Red White and Blue Chair Backer #thebigbling

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kids chair backers for the 4th of july- so easy to make!

This post is sponsored by Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores.

We’re so excited for the 4th of July over here. My kids LOVE “go booms” and have so much fun pointing out the American flag all over. They are completely smitten with everything Red, White and Blue. So I am so excited to share a fun craft my daughter and I made (well, she supervised) to help us get in the mood- these adorable Red White and Blue Chair Backers with Joann’s #thebigbling products!


And really- this project could be made for any season with just some different colors. I was going for stars and stripes and all things red white and blue- but wouldn’t this be darling in pinks, blues, or other fun colors? You can bling it out however you like!


Big Bling Logo


To make these adorable backers, you’ll need:


Martha Stewart Crafts all over the Page Stars Punch

Glitter Tape

Glitter Cardstock – 3 pages

Martha Stewart all over the page Single Star Punch

Red cardstock

blue cardstock

white card stock


hot glue

hole punch

martha stewart large circle cutter


Quick easy chair backers for the 4th of july!




red white and blue chair cover

I’m so excited to be sharing this post in conjunction with Jo-Ann and their Big Bling Event! Just in time for things to heat up this summer, Jo-Ann is sharing some sizzling and super FUN ideas for adding bling to your craft projects. Be sure to check out all of the fun Big Bling ideas on their site!

PLUS, going on right now is a super fun Instagram challenge where you will have the chance to show Jo-Ann your personalized and blinged-out crafts on Instagram during #TheBigBling Sweepstakes. The sweepstakes is broken up into five weekly themes, and this week’s theme is all about the red, white and blue! Entries for this week’s theme start at 9:00 a.m. ET on 6/30/14 and run through 11:59:59 p.m. ET on 7/5/14. Jo-Ann will pick a winner for the week’s challenge and announce him or her on Instagram the following week by tagging his or her handle. How fun is that? (You can find all details regarding the official rules here.)

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