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    Keep the lights on after the sun goes down on your 4th of July cookout with these tin can luminaries. Paint a clean, empty tin can red, white, and blue. Carefully punch a fireworks design through the can. Toss a tea candle in the bottom, and you're ready to go!

    Add some patriotic flair to your 4th of July cookout with these tin can windsocks. Just take an empty tin can, and cut the bottom off. Paint it blue and add white stars around it. Then tape some red and white streams inside, and add a string handle. Now your ready to party Independence Day style!

    Try this "patriotic punch" at your 4th of July Cookout. Just layer cranberry juice, blue sports drink, and lemon-lime soda. Add some ice, and you've got an All-American drink!

    Here's an easy way to put some Independence Day flare on your 4th of July dessert. Just dip the tops of some ice cream cones into white chocolate, and then roll them in red, white, and blue sprinkles. Makes a perfect end to your 4th of July cookout!

    Save up your pickle jars to make great containers for your bathroom items. Just wash out an empty jar, spraypaint the cap whatever color you'd like, and glue a handle on the top. Great for holding cotton balls, bobby pins, and Q-tips!

    Instead of throwing your cereal boxes away, keep them around to make gift bags! Just use a hole punch, and a few pieces of ribbon to make the handle. Now paint it, and decorate it however you like!

    Are your pets a little too curious about what's going on in your garden? Try placing some plastic forks in the ground around your plants. It will deter your "curious cat" from munching on your greenery!

    If your plants need a boost of calcium, here's a cheap way to make sure they get it. Just save your eggshells and grind them up in a blender. Sprinkle in your garden when you feel like your plants need a dose of nutrition!

    When was the last time you had omelets in the wild? Just put two or three eggs into a sealable plastic bag. Add cheese, meats, and any vegetables you desire. Put the baggie in boiling water for about ten minutes, and you've got a great tasting breakfast to fuel up for your daily hike!

    Make a large sleeve of aluminum foil and put the fries in. Add some canned chili, and top the whole thing off with some shredded cheese. Seal the aluminum foil tightly and place it on top of your campfire for about ten minutes, checking once or twice during cooking. Once the fries are done and the cheese is melted, you'll have a hearty order of chili cheese fries to go with the rest of your camping fare!