Oh my gosh you guys! So many amazing great posts linked up…I decided to feature some of patriotic projects linked up. There were soooo many great ones. Seriously. You need to pop over and check out ALL of the links.
Show & Tell Highlights
Pop over to Bloom Designs, check out this adorable box of patriotic kisses and pick up the printables.
Throwing a little gathering? This patriotic tablescape from The Crafted Sparrow can’t be missed.
This fun American flag over at Crafts n’ Coffee incorporates two of my favorite crafting items – styrofoam and duct tape!
I think it would be so fun to use these felt firework sticks over at The Crafty Cupboard as parade wands.
Look at this cute project. Patriotic punched tin cans via the Scrap Shoppe. The best part? These are made of paper.
My very favorite kind of holiday decor may be bunting. I love it! Check out this fun patriotic patchwork bunting at R and R Workshop.
Here’s another. This patriotic bunting from Create Craft Love is made with paper and glitter tape!
And one more. A stars and stripes scrappy garland from Tales of the Scotts.
I am not a quilter, but if I was I would definitely create something like this patriotic quilt from Windsor and Main. I love the colors!
I love the simplicity of this fun patriotic burlap table runner at Domestically Speaking.
Check out this adorable Fourth of July onesie via Girl Loves Glam.
I pretty much adore EVERYTHING posted over on Jacks and Kate. This fun patriotic cake is no exception.
These pretty patriotic sugar cookies from Design Sprinkle look so good! I’d eat the whole plate!
And these. I want these fun patriotic dipped ice cream cones from Amy Miller Designs.
These adorable DIY grill towels were made for Father’s Day, but wouldn’t they be great adorning the grill on the Fourth of July?
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Show & Tell Linky
Ok friends, it’s time for you to show off your projects for the week. Let’s see what you’ve been up to.
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