without being overdone.
These DIY placemats are created from everyday canvas and painted and laminated for use throughout the summer. They are perfect for both indoors and outdoors and give a beautiful setting to your table.
What a clever idea for using cinder blocks as planters! Unleash your creative juices and paint them anyway you’d like to celebrate the season! Make sure these stay in the shade as the sun will heat up the blocks and burn your plants.