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Planning an Independence Day party? Check out this Round-up of simple and adorable party decorations that will make your party a hit! 

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Patriotic Sand Art Mason Jars

From Atta Girl Says

These adorable Mason Jars are filled with Red, White, and Blue sand. They make adorable decorations on their own, or with a tealight candle on top, or sparklers for a miniature fireworks display right on your table. This project is perfect for the kids to help out, too! Check out the full tutorial linked above. 

 

 

Red, White, & Blue Yarn Wall Hanging

From DIY Network

This bold wall hanging is made with only a wooden dowel and quite a bit of yarn. Simply loop the yarn around the dowel, cut to your desired shape, and hang on the wall for a wonderful and bold decoration! The full tutorial is linked above.

Patriotic Ribbon Wreath

From Crazy Little Projects

Adorably easy project- simply curl ribbon and pin to a foam wreath form! Full tutorial linked above.

Festive Seatcovers

From GoodHousekeeping

This project is ridiculously easy! Simply take two bandanas, place them over the seat cushion, tie with a rubber band at the corners, and cover the rubber band with a ribbon. No-sew, no-sweat!

Simple & Striking Table Runner

From Good Housekeeping

Another quick project! Lay out a white tablecloth, and weave together red and blue crepe banners to create a checkered table runner in the spirit of patriotic pride!

 

Patriotic Paper Chains

From DIY Network

One more for the kids- red, white & blue paper chains! Every kid has made these in school, and they look surprisingly chic for hanging decorations. Simply make paper loops and staple them together. Full tutorial linked above.

Bandana Table Cloth

From Me & My Insanity

This final project is a little more time-consuming, but well worth the effort. Using Red, White, & Blue Bandanas, sew them edge to edge to create a much larger rectangle. Easy for beginner sewers, all it is is straight lines! Full tutorial linked above.