I love adding red, white, and blue to my summer decor, but I also love finding ways to incorporate our patriotic colors with my coastal decor. As I was planning my breakfast nook summer tablescape, I knew I needed some new coasters. I was lucky to have found a set still in the original box during a . . .
This was such a fun project! It did take a little more time than I thought it would, but once I was finished with it, I loved how it turned out. It's a great way to display some Red, White, and Blue! . . .
Coffee cans can be put to lots of uses. I use them as great storage containers, to mix paints in and they can be upcycled and used as decor pieces. I especially like to use them for seasonal decor. Grab an empty coffee can and get creative! . . .
While I love our American red, white and blue, those colors don't flow well with the decor in my home. I wanted something to blend in while at the same time giving a nod to patriotism I've seen various decor pieces using the phrase Sea to Shining Sea and I thought that would be perfect for what I . . .
There are so many fun ways to decorate for July 4th. Wreaths are my go to decor items and this is a really easy one to make. The end result lets you show off your American pride. It doesn't get much easier than pinning felt squares to a foam wreath! . . .
From North of the Boulevard~ Just in time for Flag Day on June 14, I put together this patriotic decor project. It's a fun little upcycle project using items I already had. This will be great to use for July 4th decor, too. How easy was this? A few items and about 15 minutes easy! . . .
Making a burlap wreath with an Americana look is a great way to show off the red, white, and blue for any of the patriotic holidays in the US. This wreath has a rustic look to it with the muted colors of the burlap. I can be display from Memorial day through Labor Day or pulled out just for the . . .
Presidents' Day is coming up on February 16 in the US. It's a great time to show our patriotic colors. Rather than making a new wreath which is my usual go to decor item, I went a different route. . . .