Go 4th and Celebrate! 7 Clever Decorating Ideas for Your July 4th Party

Fourth of July IdeasFourth of July IdeasThe Fourth of July is one of my all-time favorite holidays. Any day dedicated to freedom, good food, and fireworks could be nothing but awesome. But sometimes we rely on the same old red, white and blue tablecloths to provide the festivity for this holiday. Why not switch it up a little? Here are 7 clever decorating ideas for your Fourth of July party. Let freedom ring!













Bandana Mason JarsBandana Mason Jars1. Bandana Mason Jars
Fill mason jars for your guests to drink out of with silverware all-American bandanas for napkins. It's a tidy and patriotic way to get everyone what they need.
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Lawn StarsLawn Stars2. Lawn Stars
Create lawn stars with some white flour and a stencil. This would look so great along a path or by the food or drinks.
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Related: 6 patriotic pies that bleed red, white, and blue







Patriotic CansPatriotic Cans3. Patriotic Cans
Use recycled cans and Americana-themed paper to create awesome vessels for your party. Fill cans with fresh-cut flowers and snacks for guests!
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Red, White and Blue StreamersRed, White and Blue Streamers4. Red, White, and Blue Streamers
Sometimes the simplest ideas are the best. I love how gorgeous these red, white, and blue streamers look mixed with the cafe lights.
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Fruit PopsFruit Pops5. Fruit Pops
Food becomes party decor with these adorable fruit pops. Simply layer apples, watermelon, and blueberries on a fun, striped straw.
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Star SparklersStar Sparklers6. Star Sparklers
These beautiful star sparklers would make a great cupcake topper. Once the sun goes down, light them for a beautiful display!
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Related: 9 mouthwatering recipes for your July 4th barbecue






Sparklers and MatchesSparklers and Matches7. Sparklers and Matches
Wrap up matches and sparklers in decorative paper and pretty print-outs. These everyday objects will become eye-catching details.
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- By Rachel Faucett
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