July 4th is only a few days away and I'm getting my table decorations ready with some fun projects. Today I wanted to share a little red, white, and blue inspiration with you!
I used my silhouette cameo to cut out Lori Whitlock's adorable popcorn boxes. The stripes were perfect for July 4th so I added a few of her 3D spiral stars to really make them festive. (Cutting file links below.)
To add to the "red, white, and blue" theme I decided to also add some fun firework place cards to my table. These are easy and super fun to make! I just cut some white card stock to 4×6, folded them in half, and added Lori's adorable Fireworks (link below). I can’t wait to finish my guest list and make some more!
To see my post and to find other great files for your future projects head over to Lori Whitlock's site today!
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Very cute and festive. I have a grown son born on the 4th of July so we usually celebrate his birthday with a cookout and swimming in our pool. This year he is working so we will celebrate on the 5th instead.ReplyDelete
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Very cute! Our plans are to eat some kind of BBQ on the Big Green Egg and then walk over to the nearby baseball stadium to enjoy the free festivities and watch fireworks.ReplyDelete
Awesome project. You are very generous with this giveaway. Thanks for the change to win!ReplyDelete
My son's birthday is on July 3rd, and we will be celebrating it on the fourth since everyone will be off work that day. Looking forward to a BBQ, croquet game, and fireworks! Thanks for the giveaway.ReplyDelete
well....I am looking forward to the day so that I can spend it with the family. I am going to play, run and just be with my kids. Maybe a BBQ for dinner and some ice cream afterwards. I may head across the river (I live in Canada)....still undecided on that.ReplyDelete
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Adorable. So colorful and festive. Thanks for the giveaway.ReplyDelete
How cute are these??!! We are in a parade and they would be adorable to decorate the car with the stars and hand them out to the children along the parade route! (We are a senior line dance team and are in two parades this year!)ReplyDelete
I just love your party décor. It's super fun and festive. I'll be sipping on some Texas sweet tea & eating some yummy barbecue on the 4th. :)ReplyDelete
we hang out and have friends over for a BBQ and then do fireworks with the kids in the street. plenty of neighbors shoot off the big fireworks so we get to enjoy that right from the comfort of our home :-) love your projects!!ReplyDelete
Super cute. My husband's birthday is July 4th so we celebrate him. His favorite thing is homemade ice cream and our maker broke last year so that is his present this year...ReplyDelete
I plan on crafting with my neighbor and make 4th of July Luminary lights, scrapbook, see fireworks of course, eat hotdogs @ James Coney Island: our family tradition on Independence Day, and take our 3 1/2 year old daughter to the "Cool Night" at the Zoo event on the 5th to have fun with 4th of July activities and cool off. : ) Oh, and maybe take a dip in our neighboorhood pool which always has a fun Independence Day event too.ReplyDelete
I am pretty pregnant this 4th, so planning on staying home and keeping things low-key. :) I do have 3 crafts, and some fun snacks planned for the kids, as well as setting up some stations in the backyard for some easy games. We will have fun! Thanks for the chance to win! :)ReplyDelete
These are so cute! I love seeing what everyone creates with her awesome shapes.ReplyDelete
We are doing the usual...parade, bbq and then fireworks. PERFECT!!
My mom will be coming for a visit so I will be enjoying my visit with her.ReplyDelete
July 4th this year will be spent with family so I have made some table decorations using rosettes that I mounted on wooden skewers and made a few little goody bags for the kids! Red, white and blue jelly beans anyone?!ReplyDelete
We aren't really doing much on July 4th because we're celebrating on the weekend instead but I have been making a lot of patriotic cards for Operation Write Home for the past month. Not July 4th cards specifically, but done in red white and blue! Happy 4th of July to everyone!ReplyDelete
Love your projects...festive and fun! We are celebrating at the beach this year...yummy seafood and fireworks on the beach and bay are included in our plans for the day.ReplyDelete
I am Canadian so we ad our big party last weekend!! Would love the chance to win. Newest follower on fbReplyDelete