What are your 4th of July plans? Eric and I are driving to Sedona for a long weekend, and I can’t wait! We leave around noon today and are trying to fill the whole weekend with adventures. I will fill you in a little bit over Snapchat and perhaps here on the blog like I did for our trip up north to a cabin in this post.
I am sure I’m not the only one who is a last minute planner. It’s in my personality that I’m always left scrambling whether it be tidying up for company, cooking a great meal, planning my outfits, packing for a trip, or decorating for an event. E and I don’t get back home until Monday late afternoon, so I am resorting to Pinterest, fellow bloggers, and Etsy to help get ready for Monday’s 4th of July fun! I wanted to share easy patriotic finger foods, printables, DIY projects, and chalkboard art that can get you ready for some patriotic entertaining in just a few minutes or hours – that is up to you!
*All images are from Pinterest; and photo credit along with a direct link is listed below each photo.
Easy Patriotic Finger Foods
Strawberry Cheesecake Bites by The Kitchen is my Playground
Watermelon Stars by 12 Tomatoes
Oreo Pops by Happiness is Homemade
4th of July Printables
Photo Booth Props by AliciaPatios
Water Bottle Labels by Wackykracker
3D Stars Banner or Decor by Pitoti
Cupcake Toppers & Wrappers by SproutmyParty
Activity Placemats for kids by EasyEventIdeas
(This could also be a fun adult game – see who can finish it first!)
Stars & Stripes Triangle Garland by alittlebitofmuchness
Quick Patriotic DIY Projects
Mason Jar Luminaries by Keep Calm and Decorate
Pom Pom Cupcake Toppers by A Sweet Spot Home
(I used Mom 4 Real’s tutorial and made patriotic cans last year – SO fun and festive to pull out on Patriotic holidays!)
Festive 4th of July Chalkboard Art Ideas
Image and Art Credit: The Golden Sycamore
Image and Art Credit: Jenny Collier
Image and Art Credit: Designs by Shelb
Image and Art Credit: Simply Suzannes
Have a wonderful and festive 4th of July weekend, all! And as always, I appreciate you stopping by. Leave a comment – I’d love to hear from my readers!