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25 Fabulous Fourth of July Ideas You Are Gonna Love

For many people, the first big party of the summer season is July 4. From backyard BBQs to beach trips, there are many ways to celebrate this day!

The Fourth of July marks our country’s birthday. On this day in 1776, the members of the Second Continental Congress met in Philadelphia, adopting the final draft of the Declaration of Independence, proclaiming our sovereignty from Great Britain.any ways to enjoy the holiday.

As you begin to fire up the grills, take a few minutes to remember the history of the Fourth of July and what it means for our country. This uniquely American holiday is a time to reflect on the greatness of our Nation and its people.



 Let Me Help You Celebrate With Some Fun Ideas For The Fourth of July……..



4th of July Wreath


4th of July Parade Wands

4th of july lanterns

Easy and Inexpensive Fourth of July Centerpiece


4th of July Water Bottles

Wrap small flags around water bottles for an incredibly simple way to add 4th of July spirit. Plastic or fabric flags work best — paper flags will wither as the water condenses.


Blueberry, Strawberry & Jicama Salsa



4th Of July Buckets

Share your patriotic sentiments with guests by labeling oversize buckets with vinyl letters (find them at office supply or crafts stores). Fill the buckets with ice to keep beverages cool during a hot 4th of July celebration, or use them to hold boxes of sparklers.


How much fun would it be to have your kids make their own wind streamer?

All you need are some empty oatmeal containers… or just some hardy cardstock.

Here are the instructions.


 Make a Table Flag Runner….


Hotdog Bar for 4th of July party! This is a lot cuter than lining everything up on the kitchen counter! Love It!


Red, White + Blue Gumball Machine Favors {The Celebration Shoppe}

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Simple DIY Patriotic Bandana Tablecloth


Cake in a Jar….Make This Cute Treat


Pallet flag for front porch…Love this!


 4th of July Pinwheels from Practically Functional


4th of July Snack Mix -from glorioustreats


 DIY 4th of July Napkin Rings



 Show your love of comics and America with these Captain America Shield Coasters. You’re 4th of July Picnic BBQ will never be the same.


 DIY Patriotic Paper Fans - with Free Printable Template!


Patriotic Door Medallion

Patriotic Candy Buttons from Sweet Sugar Belle
Fourth of July food – Fruit and Marshmallow Kabobs. Can use: Strawberries, Watermelon. Bananas, Angel food cake, Marshmallows. Blueberrries.

Cut out star template & then spray paint stars on lawn for 4th of July



Have a Fabulous 4th of July!

  Talk Soon!







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