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Rustic Americana Front Door Decor ~ The Ultimate Red White and Blue Round Up

Hello everyone! Do you love Independence Day as much as I do? It’s one of my favorite holidays and this year, like last (yay), I’m part of the ULTIMATE Red White and Blue Roundup {Abbey from The Cards We Drew puts this hop all together…thanks Abbey!) and it’s a great resource for ideas galore including crafts, decor, recipes and more!

Ultimate Red White and Blue Roundup at cupcakesandcrinoline.com

This years roundup is below but first I want to share what I made.  It’s an easy-to-make Banner/Door Decor that takes about 10 to 15 minutes to put together and costs around $20.00.

Rustic Americana Door Decor

I found a Canvas Flag banner,  some rustic bells, a grapevine wreath and battery operated light up stars at a local craft store.  That was my inspiration for this banner.  I wound the bells around the grapevine wreath, added the lights and then hung both on my front door.  When all was said and done I ended up switching things a bit ~ the center of the grapevine wreath needed “something”.

Rustic Americana Door Decor with chalkboard center and smaller American flags at cupcakesandcrinoline.com

Since I didn’t buy anything to go in the center I went shopping around my house and grabbed the chalkboard platter (made for $1.00) from my bathroom, changed the wording to Welcome (I’m planning to change it again for the 4th of July) and placed that in the middle of the wreath

Rusted bells around grapevine wreath

….it was exactly what I needed.

Rustic Americana Door Decor with chalkboard at cupcakesandcrinoline.com

I also added some smaller flags to each side of the chalkboard platter on the back – I used duct tape 😉 to secure those.

You can check out all of the other amazing inspiration by clicking on any of the links below:signature


More Patriotic Inspiration:

Old Glory Patriotic Wreath DIY
Old Glory Patriotic Grapevine Wreath

Confetti Popper #UltimateRedWhiteAndBlue #ConfettiPopper

Last year I shared a confetti popper that is so easy to make and such fun for kids and adults alike

4-minutes from Start to Finish Washi Tape flag on a chalkboard background from cupcakesandcrinoline.com

And a few years ago I used that same Dollar Store platter that’s part of the door decor above to make this cute Washi Tape Flag ~ don’t you just love something that you can use over and over again? 

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Allie

Monday 29th of June 2015

I just wanted to let you know that I featured your post on my July 4th round up... http://www.craftyallieblog.com/2015/06/amazing-july-4th-show-your-spirit-ideas.html Have a great week! ~Allie

Mary Beth

Monday 29th of June 2015

Thank you so much, Allie!

Jamie | anderson + grant

Thursday 11th of June 2015

Love this idea!!! AND I love that you shared with us that you used duct tape :) Door decor always looks best when it fills a large portion of the door like this does. You're so creative.

Mary Beth

Friday 12th of June 2015

Thank you so much, Jamie! p.s. My Dad built the house I grew up in and my Mother's joke was that it was held together by electrical tape....I am definitely my Father's daughter....I have a holster with duct tape and I'm not afraid to use it. ;)