Here are FREE 4th of July printables for you! Four free printables for the 4th! I love creating printables and sharing them with readers. So, in honor of America’s day of independence, here they are (this post contains affiliate links for your convenience. Click here to read my full disclosure):
The Star-Spangled Banner
Oh, say does that Star-Spangled banner yet wave,
O’er the land of the Free and the home of the brave!
First of the FREE 4th of July printables, a stanza from our National Anthem, written by Francis Scott Key in 1814. This is a flag flying somewhere in my town. I happened by and took this photo on a bright, clear blue Southern California ho-hum day in paradise! I PicMonkeyed it. What I mean by that is I uploaded a horizontal photo into PicMonkey, cropped it to make a vertical photo and then applied the “Orton” effect. Finally, I added text in white and voila’, a beautiful printable worthy of framing!
Want to learn how to use PicMonkey? I’ve written numerous tutorials. Here are a few links to detailed tutorials to help you with tips and tricks:
Patriotic DIY Brown Paper Bag Treat Bags plus a FREE Printable (yes, this is a tutorial, too!)
Before I forget, here’s a link to your FREE printable, which will print on 8 1/2 x 11 inch paper: The Star-Spangled Banner Printable.
Sweet Land of Liberty
Second of the FREE 4th of July printables, a simple modern photo of fireworks. Here’s a confession: I did not take this photo of fireworks for this printable. I did this entirely in PicMonkey:
- made black canvas background
- added fireworks from “Overlays”, increasing the size of the fireworks and offsetting them
- then, added text.
Took me less than 5 minutes! I’m not kidding!
Here’s a link to the FREE printable version: Sweet Land of Liberty Printable.
Declaration of Independence
Third of the FREE 4th of July printables, the Preamble from The Declaration of Independence on a subtle scripted background. This one, too, was so easy that’s it’s painful to admit that with you! The background is a “Texture” in PicMonkey called “Papyrus.” Then I typed the text, increasing the size and changing the color. So simple!
Here’s your free printable: Declaration of Independence Preamble Printable.
Patriotic Red Subway Art
Fourth and final of the FREE 4th of July printables – Patriotic Red Subway Art! Okay, I’ll admit it. This one took a bit of time to create because almost each and every word is a different text. Plus I changed the color of the words and faded them to create this look. But, the background is another “Texture” in PicMonkey called “Smudge.”
Here’s your free printable: Patriotic Red Subway Art Printable.FREE 4th of July printables suitable for framing and perfect for sharing on social media plus a… Click To Tweet
Here are two different collages to pin to your Pinterest board for reference. Thanks for sharing!
Faded Traditional-Style Pinterest Collage
Bright Modern-Style Pinterest Collage
Which do you like best?
Here’s more Patriotic inspiration for you from Toot Sweet 4 Two’s archives:
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