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Touches of Red, White and Blue

I love getting peeks inside other’s homes, so I thought I would share how I add touches of red, white, and blue around my house this time of year.

Here is a look at how I decorated our patio area.

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I love my chalkboard this year.

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Last weekend I painted a few mason jars and have used them to fill full of flags.

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I also have one mason jar full of flags in our living room.

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The kids made this rocket garland that I love. It might be my favorite decoration.


I also hung a bunting across our barn windows.

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And it wouldn’t be my home without a candle burning.

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Do you decorate for the 4th of July or summer? I hope you have a wonderful day and thank you for stopping by!

-Jenna

18 thoughts on “Touches of Red, White and Blue

  1. I love all of your red white and blue decorations! I also decorate for the 4th. In fact I put out all of my red white and blue stuff before memorial day and leave it up all summer 🙂 Have a great day.

  2. Looks fantastic. I am LOVING your chalkboard this year too. I need to do one more regular one and then figure out what I want for the week of the 4th. I try and change it every week…. but sometimes I don’t ;).

  3. Super cute!! I need to get my Red, white and blue stuff out!! the jars look great! little flags are my favorite thing to decorate with this time of year! cheap and festive!

  4. Love it – these are so cute and NOW I know why you were painting mason jars. I love the rocket banner – so cute!!! I love bunting too! xoxo ERIN

    1. You can use chalk paint or acrylic paint. I used acrylic (because I had the colors already on hand). Just make sure when you use the acrylic paint to let each coat (I used 2 coats with a sponge brush) dry for at least 24 hours before adding the next coat or the paint will peel. I will be painting them all the time now 🙂

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