4th of July Decoration, Food, and Drink Inspiration

  • July 03, 2014

Summer is in full swing and with tomorrow being the 4th of July, we’ve gathered up some of our favorite blogger DIY holiday ideas, crafts, food, and decorations to help make your day extra festive!

Festive Chalkboard Decor

Festive Chalkboard Decor

photo from The Golden Sycamore

We’re always suckers for chalkboards. Decorate your chalkboard with patriotic phrases such as this “Home of the Brave” version.

DIY Cedar Planks Flag

DIY Cedar Planks Flag

photo from Mason de Pax

If you want a festive decoration that could stick around all year long, Max de Pax blog shows you how to create an American flag using planks for amazing wall decor!

Patriotic Mason Jars

Patriotic Mason Jars

photo from Mason de Pax

Can you guess what she also used to create those star shapes on these mason jars? Decal stickers! If you don’t feel like painting over them like she did to get the star shape, just leave them on! Wallums has star decals too, hint hint.

Fabric Covered Jar Lids

Fabric Covered Jar Lids

photo from Sugar and Charm

Another decorative feature using mason jars, apply fabric and straws to their lids to get the Red, White, and Blue color scheme too!

DIY Push Pop Confetti

DIY Push Pop Confetti

photo from Style Me Pretty Living

A DIY project kids and adults will like using, Push Pop Confetti might be a little messy but it adds that extra “pop” to your decorations!

Fresh Fruit and Sweet Cream Popsicles

Fresh Fruit and Sweet Cream Popsicles

photo from A Night Owl

Mouth watering popsicles? Yes please! These little fruity delights are simple and great for cooling down in the warm July heat.

American Flag Pie

American Flag Pie

photo from The Winthrop Chronicles

Keep the fruit coming! But this time it’ll warm your tummy. See how to make that complicated looking but actually very easy American flag design from The Winthrop Chronicles blog.

usa-hotdogs

Festive Hot Dogs

photo from Hostess With The Mostess

Everyone likes to serve up hot dogs and hamburgers on this day, but not everyone will have adorable boats and trays to go with them. We love these!

Cool Fruity Drinks

Cool Fruity Drinks

photo from Mom.Me
And when you need another way to cool down put red and blue berries, ice, and some champagne or soda in clear glasses an you got yourself a very pretty drink to serve your guests!

Sparkling Red Drink

Sparkling Red Drink

photo from Mom.Me
As sparkly and fizzy as fireworks, so is this drink using cranberry juice, fruit, and Pellegrino!

We hope all of you Wallums fans have a very lovely holiday weekend filled with some festive Red, White, and Blue design inspiration!

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