July 4th Centerpieces that are Fun and Easy to Make!

It may seem like every idea for July 4th centerpieces has already been done. But you never know what eye-catching creations you might come up with once you see these fun and easy ideas we discovered! Readily available materials are transformed, embellished, or re-purposed into such striking focal points for July 4th party/picnic tables. You’ll be dying to craft your own!

Make Your Own July 4th Centerpieces: Fab Ideas to Try!

July 4th Centerpieces that are Fun and Easy to Make!

1 – Paper ‘lollies’ in candy-filled cylinder vases – See the tutorial by Make and Takes for turning paper fans into giant ‘lollipops.’

2 – DIY robot centerpiece  – A body full of cookies and a head holding party forks! A great party craft to make with the kids, via Curbly.

3 – Country fair theme – Such a whimsical theme for July 4th, using fab printables from Hostess With the Mostess! But you could also create your own country fair scene.

4 – ‘Fireworks’ pompoms on skewers – Add that holiday spark to your table with these easy paper pompoms from Martha Stewart.

5 – Cowboy boot vase – See how The Goodwill Gal colored a child’s boot with acrylic paints for a really fun patriotic flower holder!

6 – Coke cans – ‘All American’ couldn’t get any easier: Coke cans as vases for bright yellow daisies! via Catch My Party

July 4th Centerpieces that are Fun and Easy to Make!

7 – Wooden crate with bottle vases – This is a made-from-scratch crate by Creations by Kara (with tutorial).But you can always use a ‘found’ one, and add red-white-blue flowers in bottles with matching ribbon.

8 – Blue mason jar and burlap runner – Perfect pairing of a quaint vase and a DIY runner, in this tutorial from Domestically Speaking.

9 – Vintage-look firecrackers – These charming wooden decorations by Heather Parsons, via Fave Crafts are made from a cut-up broom handle painted vintage style!

10 – Chocolate-dipped pretzel sticks – Gotta love a centerpiece that’s edible and so easy to make! Just follow the how-to from Lady Behind the Curtain.

11 – Tin can luminaries – A great tutorial by Honeybear Lane, with helpful tips to get your can-lights glowing this prettily.

12 – Coke crate and carnations – Once you find a vintage Coca-Cola crate, simply position the flowers in a low arrangement to form the flag! Sweet Something Design shares the secrets to getting this right.

So which centerpiece idea are you planning to give a try this 4th of July? Any one of them would make you feel all patriotic and proud!

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