Tuesday, June 5, 2012

4th of July Wreath



After seeing Landee's awesome wreath last year I just knew that I had to have one for myself! Check Landee's out at her blog Landee See, Landee Do. It was super simple to make and has endless possibilities! My sister and I both made one with the same supplies and used our own personal style and they both came out entirely different. We used styrofoam wreaths and small pins to hold the ribbon on so nothing is permanent, if you get sick of it you can remove everything and change it up! I'm thinkin I may have to make a similar one for Halloween. Luv it!

I can't wait to get out my firework jars that I made last year too!




Now it's time for some inspiration!!

Of course I had to show of Landee's wreath!


Don't these look yummy! Check them out at Tidy Mom



You have to check out The Hostess With The Mostess. Tons of great party idea's

I found these at An Altered State of Mind, these would be cute party favors.

Uh, yum. Theses are from the Noble Pig

I'm kinda thinkin I might be hungry right now because I'm posting all food pictures.
It's just that everything looks so yummy!
Check these strawberries out at Cupcakes Kisses 'n' Crumbs

 My sister made these strawberries last year and they were really good!
Visit Grin and Bake It for the instructions

Living Locurto, My kids would love these

I made these last year and they were a big hit! My advise to you is start looking for
blue jello before the 4th of July. I ended up going to 6 different stores last year on 
a blue jello hunt. Check out Brown Eyed Baker for the recipe.

4th of July chalk at From Glitter to Gum Drops

This cute popcorn pail is from Bloom Design, don't forget to vote for her at Circle of Mom's
she has a link where you can vote at the top of the blog post.

This list could just go on and on, there are so many creative idea's out there. I hope 
you enjoy these few.

Happy 4th of July everyone!!

6 comments:

  1. I love wreaths! This one is super cute and looks easy enough that I might not screw it up! :)

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  2. So many ideas and so little time. I love all of these ideas and will keep them in mind if I ever need a creative idea. My little ones would love the star chalk to play with. Your sisters strawberries look scrumptious!

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  3. Awesome blog so happy I found it it is darling!! Thank you for sharing :)

    Ash @ ABpetite.blogspot.com/
    xox

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  4. Do you have any instructions on how to do any of these projects?

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