Happy Birthday America! Farmhouse 4th of July Decorating is as simple as you make it. It calls for a collection of vintage & unexpected red, white & blue items from around your home, hydrangeas & of course old glory! Below I am sharing ideas of how I decorate our farmhouse for free for the Independence Day!
Farmhouse 4th of July Decorating
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The older I get, the more I like my decorations to be double duty.
Rather than buy a lot of specific patriotic decor (other than flags), I reuse items from around our home without spending any money.
This year I kept my 4th of July decorating to just 2 rooms, our front porch and living room.
Putting all the patriotic decor together makes more of an impact than scattering the decor all around your home.
For most of the year, I do the holiday decorating by myself when the kiddos are in school. Audrey was excited to help me this year and I was so thankful for her help.
It’s amazing how little ones can really think outside the box. It was her idea to add colored pencils to the blue mason jar :). I definitely would not have thought of using pencils to decorate with!
After collecting the pencils, she jumped to the task of drawing a flag.
Even Moose wanted to help with the decorating, 🙂 Ha, just kidding he was more interested in being apart of the decor.
Vintage croquet and bocce balls are fun and unexpected decoration on our coffee table.
White hydrangeas in a ball jar are always a good idea no matter what time a year.
Thankfully ours have started blooming so I can decorate with them now till the fall.
A red lantern, candles and a few american flags give color and warmth to our fireplace mantel.
I also included the DIY patriotic sign I made a few years back because you can never have too much red, white and blue for the 4th of July!
I am incredibly thankful to everyone that has sacrificed so much to protect the freedoms we enjoy in this amazing country. Have a wonderful Independence Day!
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