Patriotic Book Stack for the 4th of July
This patriotic book stack idea is the perfect dollar store craft! Show your Independence Day pride and add this homemade decor to your mantle or shelf.
I’ll show you a couple of different Dollar Tree supplies to make this different sizes to fit bookcases, tiered trays, or console displays. This is just a quintessential farmhouse decoration and you do NOT need a cutting machine at all.
Make this July 4th Wreath as a way to add a fun red, white, and blue look to your front porch.
Farmhouse Patriotic Book Stack
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, I lean towards easy decorating and re-decorating during the summer months. It’s beautiful here and I want to be outside by the pool, not shifting boxes of decorations around in my attic.
When I get the gusto to make something during this time, it needs to be quick and this summer craft definitely fits that description. Head to the Dollar Tree and gather up all of the supplies for this 4th of July book stack. For less than a package of fireworks, you can make this fun rustic DIY to use again each year.
RELATED READING: Easy Ribbon Flag Wands for the 4th of July
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Year-Round Book Stack Ideas for Decor
Since these easy pieces became popular years ago, I’ve shared a ton of inspiration for you to create your own. If you’re at the store and have your paints out, you could make up a few of them for an afternoon crafting session and have them for the entire year.
- Valentine Book Stack Inspiration – This one uses the same stamps!
- St Patrick’s Day Book Stack – Those Dollar Tree clovers never looked so good.
- Bee Book Stack – Make this one to and use it all the way from early to spring to late summer.
- Fall Book Stack – Those leaves are so inviting, aren’t they?
- Gnome Holiday Book Stack Idea – Use a cutting machine to create this crisp, gnome-inspired stack.
Where to Display a Fourth of July Book Stack
- The size and shape make it perfect to fit on a mantle, shelf, or coffee table. It looks great from both sides when it’s painted, so you don’t have to put it up against a wall.
- If you’re entertaining for Independence Day, add this as as small decoration to a dessert table.
- Entertaining outside? Pop this onto the self-serve table along with some mason jars filled with flatware and napkins. This is small enough to still have room for all the food and condiments.
RELATED READING: How to Make a Rustic Wood Round Tiered Tray
How to Make This Dollar Tree 4th of July Craft
Below is the written and printable tutorial for this “less than 30 minute craft.” If you have any questions, use the comments below or join me in the Facebook group here. It’s a great bunch of crafters who are kind and helpful (and we’d really love to see your creations)!
This book stack is a little larger than one made for a tiered tray set or display. If a wood book stack is what you need, use the closed-sided wood crates from the Dollar Tree. Sand them first and then paint, stamp, and decorate it the same way.
More Patriotic Themed Crafts for the 4th of July
- DIY Ribbon Wands for Independence Day – I tell you, the kids (up to about 9 years old) all loved these and they make a great display on any table.
- The Best July 4th Gnome Patterns and Tutorials – You know that you need your very own DIY 4th of July gnome and they’re so easy to make.
- This Easy July 4th Wreath is a Fun Independence Day Craft – This would be perfect hanging on the back deck and it’s fun for all ages.
- 4th of July Popcorn Balls – Everyone just gobbles these up when I put them out. They look amazing on a dessert table and they are so easy to make.
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