Planning a of July celebration? Susan shows how to decorate your table and screen porch in a most fun and patriotic way. It is sure to give you delightful of July party ideas along with being inspired by her patriotic decorations too.
Flag Hunt for a large group of kids. Tag each flag with a number and a letter. kids can work alone or in groups. as they find the flags, they leave them there and just copy the letter onto the coordinating blank on their paper.
Easy Sand Candles- Pay tribute to the Stars and Stripes (emphasis on the stripes). Red, white, and blue bands of sand dress up votive candles to make flickering lights that are cheerful and fun. via Martha Stewart Living
Patriotic Upcycled Can Flower Pots from Club Chica Circle. They are perfectly rustic and patriotic looking and a great craft project for the kids to help with. Filled with flowers, these flower pots arranged into a flag are so pretty and festive!
of July Water Bottles One incredibly simple way to add a little of July spirit? Wrap small flags around water bottles. Cheap plastic or fabric flags work best -- paper flags would wither as the water condenses.