Disclosure: this post is sponsored by JOANN, all opinions and creative content is my own.
Fourth of July is quickly approaching and it’s time to bring a little red, white and blue in your homes! I just revealed our new updated outdoor living space, which I love, but I wanted to give it a little pop for the upcoming holiday. I headed to my local JOANN store and came home with a few new Fourth of July decorations along with supplies to make these trendy Shibori Pillows, which is basically just a fancy name for tye-dye! SO I’ll show you how to make some of those too tomorrow! But for now let’s take a look at some of the fun ways you can add Fourth of July Decor to your space.
Fourth of July Outdoor Decorations
We love this space in our home. It’s a place to entertain, relax, hang out with the family and is such a great place to add a little holiday decor throughout the year. I wanted to give you some ideas on how to easily transform a space in your own home to give it a pop of color for fourth of July and add some fun ways to entertain your guests.
Add New Throw Pillows
If I had any color to my home, it’s typically navy. Or a little bit of red during the holidays. But this time I added a little bit of both for the Fourth of July! I created these DIY Shibori Pillows using Rit Dye. What I love about these pillows is that they are all different and unique and no two pillows will ever be alike! I paired the DIY pillows with these gorgeous textured fringe pillows from JOANN. I love the blue tone. Pairing pattern and texture is always a must when switching out my pillows!
Everyone Loves Dessert
When I have people over for July 4th, or any other holidays, I always think about ways to keep them entertained or keep those bellies full! I try and take advantage of tabletop space, weather it’s to add a little more decor or make room for some finger food or tasty treats. I grabbed this cute festive Fourth of July Tray at JOANN along with the super cute pie bunting and lanterns (which can be used year round!). On the tray I added my Berry Crisp Pie and festive napkins for serving.
Don’t Forget The Party Poppers
Whether you live in a place where fireworks aren’t allowed, or you want to keep everything kid friendly, party poppers are a great way to go! Kids love them, they are safe for everyone and they make for great photos!
While they are messy, it sorta gave me a panic attack for a second, but at the end of the day it was so much to have a little confetti war with the kiddos and they keep asking when we can do it again!