Red, White and Blue Food & Crafts
It’s that time year to break out all your Red, White and Blue Food & Crafts for the Fourth of July, Independence Day or fireworks day as my kids like to call it.
Celebrate America’s birthday in style this year. It’s time for red, white and blue overload! Here are a few food and crafts that are super festive. If you’re planning on having a Fourth of July party or heading to one, bring a dish to show off your American spirit. I jump at any chance I get to make something colorful and cheerful. Here are my favorite red, white and blue food and crafts this year for bringing in the Fourth of July.
Here’s something the kids can help decorate, loving this Red, White & Blue Fruit Pizza.
So happy tie-dye is trendy again! This super cute Tie-Dye Tablecloth can be used as a picnic blanket or a photo backdrop too.
This Red, White and Blue Cupcake-in-a-jar looks so light and refreshing. Great way to get the kids to eat fruit!
This Trail Mix is festive and requires no cooking! Great snack to eat while watching the fireworks.
How beautiful is this Berry Layered Cake! Again, no baking required. This is sure to impress your guests.
These Patriotic Paper Flowers are perfect to use as a centerpiece or party favor. Too cute!
If this doesn’t say Happy Birthday America than I don’t know what does! These 4th of July Ice Cream Cones are my red, white and blue favorites this year.
These American Flag Mason Jars are adorable! You can use them as a vase or utensil holder for your Fourth of July party. Or better yet, a hostess gift!
This Flag Dessert Tray is another quick and easy, no bake option for the 4th of July.
The kids will love these Red, White & Blue Popsicles, for adults, add alcohol 🙂
Yum! These Stuffed Strawberry’s scream summer! Again, no bake, score.
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What are your plans for the Fourth of July this year???