If you need some 4th of July ideas that are totally doable in the last minute, you’ve come to the right place. These seven ideas are practical and easy to do even if you don’t have much practice with DIYing projects at home. I’ve found some really cool ideas that anyone can do, so check out this selection of seven last minute 4th of July decorations!
"With freedom, books, flowers, and the moon, who could not be happy?" - Oscar Wilde
These pinwheels are adorable and super fun for the kids - especially if you’re going on a picnic or something like that on the 4th of July. They will surely enjoy and have the best time playing with these patriotic pinwheels that are super easy to make.
Mason Jars are known for being practical and a crafter’s best friend. They can be used in numerous types of DIYs and crafts, and of course, we’d have something special using these jars here as well. This time I’m talking about these patriotic luminaries that are simple and beautiful!
Mason Jar bandanas
Still on the Mason Jar matter, this last minute fourth of July idea is even easier to do: all you need is a few Mason Jars and red and blue bandanas. Then simply put the bandanas inside the jars and you have yourself the easiest table setting of all. Ever heard of less is more? This is one of those cases!
Much like the pinwheels I talked about earlier, these parade wands will give your kids the time of their lives. Aren’t these 4th of July decorations that also work as toys for children the best? If you’re the type of person who doesn’t like to DIY decor items that will end in the trash as soon as the party is over, this patriotic wand is definitely something you need to put on your to-do list.
I simply fell in love with this garland the moment I saw it. It’s so simple yet so beautiful, don’t you think? The best thing about this is that you can adapt to the style of paper you have lying around your house, it doesn’t necessarily need to be a copy of the one from the photo.
Make a dessert plate that’s healthy, delicious, and patriotic. Berries are the “it factor of this plate, it’s super simple to put together. You can also decorate other types of food, like:
Food decoration is the best. At least I love it. But if you’re not much of a baker, this fruit tray will be a lifesaver for your last minute party.
Flowers are the simplest thing ever, you can even find some in the street and pick them up to create a special decoration. Of course, for a time like this, you might prefer to take a small trip to the flower shop. Do an arrangement with red, white, and blue flowers for a patriotic centerpiece.
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