Garlands and WreathsThese garlands are so easy to make! They take time, but you can cut them and put them together while watching the kids play, or watching tv, listening to music, etc.
I make these to sell on etsy and to give as gifts, but they also decorate our home. This patriotic garland is one of my favorites. I display it all summer! Use coupons to get your fabric at Hobby Lobby, JoAnn's or Hancock Fabric and you can make this for a great price. Or go AFTER the holiday and buy the fabric when it is marked down for clearance, and you make next year's decorations now!
I made this easy red, white and blue wreath from Dollar Tree items. So easy and very festive!
FabricFabric is such a simple thing to use in decorating for any holiday. Buy a yard of fabric with a fun, holiday pattern and cut it with pinking shears to make a table runner, napkins, basket liner or other decor. Tie a square of fabric around a mason jar using a coordinating ribbon or raffia, then fill with flowers, or use to hold silverware. Easy, cheap and festive! I like to use an old quilt as a tablecloth, too. Fabric is a lovely way to add color to your holiday table.
|Silverware bundled in fabric napkins, tied with raffia. Store in mason jars for easy access at meal time!|
|Our 4th of July tables|
Recycle old denim
Artwork by your favorite kids
Fun & Colorful Food
|Dip pretzel rods in white chocolate, then decorate with sprinkles and tiny candies.|
|Watermelon, apples, and pineapple are all perfect for cookie cutters.|