Our talented bloggers continue to share more 4th of July ideas for the home, so this week’s features give you even more patriotic ideas to make yourself or to use as inspiration for decorating for the summer holiday. Next week’s features will be chosen by our co-host, Sinea, from Ducks ‘n a Row.
Welcome to Happiness is Homemade Link Party #433
“Happiness is Homemade” is comprised of 100 bloggers who link their posts weekly on a variety of topics, such as, crafts, home decor, DIY, and recipes.
To our subscribers and readers, we hope you enjoy visiting all of the blogs!
In case you missed last week’s party, the features were summer home decor ideas.
4TH OF JULY IDEAS FOR THE HOME
FEATURED PATRIOTIC IDEAS FOR YOUR HOME
Rachel, from The Antiqued Journey, shows us step-by-step the process she used for her patriotic decorating with vintage enamelware. She added pops of yellow to her red, white, and blue color scheme and it looks so good! Hop over to her blog to see the rest of the table she decorated.
Hunny I’m Home has a Dollar Tree 4th of July wreath idea to share with us. It’s quick and easy and can be made for under $10.00. That’s my kind of project ~ cheap and easy! Her front porch is decorated so nice and is ready to welcome her guests for a 4th of July gathering.
I have a large collection of colored bottles, so naturally I’m lovin’ Amy’s idea for using her cobalt blue bottles for decorating her fireplace for the 4th of July. Don’t you just love all of her red, white and blue decor? Amy’s blog is A Day of Small Things.
Walking on Sunshine has a red velvet 4th of July cake that’s sure to impress your family or friends. Wow, just look at that beautifully decorated cake, and I bet it taste amazing! Drop by her blog to get the recipe.
Bev, from Eclectic Red Barn, teaches us how to make these cute little flowers to make a banner. This project is perfect for using up your fabric scraps. Think of all the shapes that can be made to fit a theme or holiday, like for the 4th of July. You can use the same instructions with star shapes using patriotic fabric!
Time for the party!
Thank you for joining us this week whether you are a blogger sharing your latest posts OR a reader enjoying all of the inspirational shares!
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Linda @ A Labour of Life
Sinea @ Ducks ‘n a Row
Beverly @ Eclectic Red Barn
Katie @ Love My Messy Messy Mess
Mel @ Décor Craft Design
Niki @ Life as a Leo Wife
Allyson @ Southern Sunflowers
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