It's easy and fun to get your house ready for the season of patriotic holidays. A flag out front with a red, white and blue wreath on the door, or a cute pillow or two in the entryway all do the trick with little fuss. Another simple way to observe Memorial Day or the Fourth is by looking for a free printable to download.
Download any of these free patriotic printables for a simple and inexpensive way to decorate your home for Memorial Day, and then again for the Fourth of July. After printing, place in a frame on your mantel or an entryway table. Group the print with other red, white and blue decor in a vignette that celebrates our country and the soldiers that fight for our freedom.
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This bright and bold silhouette of the United States on a background of preppy stripes conveys the sentiment that there's no place like home.
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This patriotic print looks handsome in a wooden frame propped on a mantel and would great year-round in a room with a nautical, or down-home country feel.
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Print and frame this artistic rendering of the Pledge of Allegiance for a seasonal expression of loyalty to your country. A rustic blue frame completes the look.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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While most patriotic art has a bright, bold style, this unique printable is softer. It would work well with romantic or cottage interiors because of its shiplap background and floral embellishment.
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This sweet printable uses a chalkboard background for a couple of mason jars, which are popular decor items for Memorial Day and the Fourth of July because they are made in America.
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This free printable is perfect for Memorial Day because it specifically pays tribute to the soldiers who have served the United States of America.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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Towns across America host parades on Memorial Day and on the Fourth of July. This patriotic version of the popular "Keep Calm" slogan evokes the American flag, as well as the idea of waving at a hometown parade.
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This rustic-looking subway art uses the lyrics from Lee Greenwood's modern patriotic anthem "God Bless the USA" to spell out American pride.