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  • elaine angel

    Maybe use paper towel rolls n ribbon

  • Darcy's Mom

    4th of July party favors - They are wrapped up life savers with ribbon tied around.

  • Clara Woodard

    Lifesavers Firecrackers for the kids on the 4th of July!!

  • Kathy Petitgout

    lifesaver firecrackers, cute guest gift

  • Little Lisa

    4th of July craft

  • Lee Waterhouse

    Cool party idea - life savers wrapped in patriotic papers printed from the computer , add some ribbon before wrapping to make them look like fire crackers

  • Laura Luter

    July 4th goody box -- can use small like lifesavers cover, TP/papertowel roll filled with candy or Pringles can filled with cookies. . .

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AndersRuff's Fourth of July Printable Collection will put all lil patriots in a festive mood leading up to the evening firework display.

July 4th Lifesaver Firecrackers

Life Saver Firecrackers. The white minty ones are perfect for the 4th because they spark when you chew them!

Favors for the Fourth -- Start with mailing tubes that have plastic lids. Cut red, white, and blue paper and ribbon to size; apply them to tubes using Perfect Glue 1. Trim each tube with a star cutout. Poke a slit in the lids and insert paper "fuses" into each hole. Fill with candy or pop-its.

Niching your practice on working with veterans? How about hosting a an open house with a patriotic theme and party favors like this?

Flag Favors – A goody bag of candies arranged to resemble the American flag. Start by partially filling a 2-by-10-inch cellophane bag with blue candies to stand in for stars. Then add red and white candy sticks to mimic stripes. Tie the bag with red waxed twine, and don't be surprised if you catch yourself humming "Stars and Stripes Forever."

Don't know where to find those fireworks things but love the simplicity of sand in mason jars for the centerpiece.