4th of July Mantel Decor 2014

Being that I love primitive country decor the americana theme just fits right into my style of decorating.  I like to decorate for most all holidays in one form or another and wanted to share what I put on my 4th of July mantel for 2014.

The mirror shelf hangs right above my fire place.



I like to mix and match colors, patterns, old and new and move things around until it works.


1.  These DIY 4th of July Firecrackers are a perfect addition to my decorating this year.  I created them using recycled/repurposed cricut cartridge boxes.  Click here to see how I did these.

2.  Another new decor item I created in 2014 is the Primitive Patriotic Burlap Wreath.  I like to hang a wreath in the middle of my mirror shelf and it looks perfect hanging right there.  Click here to see how I created that wreath.

3.  The primitive uncle sam is created using paper mache boxes.  I found this set in a little craft shop about 10 years ago and pull him out every year to enjoy his sweet little face.  🙂  I didn’t create this project but feel its pretty easy to duplicate if you would like to.  Once the season is over I store him by putting the boxes inside each other.  Easy peasy!


I also have a pip berry garland,  wooden spools inside a rusty bed spring. tin stars, and a candle holder.

I love my 4th of July Mantel decor for 2014 and I hope you do too.

Leave me a comment I’d love to know what you think.



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  1. Beautiful! Love the wreath! New follower 🙂

  2. Super cute! Thanks for linking up to the creative exchange link party. Don’t forget to stop on by on Thursday to link up what you have been working on this week!