4th of July Display

I am a little slow, but I finally took down my spring display (we had such a short spring here in ND.)  I want to show you my 4th of July display.  Actually this display stays up the entire month of July because I love the USA and red, white and blue.

The angel candlesticks were found at a garage sale.  The metal stars and the star box were found at Real Deals last year.  The candle wrap was a printable from Poppies at Play.  There were a few different wraps from which to choose.  I printed mine at 7×5 and wrapped a white candle; so simple.  Go here is you want to get these printables and check out the rest of the blog.  Some great inspiration abounds.

In the above close up, you can see the plaque a little better.  One of the many blogs I follow is Just Another Hang Up.  Every month since last September Suzanne posts a free printable the size of a 6×6 plaque.  The plaques are easy to print on patterned paper.  I layered the printable on white cardstock and then glued it to the plaque that I painted a Thunderbolt Blue.  Go here to get the information on how to get the July printable. 

This one didn’t make it to my 4th display but I really like this printable from Every Creative Endeavor.  Go here to check out this free printable for the 4th.

Do you decorate for the 4th?

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2 thoughts on “4th of July Display

  1. I always love seeing others plaques because I come away with more great ideas. I love the layer technique you did on yours — with the white cardstock. It really makes the document pop! Thank you so much for inviting me to pop over and check out your version of the Plaque Attack and thank you also for the link! – Suzanne

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