Simple 4th of July Decorations You Can Do At The Last Minute

Good Morning and Happy Independence Day! Since it’s Friday, you probably didn’t have a lot of time to take care of the decorations during the week. But don’t worry, there’s always something you can do at the last minute. Of course, you can forget about anything sophisticated but you don’t have to give up style. Here are a few simple projects you can do in just a few minutes.

A framed message.

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Set the mood with an appropriate message. All you need is a framed chalkboard and some chalk. Display it on the fireplace mantel, on the wall or anywhere else you want. Don’t have a chalkboard? No worry, you can make one. Find an old frame from a painting or mirror and some chalkboard paint.{found on thegoldensycamore}.

Festive window box.

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Decorate the outside of your house too. If you have a window box, then the easiest thing to do is add a few small flags and perhaps hang a large one underneath. It’s something you can do in just a few minutes.

Table scape: Use the right colors.

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Planning a get together with friends and family? Then make the table look festive and use red, white and blue shades to give it a themed look. You can buy napkins, straws and flowers featuring these colors and match them with some of the other things.{found on cloroesdemialma}.

Take the fun outdoors.

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Use hay bales as seats and decorate them with red, white and blue table cloths or runners. There are lots of ways in which you can use them for fun outdoor activities.

Hang a flag.

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Happen to have a flag somewhere in the garage or in the storage unit? Put it to good use. Hang it anywhere there’s some free space, like on the wall in the hallway or even outside. You can use it as a curtain for the patio or you can turn it in wall art.{found on camillestyles}.

Barn display.

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Speaking of flags, here’s another interesting way of displaying it. Decorate the barn with it. Depending on the size and shape of your barn, you can hang it in a variety of different ways. It’s very simple yet the visual impact is strong.

Porch décor.

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Don’t spend the whole day inside the house. Enjoy the nice weather and take the fun outside, on the porch. Decorate it with flags of different sizes and perhaps you have some red, white and blue-colored furniture too. If not, a few flowers or decorative pillows should do the trick.

Red, white and blue quilts.

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Since these colors are so common, perhaps you already have some themed quilts in your house you can use today to set the festive mood. Put them to good use and, while you’re at it, maybe you can discover more things to display.

Festive popcorn bar.

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The great thing about a popcorn bar is that it looks neat and complex but it’s actually very simple to put together. You can make a banner and some colored napkins and everything will come together beautifully.{found on eighteen25}.