Celebration Of Fourth Of July
There’s something extra special about festivities and celebration that happens around the Fourth of July. This season we’re dreaming of an outdoor get-together that is simple to pull together at the last minute.
Stars and stripes? Obviously. Red, white, and blue palette? No doubt. Easy, stress-free, and kid-friendly? Party ideas are everywhere.
Checkout some of them…
There are so many offers on the free market but it is more fun to make it by yourself together with your kids.You can go to the nearest craft store and grab whatever you think will make the idea alive.
Oh,they are so easy to be made.Take rope,red,blue and white color, buy some stars and just dye them.It’s just simple as that!
Step 1: Buy red and blue craft paper,glue and a pair of scissors( if you don’t have any)
Step 2: If you want to refresh the color of your fence and the color to be neutral,then you should use white color to make a contrast on any present and future theme decorations to be
Step 3:Cut the red and blue paper on stripes by dimensions that you will choose,based on your decor needs
Step 4:Make blue and red circles which you will glue and attach as presented in the photo
Step 5:When you make the length that will suit your fence,attach them gently
Setting the outdoor dinner table
Always choose simple table settings,remember:less is more
If you want to have a flower setting representing the holiday theme, you can use the photo idea:red tulips,some white flowers,blue ribbon,silver pot,blue or red napkins and your good will to put it together!
Setting of the plates
It is so easy to make this.Buy blue napkins,red and white plates,small volume rope for decoration,jute base for the plates,red ribbon with white dots (or whatever you find in craft store to make the table setting contrast) and see the result!Like it?
Sweet treats …yum!
You can try to make them yourself…but if you do not have the time you can always order them in your closest bakery.
Now that you are well prepared, you can carry on with festivities all along…