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

4th of July food

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Happy Fourth of July!






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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The Fourth of July just might be the perfect holiday (and if you don’t live in the U.S. you can sub in Canada Day or Bastille Day or whatever your national holiday might be!). A low key holiday with great weather, fabulous food and fireworks? Yes please! Add in these perfectly refreshing (and oh-so-festive) layered red, white and blue slushes and this already fun day becomes just a little bit sweeter.

the perfect 4th of july refreshment- red, white and blue layered slushes

layered patriotic red, white and blue slushes

how to make layered slushes

how to make layered slushes

Directions: To make these slushes blend batches of red, white and blue Gatorade with ice. Pour into mason jars in layers, letting each one set up for a few minute in the freezer before adding the next color. Add festive straws (find a fabulous selection of party straws here!) and enjoy!

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Searching¬†for something semi-homemade to bring to a Fourth of July picnic? Look no further! Just add this simple DIY firework cake topper to a store-bought chocolate cake (you can find this yummy one at Whole Foods) and you’re picnic ready.

simple DIY firework cake topper

DIY patriotic cake topper

DIY firework cake topper

Directions: To make the cake topper snip red, white and blue straws in half. Glue the halved straw pieces around the top of a plain drink stirrer. When the ‘burst’ of the firework is complete, glue a pom pom in the middle.

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Festive, patriotic, and oh-so-easy cake topper done!






What better accompaniment to your ‘compliment confetti‘ than a rainbow of vintage sodas with labels made just for dad? These special Father’s Day bottle wraps read “You’re the best, Pop!”

free father's day soda pop printables

fathers day free printables

fathers day soda pop printables

fathers day soda pop printables

Find this colorful lineup of vintage sodas at World Market. Download the Father’s Day bottle wrap printables below.

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