Happy 4th of July! 6 Americana-inspired Projects

This 4th of July, bring a touch of  red, white, and blue to your celebration. Inspire your patriotic side by making handmade decorations for your backyard BBQ or 4th of July festivities. Get an added dose of good, old-fashioned Americana with these free projects from The Studio.

 

4th of July Projects

Collage Mason Jars 4th of July These collaged Mason jars can be used as a centerpiece at your party, or as containers for your flatware and straws. Place a jar of flags sitting by the entrance so that guests can wave their star spangled banner when the mood strikes.


 

Ms. Liberty Project 4th of July Your tablescape will wow with this Ms. Liberty project. Which has all the pageantry of the stars and stripes. This wire form can also be decorated for any holiday, not just the 4th, so you can get more mileage out of it.


Graffiti Succulent Pots Project 4th of July This Graffiti Succulent Pots project can brighten up your picnic tables or your windowsill. Send them home with guests as party favors or plant a patriotic herb garden of your very own, like the victory gardens of the ’40s.


Sweet Tooth Project 4th of July The best part of any party is — of course — the food. These little flags will fit right into the color scheme and add a festive touch to all your edibles — cupcakes, cocktail weenies, pigs in a blanket, or BBQ sliders. Make them in a variety of colors, or personalize them with your guests’ names.


Tiered Tart Tin Project 4th of July Organize your candies on the dessert table with this tiered tart tin project. When the party’s over, repurpose your project to hold spools of thread,  buttons, o rto separate your art supplies.


Soldier Tribute ATC card Project 4th of July This Artist Trading Card project can be used as the cover to a program or scrapbook. Make several to string together in a banner. Choose from our patriotic ephemera on e-crafting, or use pictures from the members of the armed forces in your life. On Independence Day, remember the sacrifice made every day for our freedom by these brave men and women.



This 4th of July, celebrate everything that makes us proud to be Americans with a blowout bash that people will be talking about for years to come. Decorate with these projects , have an All-American party, and celebrate like it’s 1776!

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2 Responses to “Happy 4th of July! 6 Americana-inspired Projects”

  1. Barbara Moore says:

    I love all that Patriotic projects that you have on the blog this month! My favorite I believe is the ATC card though. I love ATC’s and this one is a real winner.

  2. cindy coven says:

    i love the flower pots. What a great idea to decorate the front porch or steps. Thanks for sharing.

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This 4th of July, bring a touch of  red, white, and blue to your celebration. Inspire your patriotic side by making handmade decorations for your backyard BBQ or 4th of July festivities. Get an added dose of good, old-fashioned Americana with these free projects from The Studio.

 

4th of July Projects

Collage Mason Jars 4th of July These collaged Mason jars can be used as a centerpiece at your party, or as containers for your flatware and straws. Place a jar of flags sitting by the entrance so that guests can wave their star spangled banner when the mood strikes.


 

Ms. Liberty Project 4th of July Your tablescape will wow with this Ms. Liberty project. Which has all the pageantry of the stars and stripes. This wire form can also be decorated for any holiday, not just the 4th, so you can get more mileage out of it.


Graffiti Succulent Pots Project 4th of July This Graffiti Succulent Pots project can brighten up your picnic tables or your windowsill. Send them home with guests as party favors or plant a patriotic herb garden of your very own, like the victory gardens of the ’40s.


Sweet Tooth Project 4th of July The best part of any party is — of course — the food. These little flags will fit right into the color scheme and add a festive touch to all your edibles — cupcakes, cocktail weenies, pigs in a blanket, or BBQ sliders. Make them in a variety of colors, or personalize them with your guests’ names.


Tiered Tart Tin Project 4th of July Organize your candies on the dessert table with this tiered tart tin project. When the party’s over, repurpose your project to hold spools of thread,  buttons, o rto separate your art supplies.


Soldier Tribute ATC card Project 4th of July This Artist Trading Card project can be used as the cover to a program or scrapbook. Make several to string together in a banner. Choose from our patriotic ephemera on e-crafting, or use pictures from the members of the armed forces in your life. On Independence Day, remember the sacrifice made every day for our freedom by these brave men and women.



This 4th of July, celebrate everything that makes us proud to be Americans with a blowout bash that people will be talking about for years to come. Decorate with these projects , have an All-American party, and celebrate like it’s 1776!

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