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patriotic pinwheels--I made these a few years ago. They turned out really cute and it was really easy. Printable is on marthastewart.com.

Buy the crepe paper and flags and let the kids decorate their bicycles for their own Independence Day Parade!! (don't forget to make ribbons for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place! - or maybe they can tie for first!)

I love the look of vintage postcards. I like to collect them and scatter them around the house as decorations for different holidays.

Uncle Sam with Firecrackers - vintage post card

Fireworks Fan-These festive, easy-to-make fans are ideal for last-minute Fourth of July entertaining. You can cluster a group of them in a bowl to create a celebratory centerpiece or place one on each place setting as a colorful and cooling party favor.

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Use cheap tissue paper fans from the party store/dollar store to hang from gutters?