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3 Cheers for Red, White and Blue…
Patriotic Pops for a Festive 4th of July

We partnered with Lindsay Hines, interior stylist and blogger of Whimsy Girl Design. See how she used 4th of July decorations from Tuesday Morning to style her home for indoor and outdoor entertaining.

Family, friends, food and fireworks…the 4th of July is one of my favorite holidays! From parades and pool parties to cook outs and concerts, it is always fun to get together with loved ones to celebrate our great country!

I love decorating for every holiday so I headed into Tuesday Morning to find a few touches of red, white and blue! I scored some great 4th of July decorations that can be used to create a festive vignette or can be used if you hosting a big event. Versatile items are such a great investment!

These adorable additions brought a patriotic punch to my front porch! Just a few simple touches made such a big impact!

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The rustic, wood sign was perfect for my red front door and the yard stake was a simple way to dress up my potted fern.

Inside my house, I created a charming vignette on my dining room table. Creating a vignette is a simple way to bring in a touch of seasonal décor without having to do a ton of work. The red, white and blue table runner was too perfect to pass up! I used an old crate to add height to this area and added my Tuesday Morning finds for the perfect centerpiece.

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From plates and bowls to baskets and bobble heads, Tuesday Morning had so many cute things to chose from!

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Do you spy the yard stake…why not use it indoors, too!

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One of my favorite finds was this flag banner! I thought it added a fun touch to my galvanized chandelier, but this banner could be used in so many different ways. Make sure and check out how I used it outside below.

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Adding a few touches can create such an impact in a space!

If you are hosting a get together, these items are perfect for styling an outside entertaining area as well. I hauled all my 4th of July decorations outside to create a welcoming snack table. The basket that once held a faux plant on in my dining room centerpiece was perfect for serving chips on the snack table. The same décor pieces create a welcoming sight when it comes time for guests to grab a snack!

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I hung the banner and the wood sign on an old metal gate to create a whimsical backdrop.

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I hope these ideas have inspired you to add a festive touch to your home! Drop into your local Tuesday Morning to grab your own 4th of July decorations before they are gone!

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