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Repurposed Tablecloth DIY Patriotic Decor

I am always looking for a way to turn affordable items into adorable DIY home decor, and this Repurposed Tablecloth DIY Patriotic Decor is a prime example of how I do it!

I turned a Dollar Tree plastic tablecloth and some paint sticks into this super simple and fun DIY patriotic home decor.

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I recorded the how-to steps of this patriotic DIY project and shared it on my Youtube Channel! You can watch the DIY tutorial to craft along (and there are 3 other amazing patriotic DIYs included in the video)!

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For this project, I will be using these items but you can substitute where you want.

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Repurposed Tablecloth DIY Patriotic Decor

How to Make a Repurposed Tablecloth DIY Patriotic Decor

You’re going to start this easy DIY patriotic decor craft by securing your 1-gallon paint sticks together with giant craft sticks. Lay 11 of the 1-gallon paint sticks side by side to create the wooden surface for your DIY sign. 

Repurposed Tablecloth DIY Patriotic Decor

Then, hot glue the giant craft sticks across the paint sticks to secure them together. Let the glue dry, then apply a coat of Mod Podge to the front of the paint sticks. I applied the white part of the tablecloth (with red and blue stars) onto the Mod Podge. 

Use a rolling pin to smooth out any wrinkles, creases, or bubbles that formed, and let the Mod Podge dry. I used my heat gun to speed up the drying process. If you don’t have a heat gun, you can use a hairdryer on the low cool setting. 

Repurposed Tablecloth DIY Patriotic Decor

Red, white, and blue

Now, it is time to make the hanger for this project! First, you need to paint your beads. I used Apple Barrel paints (the specific colors are in the supply list above). Put 7 beads into 3 little mixing bowls and spray them all with some water. 

Repurposed Tablecloth DIY Patriotic Decor

Pour a bit of paint into each of the bowls and mixed the beads around until they are all coated in the paint. You can remove them from the bowls and use wet wipes to remove any excess paint from the beads. 

Repurposed Tablecloth DIY Patriotic Decor

Set them to the side for now, because we have more tablecloth pieces to add to our DIY patriotic sign. I cut the red piece with white stripes into strips and used Mod Podge to adhere them to the sign. 

Repurposed Tablecloth DIY Patriotic Decor

Then, I cut 3 rectangle patterns out of the tablecloth and placed them between the red stripes on the sign. Once all the pieces are adhered and dry, go around the edges of the sign and remove any excess tablecloth. 

Repurposed Tablecloth DIY Patriotic Decor

Finally, thread your painted beads onto a piece of jute twine (add a dab of hot glue on the ends of the final beads to keep them all in place) and hot glue the ends of the jute twine to the back of the patriotic sign! 

Repurposed Tablecloth DIY Patriotic Decor

I hope you enjoyed this Reverse Canvas Patriotic USA Home Decor as I did and decide to make it for yourself! If you do, I would love to see how yours turns out!

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Repurposed Tablecloth DIY Patriotic Decor

If you loved this DIY you might also like these patriotic DIYs!

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