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l e t ' s p a r t y: born on the 4th of july

Maddie C.Comment

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Whether you were born on the 4th of July or are gearing up to celebrate Independence Day in style-- I've got you covered! Red, white, and blue can be demonstrated in several unique ways, whether by going with natural fruits and veggies or making colorful garlands. My fondest memories are of visiting relatives in Iowa and watching the fireworks. We had a large family, but my grandmother always managed to put on quite the spread, complete with fun activities for the kids. What are some of your favorite must-have foods and decorations for the 4th?

Pinwheels! So fun and simple! (

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 You could use a variety of materials to make creative signage. (

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Sparkler cupcakes are a blast!  (Make sure to supervise the kids, parental units!)(

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Interpreting red, white, + blue with natural foods and tones. (

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How cute is this? great source for printables and ideas. (

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These would be really fun and easy to make. (

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Non-traditional foods for those with gourmet palates. (

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These are beautiful and very festive. (

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Yum! A little work but they look fun and delicious. (

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Jones Soda is a genius idea for these! (

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Chalkboard signage can be creative and simple. (

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🐼♥️,

Maddie

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