4th of July Decor DIY Mason Jar Votives | Make This Craft in Just Minutes!
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Looking for a 4th of July decor DIY project? Keep reading to check out these patriotic votives!
Celebrate the red, white, and blue with these festive DIY Mason jar votives. ❤️ 🤍 💙
These America flag Mason jar votives will brighten up your home or patio! Better yet, Dollar Tree has the majority of the craft supplies you’ll need for a frugal, simple craft anyone can do! What a fun little project to celebrate the 4th of July.
We love nothing more than a cost-efficient yet adorable piece of patriotic decor. You do not have to overspend to get the perfect holiday decorations, and there’s so much you can do when it comes to a 4th of July decor DIY. You can get the whole family involved, too!
Check the Dollar Tree for supplies first.
I already had Mason jars on hand, but Dollar Tree has jars if needed. The battery-operated candles and mini American flags can be found at Dollar Tree, too. Keep in mind that you can also use bigger flags and jars to make these on a larger scale if desired.
Dollar Tree doesn’t seem to carry the same selection of colors of sand as they did when I first made this DIY, so you can check Michaels for colored sand instead.
Hip tips for this 4th of July decor DIY:
- If you can’t find colored sand at Dollar Tree and want more variety than Michael’s, be sure to check on Amazon or Joann.
- Feel free to add or take away anything to make each design unique to your own taste.
- Not only is this a great decor item, but it also makes the perfect party favor or gift.
4th of July American Flag VotivesPrint
Now you have frugal yet adorable decorations for the 4th of July!
I love these patriotic votive jars so much! Aren’t they fun? This is something that takes just a few minutes each to put together and there’s no paint or gluing involved! I think a few of these would make a nice hostess gift this summer, too.
Grab the kids and try making this DIY firework art next!