4th of July is next week!! Say what? I can’t believe it. Our family usually travels to Oregon for the 4th but this year we will be sticking around to celebrate. I created a printable that could be used several ways but here are three that I came up with:
I made the circle to fit perfectly with my Craft Punch Circle that I use all the time.
And see that hanging circle? That could be used in the middle of a centerpiece, hung from a mantel on a table, etc. I used simple twine to hang it here.
You could add any kind of treat to a cellophane or decorative bag and attach using a stapler. I made the licorice one by cutting a slit instead of a hole punch. Instead of licorice you could add sparklers or utensils. I used the hole punch for the straw and pushed it through. Pretty much anything goes. I just hope you enjoy!
Download the large 4th of July circle or 6 smaller 4th of July tags.
For personal use only. Thanks!
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I linked this post up to some of these parties!
Mary Leigh says
Love this printable. I’ve featured it in my favorite Independence Day crafts here: http://thriftfortoday.blogspot.com/2013/07/god-bless-usa-some-patriotic-inspiration.html
I featured your beautiful printable tonight!! You can see it here! http://www.settingforfour.com/2013/07/20-patriotic-ideas-for-fourth-of-july.html
I´ll be featuring it tomorrow… Have a great week my friend!
Thanks cute friend!! I appreciate it. I’ll have another fun 4th of July printable tomorrow— this time for kids. ;) xoxo
What a fun printable, thank you!
Thanks so much Amanda!
Mandy @ Sugar Bee Crafts says
Thanks for linking up to Take-A-Look Tuesday over at Sugar Bee Crafts – you were featured today!!
nest of posies says
What a fun way to spruce up the 4th! I don’t usually go above and beyond on the decorating, but these look easy and fun. Thanks.
Because we’re usually out of town for the 4th I’ve never really decorated either. I’m looking forward to it this year. Thanks Lisa!
Thanks so much Amy!