Who’s excited for 4th of July Weekend?! If you’re looking for a simple DIY decoration, we have just the thing for you. This glittery banner is super easy to create and you can customize it to say anything you’d like! Supplies: glittery gold scrapbook paper, a printer, a pencil, scissors, string, and hot glue. Directions: 1. Choose a font and a phrase and print it out on cardstock. 2. Cut the letters out and use them as stencils. Trace the letters backwards on the back of the glitter paper. 3. Cut out the letters from the gold paper. 4. Use hot glue to attach the letters to one long string or three pieces of string. 5. Hang and enjoy! While you’re enjoying your new banner,
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This post contains affiliate links. If purchased, I will receive a commission. 4th of July Weekend is almost here! To celebrate the red white and blue, we made some tasty treats. These Rice Krispie Treat pops are dipped in melted chocolate and decorated with patriotic colors! Here’s how to make your own: Supplies: Rice Krispie Treats (you can buy these from the store, but homemade are SO much tastier!), candy melts in white, blue, and red, wax paper, a cookie sheet, Ziploc sandwich bags, and striped paper straws. The supplies above contain affiliate links. If purchased, I will receive a commission. Directions: 1. Melt candy melts in the microwave (each color in its own bowl) according to directions on package. 2. Line a cookie sheet
Fourth of July Weekend is here! To celebrate, we collected 18 delicious red white and blue desserts from across the web. Don’t they all look amazing?! Click on the links below to see each recipe. We hope everyone has a fun, safe, and happy weekend! 1. Donuts | 2. Rice Krispie Treats | 3. Cookie Cake 4. Pretzels | 5. Brownie Kebabs | 6. Trifle 7. Margarita Floats | 8. Oreo Pops | 9. Ice Cream Cones 10. Yogurt Berry Popsicles | 11. Crinkle Cookies | 12. Pie 13. Ombre Cake | 14. Fireworks Cookies | 15. Fruit Tart Pies 16. Popcorn | 17. Marbled Cupcakes | 18. Strawberries
Our trusty seasonal wreath is back at it, just in time for the 4th of July! This time we added felt buntings to give it some extra flare. We love this front door decor because with just a few changes, we get an entirely new look. Read on to find out how to make your very own. Supplies: interchangeable wreath, white felt flowers, red and white baker’s twine, mini clothespins, red felt, blue felt, scissors, and red ribbon. Directions: 1. Start by making our original wreath and 10-15 white felt flowers. You can find instructions on how to make both the base wreath and felt flowers here. 2. Arrange the white felt flowers across the bottom of the wreath. 3. Cut two lengths of baker’s
1. Noisemaker | 2. American Flag Shorts 3. Star Garland | 4. Paper Flowers 5. Braided Headband | 6. Painted Tree Slice Here are 6 fun DIY ideas for the whole family to try this 4th of July! Have any fun plans this weekend? There’s a tropical storm headed our way! We’re hoping it doesn’t keep us inside all weekend! We hope everyone has a safe and happy Independence Day!
Independence Day is this Friday! If you’re having a get-together or you’d just like a little patriotic decor, this paper garland adds the perfect touch of red, white, and blue! Materials: 1. Scrapbook paper. We used red, burgundy, navy blue, royal blue, and a glimmery silver. 2. Stars to trace. We printed a few stars on a piece of paper, cut them out with an X-acto knife, and used both the cut-out stars and the remaining paper as stencils. 3. X-acto knife. You can also trace the stars with a pencil onto the scrapbook paper and then cut them out with scissors. 4. A sewing machine and all-purpose white thread. Directions: 1. Use a star stencil to trace and cut out stars from the different
Labor Day Weekend is here! To celebrate, we made our trusty interchangeable wreath proudly display the red white and blue. Can you believe we made this wreath 3 years ago and it’s still going strong? We LOVE it and highly recommend making your own! We hope to have a fun-filled weekend celebrating the end of Summer. What are your plans this weekend? Click here to learn how to make your own interchangeable wreath! Happy Labor Day Weekend!
This post contains affiliate links. If purchased, I will receive a commission. Happy Thursday, party people! We are one day away from a 3-day weekend and we couldn’t be more excited. Today we’re sharing the easiest Popsicle recipe (can we even call it a recipe?) in the world. These Popsicles require just one ingredient (two, if you’d like them boozy!) and are super delicious and refreshing. Supplies: Simply Lemonade, a Popsicle mold, and Popsicle sticks. The supplies above may contain affiliate links. If purchased, I will receive a commission. That’s it! Just shake up the bottle of Simply Lemonade and pour it into the Popsicle mold. For an adult version, add about 2 oz of your favorite liquor to 3 cups of lemonade. Jazz them