Fourth of July Decor – Easy Elegance Wednesday

This year, take your 4th of July celebration to the next level with some easy-to-make and festive Fourth of July decor!

With a few simple items from your local craft or home store, you can create a show-stopping patriotic centerpiece or garland for your mantel or porch railings. So get creative and have fun with it – after all, it’s America’s birthday!

4th of July Flags

Fourth of July is in a few weeks and I wanted to share the hand-sewn Fourth of July decor patriotic flags I made last year for my table! 

I hand-stitched these flags and they are really easy to make.

Fourth of July Flags DIY

You can find my complete flags DIY on my blog post titled My 100 Year Old Home | 4th of July Flags: Make It Yourself.

I am so excited to share with you Easy Elegance Wednesdays, where we celebrate simple elegant decor.  

 

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My 100 Year Old Home | 4th of July Flags: Make It Yourself

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10 Comments

  1. Luv the 4th of July flags. Always looking for something new to add to my red white blue collections.

  2. Oh my, those are gorgeous and I happen to have been collecting patriotic fabrics for years. I am going to have to make these!

  3. Those are the absolute cutest flags I have ever seen – LOVE them!!! I hope to copy soon – thanks so much for sharing! You’re so talented ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. New to Instagram, just found your blog. Love it! Love the flags. Still have all my patriotic decor I used from about 30 years ago. First time in years, I dug some if it out for my porch decor for the 4th. Didn’t realize how much I missed it. Was like a kid in a candy store. Hoping to find the time to make some flags. Thank you for sharing. I will certainly be checking in with your blog frequently. Love your house, thought for sure it was in Father of the Bride.๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ

    1. Rhonda, I am so glad to have you here!! Thank you so much for your thoughts and comments, that is just the best when you rediscover items you forgot you had!

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