5 Handmade Items Perfect for the 4th of July
The 4th of July, also known as Independence Day, celebrates our separation from Great Britain in 1776. Celebrated with our nation’s colors, fireworks, BBQs and parades, this national holiday is really our earmark for the birth of our home. So whether you’re taking off work to spend time at the lake with family or just celebrating with a meal at home, check out these seven handmade items that are easy to DIY yourself or fun to buy and festively share over the years.
This gorgeous wreath, handmade in North Carolina, was produced with numerous pieces of fabric from KK’s Handmade Wreaths.
This patriotic scrappy banner comes from A Little Frayed in Rocklin, California. Hang it in your home for a vintage-y feel you can totally display year-round.
The piece on the right, on sale from jodyaleavitt, is a personalized wooden block stack that screams 4th of July pride!
This set of five primitive rag balls from Primitive Village would look amazing as a patriotic centerpiece on your kitchen table. Put pillar candles around or add the balls to a favorite large bowl and stack with finesse.
Got a big family to feed or throwing a party and need something special for your table? Look no further than this amazing handmade table runner from Carol’s Craft Cottage.