Party food is usually the hardest part to prep, so make this one easy on yourself by pre-packing a school lunch for your party guests to enjoy. But, to make it a little more festive than just a sack lunch, add this fun little packed lunch label. Be sure to use the little coordinating water bottle label as well.

school lunch printable

school lunch printable

school lunch printable

school lunch printable

There is even room on the school lunch printables┬áto write your guests’ names. If you’re worried about food allergies, you can also invite your guests to pack their own lunch to bring to the party. Just write their name on the label and attach it to their sack when they get there.

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It might seem early, but for some of you it’s time to start thinking about going back to school! That’s always a reason to celebrate. But whether or not the kids are celebrating, help them get excited by hosting a fun back to school party! You can put together these easy School Days party decorations with just a couple steps.

#schoolparty Back to School Party Decorations

For the flashcard garland, you will need: cotton twine, flashcards (find them at your local dollar store), and washi tape

Directions: Use two little piece of washi tape to tape each flashcard to the twine.

Back to School garland

Back to school decorations

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Next, print out the School Days poster as an engineering poster at Staples to mimic a chalkboard. (You can save this download on a jump drive and take it to the store.)

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Make these glow stick holders as a perfect party favor, or just as a great gift to give to neighbor kids.

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Directions: To make the glow stick holders, print out the glow stick printable onto a piece of heavy card stock, 8-1/2″ x 11″. Cut out the holders. Using an xacto knife, cut the slits in the middle of the holder. Slip the glow sticks through the slits. For cuteness, have the glow sticks stick out of either end of the holder.

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A 4th of July celebration always needs a good American hamburger. While a full on barbecue might not be on your list, you can still have a classic American bite by serving these Fourth of July food trays filled with sliders, french fries, or chips!

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Directions: To make these food trays, print out the free food tray printable onto a heavy piece of card stock, 8-1/2″ x 11″. Cut the trays out. Cut the tabs in the sides. Fold the tabs in and glue it together. Let the tray dry. Line the tray with wax paper or parchment paper before putting the food in.

4th of July food trays

4th of July food trays

4th of July food trays

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I love little number candles. They always look so cute decked out on cupcakes and cakes. So when I was thinking of 4th of July decorations, I instantly thought of using little number 4 candles as Fourth of July cupcake toppers! You can find these number 4 candles at your local Target. But, I couldn’t just leave it at a number 4. Some of my holiday guests might be confused, so I made some printable flags that say “of July” to complete the “4 of July” look.

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You Will Need: number 4 candles, free printable July flags, 3 inch lollipop sticks, and glue

Directions: Print and cut out the July flags. Fold the flags in half. Glue one flag to the end of a lollipop stick. Stick a number 4 candle in the top of your cupcake along with a July flag topper.

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These fun and unique cupcake toppers would also look great on top of a pie, sandwich, or any other 4th of July treat!

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