Do you want to make this 4th of July banner with your Cricut? Break out your machine and get cutting for Independence Day. I found this banner in Design Space at least three years ago and never made it. So I decided this was going to be the year I would make it.
One of my favorite things about having a Cricut machine is the ability to make pretty much whatever I want for any holiday, or any other time of the year.
I have always loved the 4th of July. The parades, the picnics, the fireworks. I’m so proud to be an American and celebrating Independence Day always feels so good. What a beautiful day to celebrate our freedom and independence.
A Little Independence Day Trivia
How many people signed the Declaration of Independence? — 56 people.
In what city was the Declaration of Independence signed? — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
What are the first seven words of the Declaration of Independence? — “When in the course of human events…
What were the colors of the first flag? — The colors of the first flag were red, white, and blue.
You will find that there are more cute holiday banners in Design Space, and this 4th of July banner is no exception.
Red White & Blue
The Completed Banner
If you decide you want to make this 4th of July banner with your Cricut, I have included a link to the cut file in Design Space.
Stay tuned because I’m going to decorate a super cute 4th of July glass with stars, fireworks and more in the coming week.
Until next time.
P.S. If you are still trying to decide on which Cricut machine to buy, check out my blog post on The Cricut Maker vs. The Cricut Explore Air 2.
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