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Patriotic Centerpiece Craft

This patriotic centerpiece craft was created for Making the World Cuter by Kassi Mortensen, our crafty friend of Truly Lovely

Hi there lovelies! Did you realize that Independence Day is already this coming week!!!I know, right!? Where did June even go!?!

So for all us procrastinators, here’s a quick and easy patriotic centerpiece craft you can whip right up!

4th of July Centerpiece

red white and blue centerpiece

Supplies needed:

  • Your choice of flowers. I used white and blue Gerbera Daisies left over from my weddingcenterpieces.
  • Ajar. I used a peach jar that I stripped of the label and washed. You could use a mason jar, jelly jar, etc.
  • A strip the width of your jar of red and white Paisley fabric or red bandanna fabric
  • Scissors
  • Spray adhesive

red white and blue

Spray the backside of your fabric strip thoroughly with the spray adhesive. Then carefully wrap around the center of your jar. Make sure the ends of the fabric are glued down well.

patriotic jar centerpiece

Arrange your flowers, then trim the ends so they fit well inside the jar.

making a patriotic centerpiece with flowers

And you’re finished! Use as a centerpiece for your July 4th celebrations, or as a cute decoration to spruce up your home!

Patriotic Centerpiece Craft

fourth of july centerpiece

Thanks for crafting with me today! ;) By the way, if you’re looking for a fun dessert to serve alongside this cute centerpiece, I made a fun Patriotic Firework Cake that would be delicious!

Have a happy Fourth of July friends!

Now It’s Your Turn!

What are your plans for the 4th? What are your go to last minute decorations?

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Kassi M. writes about 'all things lovely' on Truly Lovely, a blog she shares with her sister, Kayli. They talk crafts, recipes, DIY and a little bit of every day life. Kassi is a newlywed, new home owner, and self described craft enthusiast. She lives with her hubs and two doggies in Arizona.

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