Don’t let the 4th of July slip by without a single decoration. If you work quickly you could have a patriotic Christmas tree ready before the fireworks begin. Decorating for the 4th does not have to be elaborate or over the top it could be as simple as a wreath or garland. However, if the urge to decorate a full on 4th of July themed Christmas tree strikes—don’t let me stop you!
Start With a White Christmas Tree for 4th of July Decorating
White Christmas trees work great for Christmas, Halloween, Easter, National Ice Cream Day, or the 4th of July. Remember you don’t have to commit to a full 10-ft tall Christmas tree, we are talking about simple tips for decorating for the 4th of July. Something like a pencil tree or 4-ft tall white tree are less commitment and perfect for a holiday like this.
No need to break the bank, try making some easy DIY ornaments. Supplies you might already have in your stash like scrapbook paper, yarn pompoms or foam star stickers make a tree look 4th of July ready in no time.
Make the Mantel Over ‘Merica Style
Full sized Christmas tree seems like too much pressure for 4th of July? Could I interest you in a mantle makeover with a 4th of July garland? The Winter White Garland is another perfect blank canvas for so many holidays. Don’t underestimate a garland as a festive table runner either if the BBQ is at your house this year! With just a few sprigs of color your mantle can be red, white and blue before guests arrive for the annual picnic.
Gather Your Red, White, and Blue
You can create the perfect 4th of July vignette in no time at all with a grouping of all things red, white and blue. DIY president spoon puppets, pinwheels and framed art in patriotic colors come together to create one festive set up.
I told you these 4th of July decoration ideas were simple and easy! Tell us how you decorate for the 4th of July. Are you a wreath kinda family? Got the whole house covered in red, white, and blue?by