25 Fourth of July Ideas!
If you want to celebrate the Fourth of July there are endless ideas, from craft projects, to tablescapes, to creative food offerings. For information, tutorials or recipes, click on any of the links below the photos!
Food:How cute are these adorable little fruit pies celebrating the fourth with their pie dough stars? Country Living is your source for these little cuties! Are you a cake person instead of pie? Zainab swears this isn’t as difficult as it looks. Recipe and directions are at A Classic Twist!
Fourth of July bark? Sure, I would like a piece please! Life With The Crust Cut Off is where to find the low down on creating this fun treat!
Let’s start out with something yummy and red, white and blue! Get the whole ‘how to’ over at The Kitchen is My Playground! My thanks to Tracey for sharing this at Celebrate Your Story this week! Who doesn’t love a sea salt caramel? Andrea from Living on Cloud Nine shares the recipe for these fun treats to share at your holiday picnic!
Lady and the Blog will show you how to make these cherry-centered holiday truffles! What a sweet treat with a surprise inside! A no bake icebox cake is perfect for those hot Fourth of July picnics, so head on over to Cakes Cottage and you won’t have to get too hot in the kitchen!
Okay, this one isn’t really a food, but we might need a fun drink to serve up for the holiday! How about a red, white & blue boozy slush? Taylor Bradford has the recipe for this one!
Across the Boulevard shared the tutorial for this sweet No Sew Framed Americana Flag, an easy way to bring a little red, white and blue to your holiday decorating.This is a simple and easy tutorial from Maison de Pax. You might be able to figure this one out on your own, but go ahead and give Rachel a chance to show you how she created these cute jars!
This little burlap flag garland is an easy craft for the holiday. This one is from TeeDiddlyDee, where you can find all of the instructions!
You can add a lot of color to your front porch or entryway with this easy DIY Patriotic Sign from The Apple Street Cottage for just $10!!
Who doesn’t love a tiered tray? TeeDiddleyDee has decked her’s out with the cutest little figurines, I know i need to get mine styled!
A Fourth of July tree? Why not? Mary at Home is Where the Boat Is styles tables and her potting shed in the most creative way! Check it out!
Decorate your porch or patio with inspiration from Carol of Bluesky at Home! This sweet vignette was inspired by a Pinterest post! A Fourth of July vignette can be as simple as a basket lined with a red and white kitchen towel, and adding some red, white and blue accents like this one from Amber at Follow the Yellow Brick Home.
Go all out like Mary from Home is Where the Boat Is and drape your home, or in her case, potting shed with red, white and blue. Mary added flags everywhere and more traditional bunting from the roof.
Pam’s garden is so beautiful, it is like a public park! When she sets a table with this beautiful backdrop it only makes it more special. Everyday Living is where you will find the rest of the photos of this celebratory table.
How cute is this little bicycle all trimmed for a Fourth of July table by Ann at Corner of Plaid and Paisley! It reminds me of decorating my bicycle for a kids’ parade many July 4th’s ago!
My dear friend Kari shares her classic celebration for the holiday with her Independence Hall Staffordshire Ironstone. The funny thing is, these dishes are made in England. Check out the rest of her table at Me and My Captain.
Go a little traditional with a book page table runner, in this case topped with a sweet flag garland and white doilies. This one can be found at Camelot Art Creations.
Knock it Off Kim doesn’t just share her fun table, but she also shares a fun 4th printable with you!
Debbee from Debbee’s Buzz always goes all out when she is styling a party or a table! Don’t you love her centerpiece of patriotic figures? Head on over to her blog to see her sweet Betsey Ross centerpiece, too!
You don’t need to go all out, you can set a pretty table with just some red, white and blue elements to give a nod to the holiday. Your family will appreciate the effort. Living With Thanksgiving has done a beautiful job here.
From Tinkerhouse Trading Company this simple basket of American Flags is a tribute to Donna’s son who is serving in the U.S. Military. I share this today as a salute to my daughter who is now serving also. God bless all of those who keep us free to celebrate our Independence Day so long ago.
Do you want more Fourth of July Ideas? OR If you want to share your 4th of July creations or ideas, come on back on Friday, July 14th. I will be hosting and All American Link Party! The party will run through July 4th! I will be pinning all of the shared projects!