Celebrate the Red, White and Blue with a patriotic tree decorated for the Fourth of July with flags, nautical ornaments, ribbon and affordable decorations for a Stars & Stripes Salute.
Happy Friday! I’m sharing my love of the Red, White and Blue with a patriotic-inspired theme tree!
Red finial ornaments add some red sparkle and shine to the tree.
Red, white and blue paper hanging fans from Walmart (3 for $1.47) added a festive and affordable patriotic decoration to the tree.
Along with patriotic ribbon, I found patriotic party picks at Michaels that I placed on the tree to resemble 4th of July fireworks display. . .
Mini American flags added to the tree provide a Stars and Stripes Salute!
I included some nautical touches to the tree.
Boat ornaments from a stash of lake Christmas tree ornaments were happy to be launched out of the attic and onto the tree . . .
And join some mini ‘Welcome Aboard’ life ring ornaments and fishing bobber garland.
Patriotic Bunting is hanging in anticipation of Independence Day and to celebrate the Red, White & Blue. . .
Boxes of sparklers were added to the tree and ready to light. . .
And fill patriotic pails hanging from tree branches.
And a ‘Great American Sparklers & Firecrackers~ Super Charged and Extra Loud’ sign was found on clearance at Michaels. . .
And for a nod to our annual 4th of July fireworks display here on the lake.
I found this pillow at Target and couldn’t get the lyrics of ‘America the Beautiful’ out of my head. . .
God shed his grace on thee,
And crown thy good with brotherhood
From sea to shining sea.
Join me at the table to celebrate the Red, White & Blue, HERE
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However you celebrate Independence Day, spend a few moments to remember and give thanks for our military men and women and their families, whose service and sacrifice allow us to live in freedom.
America is the Land of the Free Because of the Brave.
Note: This post was originally published in 2018 in a campaign for Patriotic Fridays in partnership with Tree Classics.
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