4th of July Home Decor

Sheesh! Mallory and I have not been seeing eye to eye these past few days. She has a particular schedule in mind that looks nothing like the one I plan out in my head. She has won this week's battle, but she will not win the war! 
 
Anyway. I LOVE the fourth of July! I mean hello, I am an American and damn proud to be one. Kyle and I aren't hosting a 4th of July party or anything (can you hear me laughing as I type that? Host. A party? With, like people? HAHA!) but I do like to spice up our home decor for the holiday. Thanks to Pinterest I've found a good handful of things that I'd love to add to our home and of course created a couple of 8x10 prints for good measure.
 
 
 
 
This 4th of July subway art was created on pallet wood. We already have an American flag in our living room, also made from pallet wood, so I think this would be a great addition! It's rustic and patriotic, perfect for the space and for the 4th!
 
 
Our house is straight up littered with mason jars. We hung on to the ones we used in our wedding and now use them as our drinking glasses, bathroom storage, wall decor, etc. I just love the patriotic twist of these three mason jars. They'll fit right in!
 
 
I mean come on. How cute is this red, white and blue star garland?! I'm really thinking I also need a chalkboard to go with it. Hmmm.
 
 
I've only recently hopped on the wreath bandwagon, and now I'm thinking I need one for each holiday. I'm loving this DIY American flag wreath. There is something about having a wreath on your front door that really makes it feel like home.
 
 
Now this is a project I think I can handle! A drop cloth or burlap, some tape and markers/paint. Too easy! This red, white and blue table runner is right up my alley. 
 
Finally, below are the two 8x10 prints I created for the 4th of July. I like these in my kitchen, but really, they could work well in any living space. They are yours if you want them! 
 
 
Are you hosting a 4th of July party?
 

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