The 4th of July is just around the corner, and you’re running out of time to get your decorations ready. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Let us show you some easy and last-minute 4th of July projects that you can do to celebrate America’s birthday in style.
Salad Spinner Star Banner
Get out your old salad spinner and some paint and let the kids get creative making this cute star banner. It will look perfectly patriotic at your celebration. Get the instructions to make your own salad spinner star banner here.
United States of America Door Hanger
Add a pop of color and festive flair to your front door with this USA shaped door hanger. It is the perfect last minute project to make with your cricut. Find the files to make your own USA door hanger here.
Easy Flag Door Hanger
This easy craft is fun to make with the kids. They will be so proud to display these on all of the doors in your home in honor of Independence Day. Find the details to recreate a flag door hanger here.
How To Sew A Scrappy Flag
Use some red, white and blue fabric scraps to make this really cute flag. You are going to want to display it on the 4th of July to show some handmade patriotism. Find the instructions to recreate a scrappy flag here.
Red White and Blue Quilt Block
Give your home a perfect country touch with these wooden quilt blocks. They look fantastic and are fairly easy to make for a last minute project. Find the plans to make your own wooden quilt block here.
Wine Cork Flags
Put all of those wine corks you have been saving for a project to work with this cute, easy and quick craft. These flags are adorable and will look perfect hanging around your home on the 4th. Find out how to make this wine cork flag here.
Paper Straw Wreath
Grab some paper straws and get ready to make this gorgeous and easy wreath. You are going to attract some ooh’s and ahh’s over this easy DIY. Find out how to make your own paper straw wreath here.
Red, White and Blue Sidewalk Chalk
You only need 3 ingredients to make this sidewalk chalk. The kids at your 4th of July party are going to love making art with this! Get the recipe to make sidewalk chalk here.
Patriotic Party Poppers
Load these cardboard shooters up with mini marshmallows for the kids on the 4th. They are going to have a lot of fun popping marshmallows at one another! Find the instructions to make these party poppers for your party here.
Fabric Scrap Flag
Use your fabric scraps to make this unique last minute flag. It will look great displayed at your 4th of July party. Find out how to make a fabric scrap flag here.
Patriotic Painted Rocks
This project is fun for the whole family. Paint some rocks in red, white and blue designs and hide them to spread some patriotic fun around your town. Learn how to make these painted rocks here.
4th of July Home Decor
With these ideas you can add a little razzle dazzle to every room in the house for the 4th. Get the inspiration to make you place sparkle on the 4th of July here.
Slat American Flag
Use slat wood to make this primitive flag for your porch. You are going to want to stop and salute its beauty as you get the party started. Find out how to make a slat flag here.
Printable Party Pack for July 4th
Print this pack for your party. It has everything you need from invitations to cupcake toppers and everything in between. Grab your own printable party pack for the 4th of July here.
Chill Out Summer Art
Print this chill out art for the 4th, but leave it up all summer. This printable adds the perfect touch to your walls while being budget friendly. Find the popsicle wall art here.
Cassity Kmetzsch started Remodelaholic after graduating from Utah State University with a degree in Interior Design. Remodelaholic is the place to share her love for knocking out walls, and building everything back up again to not only add function but beauty to her home. Together with her husband Justin, they have remodeled 6 homes and are working on a seventh. She is a mother of four amazing girls. Making a house a home is her favorite hobby.