Last updated on February 23rd, 2020 at 12:48 pm
I’m a huge fan of 4th of July ribbon projects! Ribbon is so versatile, so I’ve rounded up a ton of fun patriotic ideas for you to celebrate the 4th!
I find myself coming back to my ribbon stash more and more when making 4th of July decorations. And I’m not the only one — here are a ton of super fun patriotic ideas that use ribbon!
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My favorite project with ribbon is my patriotic scrapbusting windsock. I love how it blows in the summer breezes and is fun and patriotic without being too ‘MERICA! And you can probably make one with things you have in your craft room already!
This patriotic ribbon wreath from Landeelu is perfect for decorating your front door. It’s super easy and can be adapted for pretty much any holiday, too!
I’m a sucker for ric-rac and these cute flag shirts by Our Good Family deliver! Perfect for your kiddos, and, even better, they are no-sew!
There are a lot of ribbon flags floating around the Internet, but I think that this ribbon flag by Craftiments is the prettiest. I love how she used buttons for stars, and added in lace for the stripes. So delicate and pretty!
If you’re going to a parade, you definitely want to make some of my scrapbusting streamers! Kids will have a blast waving them during a parade or party.
It’s tutorials like this that make me long for longer hair! This super easy patriotic ribbon braid by a Girl and a Glue Gun is a great way to add some patriotic spunk to any outfit.
I would have loved to have had some of these patriotic dancing rings when I was a little girl! A great tutorial from Cutting Tiny Bites.
Giggles Galore takes a few pieces of wood and some ribbon and makes some super adorable TNT firecrackers! These would be really cute sitting on a porch.
I love how Mama Olie used her electronic cutting machine to make the stars for her tin can windsocks — each of her kids decorated theirs a little differently. So cute!
Woah, this patriotic topiary is so cool! It looks difficult, but really it’s quite easy if you follow A Diamond in the Stuff’s tutorial. Might have to make a few giant ones to decorate our patio!
Craft Yourself took two ideas and combined them to make this rustic fringe flag. It would look great adorning your front door.
Want to go all out for the 4th of July? These ribboned flip flops from About a Mom are incredibly easy to make, and they aren’t permanent — just remove the ribbon after the 4th!
My friends and I used to make similar crowns in high school, so it’s fun to see a similar ribbon crown tutorial from Everyday Celebrate.
If wreaths aren’t your thing, this 4th of July door hanging is a great alternative! You can get the kit and tutorial at CraftCuts.
I love all the fabrics in this garland from the Ribbon Retreat, including the fun floral that makes it extra special.
Fun, right? Grab your spools and get making!
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