On Tuesday, I featured a huge collection of 30 free 4th of July printables. (See it here.) Today, I’m rounding up 16 more last-minute printables for your 4th of July party!
I thought I’d share my Declaration of Independence Party — one that was so much fun for me to put together because of some great collaboration and my family’s connection to the origins of the 4th of July.
Yup, it’s Tuesday. I’ve been working and working on the post and it just kept growing and growing and now it’s Tuesday. So, here it is, my biggest “Freebie Friday” ever: 30 free printables to help you celebrate the 4th of July!
Celebrate the heroes in your family at your 4th of July celebration with these easy and quick Independence Day dessert table ideas.
As usual, I am getting ready for the holiday just in the nick of time. I keep telling myself to skip ahead to the next holiday so I have time to do something really wiz bang, but I can’t seem to let a celebration pass me by. So here we are, getting ready for Independence […]
The 4th of July is one of those fun, low pressure holidays. We eat, we do the hometown parade, and we do sparklers. Sometimes we drive up to the movie theater to get a good view of the fireworks. It just doesn’t get any easier. But I do like to dress things up a little […]
Are you making and taking this 4th of July? I am, so I turned our traditional American Flag Fruit Pizza into a fruit tartlet. It was easy to travel with, and the bite size format was great for standing around noshing on desserts.
Our hometown 4th of July parade is Norman Rockwell fun, but it also is steamy. So clearly we needed fans. This is a “use what you have around the house” project, and an easy craft to do with your kids.
To dress up our 4th of July parade wagon, I made tassles out of dollar store plastic table coverings. This is a super easy (and very cheap) project that you could use to decorate any party!
We are so lucky to live close a historic downtown that hosts a 4th of July parade each year. It’s just a great community parade with Boy Scouts, church floats, firemen tossing out candy, and nothing really special but a lot of small town fun all the same. It is, however, hot as Hades. So […]
If you’re like me this year, July 4th will be a very last minute affair! The past two years, I’ve done parties (see them here and here). But this year, we’ll be on the road, so I’ll be trying out some ideas that can travel well. (I’ll share next week.) For now, here are some […]
In the “it’ll be here faster than you know” category: 4th of July! I’m loving some of the new, free 4th of July printables this year. Here are some of my favorites.
Happy Fourth of July! I hope you will able to spend the day with your family, enjoying a parade and some fireworks, weather permitting. Maybe when you are back home, you can take some inspiration from this real party by Party Like Paula.
So many of you are new around here (thank you!) that I thought I’d pull out last year’s Fourth of July party to share with you. This is actually the party that started Double the Fun Parties! Kori of Paper & Pigtails featured this party on her blog, and it was my first party feature.
Ready for my “not quite colonial” recipes from our Declaration of Independence-inspired party?
A few months back, I got a wonderful surprise in my email from Zoila at Squared Party Printables. I’d used one of Zoila’s Halloween collections for this party and just love her work. She sent me her Stars & Stripes collection, which is very big and a steal at just $8 on Etsy. (Read to […]
I am looking forward to sharing our Independence Day party with you this week, but in the meantime, here are some of my favorite 4th of July ideas from Pinterest. I used exactly zero of these in my party, but I really do love them all. Maybe you can incorporate them in your celebration. (And […]
Less dependence on your wallet makes for a great Independence Day celebration.