This is a really quick and short blog post! I am setting up my backyard for our Fourth of July shindig tomorrow, and I thought I would share this really quick, easy, and cheap way to add some red, white, and blue to your patio.
Easy Bandana Pillow Covers for the 4th of July
Simply head to your closest dollar store and pick up red and blue bandanas. Mine came in packets of two for $1.00. So for $6.00 I have a whole new look for the party tomorrow.
Simply lay one bandana down flat (right side out), place pillow on top, and lay second bandana on top of pillow (again right side out). Then simply start tying off the corners with ribbon. I used my red and white kitchen twin because that I was I have on hand.
No more green pillows! Fast, easy, and cheap! Next year I might pull out the sewing machine and stitch them into a covering – but for now you can’t beat the ease of this.
Ignore the dead lawn please – we are in a drought : ( To see how I made the flag pallet – look here!
And look at what I found on the side of the road on my walk yesterday! Wait till you see how I am transforming this free headboard!
Super cute idea! Will have to try these, thanks for sharing.
These are super cute! They look super easy to make though.
Yes, super easy. And once I take them off – they will be easy to store for next year!
Wow! So cute! I will save this for next year!
With so many colorful and varied patterned bandanas I’m sure I might be covering my pillows for other gatherings!
What a cute idea to add that extra touch of uniqueness to your party or home.
Thanks! I loved the overall look it gave my patin.
What a great idea! It looks so much harder than it is!
Thanks! They also held up well for the party!
Love these pillows. I love easy crafts and this is perfect. Also, that pallet flag rocks!
Thank you! Both projects were easy, cheap and fast – my kind of projects 🙂
Those are super cute!
Love how simple they are but how classic they look.
Enjoy July 4th!! We are at a wedding today 🙂
Thanks! Enjoy the wedding! It’s a double celebration for sure.
To celebrate Independence day, we are going to a parade this morning, eating a brisket, and enjoying fireworks tonight.
Sounds wonderful! And vary similar to our day. My husband is smoking the brisket right now. Enjoy and Happy 4th!
Ah this is so cute!! And so simple!!
Thanks! It was fast, too.