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15 DIY Projects to Help You Celebrate The Fourth of July

June 25th, 2018

The Fourth of July is almost here and we’re all looking for ways to spread the holiday spirit. But you don’t have to rush out to buy a bunch of patriotic games and decor. You can make them on your own.

Here Are 15 DIY Projects to Help You Celebrate The Fourth of July

1) Rustic Patriotic Sign

This rustic American flag sign is just beautiful. It says Fourth of July without being too kitschy. Learn how to make it here.

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2) Patriotic Red, White, And Blue Garland

This patriotic garland is just the cutest! Take scraps of fabric and tie it to a string. It’s that simple.

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3) Homemade Confetti Launchers

These are super easy to make and packed with lots of fun. You’ll need a balloon, a toilet paper tube, and construction paper. Learn how to make it here.

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Piikea Street Source: Piikea Street

4) Patriotic Floral Wreath

This design is just gorgeous. You can achieve this look with dollar store flowers. Finish it off with a beautiful satin bow.

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5) Balloon Dart Game

Have lots of fun with a patriotic twist with this Fourth of July balloon dart game. Grab some pegboard and red white and balloons, and some prizes too! Learn how to make one here.

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6) Stripped Flower Pot

Go to the dollar store and grab some flower pots. Paint them with stars and stripes. You can also plant red and white flowers in them.

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7) Bean Bag Toss

Who doesn’t love a good game of bean bag toss? You can make the bags from old jeans. Learn how to make the rest here.

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8) Star Sun Catchers

These beautiful sun catchers will make your home sparkle. It’s made from old crayons and wax paper. Learn how to make them here.

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9) Pretty Ribbon Flag

This is another truly beautiful project that doesn’t come off as kitschy. Just hang a variety of red and white ribbon from a tree branch and add a blue stared hankie to it. Get the instructions here.

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10) Patriotic Ladder Golf

I’ve never heard of ladder golf but it looks like fun. Make it Fourth of July themed with some paint. Get all the details here.

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11) Wooden Clothespin Wreath

This is another cute wreath idea. Just paint some clothespin red, white, and blue and embellish with foam star stickers. Learn how to make one here.

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12) Patriotic Lawn Twister

Twister is a seriously fun game. Just cut a circle out of your pizza box as a stencil and make spray paint red, white, blue, and gold circles on your lawn. Learn more here.

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13) Fourth of July Lantern Jars

Create light for your outdoor barbecue with these Fourth of July lanterns. These were made with mason jars, small LED candles, sand, and Fourth of July flags. Get the details here.

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14) Land That I Love

I just love this saying for patriotic decor. Grab a piece of plywood and use a stencil or just paint the saying right on it. You can find different designs for this sign here.

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15) Red and Blue Lollipop Bouquet

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This couldn’t be easier and more festive. Just stuff a bucket full of red and blue lollipops. A white bucket would be a nice touch.

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Source: Country Living