To me, summertime means an explosion of red, white, and blue in our homes, craft projects, and even kid’s activities. Every summer, for the month of June, many talented bloggers share the same thoughts and posts to my weekly link party. Today I am sharing a roundup of these posts for you to enjoy. Browse through each link for wonderful décor, crafts, and activities for the 4th of July.
It is not too late to decorate your home, finish a creative craft project, or plan some fun activities for the family gathering for our Nation’s most explosive summer holiday.
Let’s get started shall we?
Decorations, wreaths, and just some fun firecrackers to try out.
If you haven’t made a wreath for your door yet, make a quick trip to your local Dollar Tree and create one of these wreaths in just a short amount of time and for very little money.
Dollar Tree Patriotic Wreath by Emily @ Hunny I’m Home DIY
Patriotic Star Shaped Wreath by our own Allyson @ Southern Sunflowers
Painted mason jars! Whoever thought to put paint on a mason jar and create so many wonderful things was genius!
Snap Crackle Pop Mason Jars by Sarah @ Must Have Mom
And speaking of snap crackle and pop. Why not try to make one of these versions of faux firecrackers for the holiday?
Faux Fireworks Bundles by Jennifer @ Studio 27 by Jennifer Adams
Patriotic Rockets and Firecrackers made from Toilet Paper Rolls by DeeDee @ Clover House
Even more red, white and blue fun!
Wine Cork Flag by Beth @ Creatively Beth
Fabric Garland for Patriotic Décor by Laura @ Me and My Inklings
Patriotic Holiday Vintage Tin by Lisa @ Fresh Vintage by Lisa
Once again this year, I failed to plan far enough ahead to decorate a 4th of July themed tiered tray, but Penny over at Penny’s Passion made a beautiful Patriotic Tiered Tray to share.
Carol from Blue Sky At Home shared a roundup of her own with 10 Fun Decorations to Celebrate the 4th of July. Be sure to visit her post as well for some great ideas.
Let’s talk about tablescapes for a minute.
Some of the bloggers who share posts each week create some amazing tablescapes. Their 4th of July Patriotic tables are stunning!
Red, White, and Blue, Bright and Bold Table by Sandra @ Come To Dinner At Eight.
Sweet Old Summertime by The Little Yellow Corner Store
Lady Liberty from Beth @ Whispers of the Heart
I can’t fail to mention these next bloggers who take decorating their home in red, white, and blue to every little nook and cranny in their homes for the holiday and share it with us.
Amy’s house @ A Day of Small Things
Meagan’s Patriotic Decorating For Your Home
If you are a family who not only gathers together to enjoy the holiday but also enjoys adding a bit of creative fun to the day, then you will enjoy these next few posts for family and kid activities.
Fabulous Family and Kid Activities to enjoy on the 4th.
4th of July Scattergories by Charlene @ Hess Un-Academy
4th of July Sensory Bin by ABCs of Literacy
4th of July Word Search by Maria @ The Krafty Planner
Maria was also sweet to share her other 4th of July printables like her Planning Pages and these Coloring Pages.
These favor treat bags created by Beth at Creativity Beth are also a fun idea to add to your party for the day.
So many creative projects and posts get shared each week on the Home Matters Linky Party and I wish I could share every single one of the Patriotic ones here, but then the post would never end.
I do however, encourage you to go back to my home page and start at the beginning party links for June to enjoy even more posts from the wonderful bloggers of the weekly link party. Even better, go to the archive drop down list and enjoy the link parties from previous years too!
Hugs and enjoy the holiday,
Romans 10:17 “So faith comes from what is heard, and what is heard comes through the message about Christ.”
Hi Donna, thank you for including my 4th of July printables in your round-up! I hope you have a wonderful holiday weekend! ❤️
Meagan Trento says
Thanks Donna for including me in your round-up post. I really appreciate it. Hope you have a great 4th of July weekend.
Thanks for linking up each week. Have a great holiday!