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8 Last Minute Fourth of July DIYs

The Fourth is in just over a week! That means it’s crunch time for you DIY lovers. Here are 8 easy and awesome Fourth of July DIYs to help you out.

  • Last Minute Fourth of July DIYs! 1 of 9

    Click through for more easy last minute DIYs for your Independence Day. 

  • Straw Flags 2 of 9
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    Pretty watercolor flags to sip on. A simple and perfect touch. 

    See more here on Oh Happy Day.

  • Star Bunting 3 of 9
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    You can't have too many stars on the Fourth of July, right? 

    See more here on Say Yes to Hoboken.

  • Dip Dye Bags 4 of 9
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    These would be perfect bags for party favors. So easy that it's silly. 

    See more here on Oh Happy Day.

  • Watercolor Flags 5 of 9
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    These are so fun and easy! If there are kids at your Fourth celebration, you could even make this a little art project for them.

    See more here on The Sweetest Occasion

  • Sparkler Holders 6 of 9
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    If there are kiddos at your party, make a few of these to help them out with the sparklers. So clever.

    See more here on Ardor.

  • Star Votive 7 of 9
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    These would be perfect for lighting up an outdoor party until the fireworks start. 

    See more here on Momtastic.

  • Chalk 8 of 9
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    This is a great way to keep the kids occupied. I love these. 

    See more here on Christy Robbins

  • Striped Tablecloth 9 of 9
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    I am kind of in love with this tablecloth. The subtle white stripes and the bold red? Perfect. 

    See more here on Yellow Brick Home


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