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Looking for some Fourth of July party decor? Look no further than our quick and easy craft project that will look great on your party table. Grab a few simple supplies then get started on creating this unique yet rustic Fourth of July party decor today. Your guests will love these rustic touches and you will love just how easy it is to create. This post was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed but I am adding here in case you missed it.
Supplies needed to make your own Fourth of July party decor:
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- Barn Wood Stars
- Candles (I used one large and one small white candle.)
- Red Burlap Ribbon
- Jute Twine
- Tea Stained American Flag
Wrap the candles with the burlap ribbon and secure with the twine. The larger candles get two widths of the ribbon across them as shown below. Just use the jute twine in the center to cover the seam.
Add your candles to the centers of the barn wood stars. I am in love with the barn wood line from Consumer Crafts. You can click here to see the entire line (it includes letters).
I loved this rustic tea stained American flag so much that I folded it and used it as a table runner. Such a simple idea yet it adds to the rustic feel of these DIY 4th of July decorations. You could use it as a table cloth on a smaller table as well. Pick up a few of these as you may just want to hang them around your porch or patio as decor for your party. They are really inexpensive so they are perfect for your farmhouse decor this Fourth of July.
Your table will be ready for any Fourth of July celebration with this super simple craft idea. This only takes minutes to pull together but it will look great on your party table. Give our Fourth of July party decor a try this summer.
Your guests will love these decorations! Plus you can use many of our ideas for Fourth of July party decor in your home even after the party ends. I love party decor that looks good enough to be left out for home decor as well. You might want to pick up several of those barn wood stars as you will want them in every room of your home.
You can also try turning one of those barn wood letters into some patriotic decor with this tutorial.