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Fourth of July Wooden Star Table Decoration

Posted by  ·  June 8, 2014  ·  Last Updated: June 8, 2014

We love celebrating the Fourth of July at our home.  We are all about the Fourth of July Parade and spend months planning our float. We also have a day long party at our home.  I am usually scrambling at the last minute decorating the tables to make them festive.  So instead of running around gathering flowers this year I made these wooden star flag holders.

fourth of july table decoration

Cut the stars out of a piece of 2 X 8 pine lumber using a jig saw. Here is a star template.

fourth of july table decoration tutorial

Drill a hole at an angle on the top on each side.

fourth of july table decoration DIY

Sand the stars and paint.  I found these glitter star ornaments at the craft store and hot glued them to the front.  These wooden stars could also be left plain or painted red white and blue.   Place two flags in your star and you have a festive Fourth of July table decoration.

fourth of july star table decoration

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  1. Tuesday, July 1st, 2014
    What a great idea for a festive centerpiece!! So simple, especially if you leave it bare, but there's so much room to make it fancy if you want. Plus, they last a lot longer than flowers would! Thanks for sharing!!