Free Patterned Paper Fan Printables

Free Patterned Paper Fan Printables

In last week’s blog post, we decorated the photoshoot with red and blue paper fans. They were so easy to put up and even easier to make. This inspired us to create free paper fan printables for our readers – just in time for Fourth of July!

You can make them beforehand, or even during the party as an activity for the little ones. Because of its simplicity, this DIY is perfect to make with the kids.

Use the paper fans to decorate the walls, the food table, or even your party favors! The possibilities are limitless.


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What you need:


  1. Print and cut our Free Patterned Paper Fan Printables.
  2. Fold the square in half so it makes a rectangle.
  3. Fold the rectangle like an accordion.
  4. Bend the rectangle in half so it makes a v-shape.
  5. Open up the fan. Tape the edges together with clear tape.

Looking for more Fourth of July decor? Check out these items from some of our favorite Etsy shops:

Fourth of July Garland

Fourth of July Garland from The Blushing Fig – $19.75

Hang these felt ball garlands around your table, on the shelf, or any where else that could benefit from a little red, white and blue. Reusable and eco-friendly, this felt adornment is perfect to use even after the festivities.


American Flag Painted Jars

American Flag Painted Jars from UPCYD Studio – $20.00

Looking for something to hold the utensils? These hand-painted jars are perfect for doing just that! You can also use them to hold flowers as table centerpieces.


Red White and Blue Cupcake Wrappers

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Red, White and Blue Cupcake Wrappers from WellDressedCupcakes – $6.00

If you’re planning to bake cupcakes, dress them up with these starry wrappers. There’s 12 in one set and they’re made from sturdy cardstock.


Did you use our printables for your holiday party? Send us photos by emailing

Margaret Alba (17 Posts)

Margaret is a graphic designer from Houston, Texas. She now lives in Portland, Oregon where she collects house plants, reads memoirs of funny people, and explores independent shops.

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