Some of my favorite projects are patriotic or Red, White, and Blue projects! They are so fun and festive! It is so exciting that me and Kirsten of Sweet Tea and Saving Grace, Bethany of Pitter and Glink and Kara of Happy Go Lucky are sharing 60 Red, White, and Blue projects for The Crafted Collective this week. It’s the perfect time to get crafting for Memorial Day and Fourth of July! There are projects for everyone in this collection from home decor to things to wear!
This is such an adorable piece of flag art. Learn how to recreate it over at Domestically Speaking.
Buntings are always adorable. Especially when made with the cutest red, white, and blue fabrics like Craftaholics Anonymous did.
If you are heading to a parade, it is always a great idea to have a festive bag to carry all the goodies. Learn how to paint your own at Tatertots and Jello.
For a project that will last over time, take some time to make these patriotic paper flowers from Live, Laugh, Rowe.
For a quick and easy centerpiece use blue mason jars and red ribbon like Creative Cain Cabin.
For a quick and simple table runner use felt stars and hot glue to create this cute idea from Cook and Craft Me Crazy.
Decorate your outdoor space with red, white, and blue lanterns you can make. Find out how at Finding Home.
Hey, Let’s Make Stuff show how to create a simple patriotic wind sock. Perfect for adding a little color ro your outdoor space.
To add some red, white, and blue to your porch, paint tin buckets and add daisies like they did over at All You.
Top off the front porch with this patriotic cupcake liner wreath on your front door. Head over to The Gunny Sack for the how to.
It is always fun to dress up kids in a little red, white, and blue! This adorable onsie was created by Dream Book Design.
To keep your hair in place, make this adorable red, white, and blue braided headband. For the full tutorial check out Sugar Bee Crafts.
Or if you aren’t into wearing red, white, and blue create this tie-dye kitchen towel. It is perfect for using while entertaining around the grill. For the instructions head on over to One Artsy Mama.
If you have some time waiting around with the kids, pull out this patriotic jam lid tic tac toe game. Yesterday on Tuesday gives a great tutorial to create your own.
Candy can be a perfect way to decorate. Whip up this candy dish and fill it with red, white, and blue yumminess from Simply Designing.
Find the rest of the ideas below:
Sweet Tea and Saving Grace | Pitter and Glink | Happy Go Lucky
More Red, White and Blue Ideas at The Benson Street:
Red, White and Blue Ice Cream Sandwiches
Cookies and Cream Patriotic Bark
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