|It’s getting close to the 4th of July and I’ve seen so many fantastic ideas from blogger’s online. Below I’ve gathered some crafts and recipes that I found and that I think would be great to make for Independence Day.|
These patriotic berries are from the Blossomedge blog, isn’t it cute how they are standing at attention?
Gorgeous red, white and blue cheesecakes are from Hungry Happenings!
Fundamiddle cupcakes are the basis for these showstoppers from the Pint Sized Baker. I love the stars on top!
Yesterday on Tuesday made this adorable packaged sparkler sets!
The Partiologist always has amazing ideas, and these popsicle cups are so easy, I could even make them!
Would you believe these darling bears from Party Pinching are made from Oreos and marshmallows? So fun!
I’ve seen the big fruit pizzas using a sugar cookie base, but Shaken Together had the great idea to use regular size cookies to make these mini patriotic fruit pizzas!
I love the simplicity of these jello cookies from Munchkin Munchies for the 4th. Perfect for any holiday, actually!
The Lady Behind the Curtain came up with these awesome sugar cookie dippers. They are easy to make and so much fun for the kids!
Room to Inspire wrapped strips of scrapbook paper with patriotic patterns around Red Vines for a perfect treat to eat while watching the fireworks!
Layered 4th of July drinks are from the Moore Minutes blog. What an ideal drink for the holiday!
I found this red, white and blue popcorn on Clair’s Creations. My kids definitely want me to make it for the 4th!
I thought this yummy parfait from Delightful and De Lovely would be a perfect breakfast on the Fourth!
Made in a Day recreated some expensive shorts on her own and came up with this rendition. Nice work!
What could be more delightful than a cupcake kabob? Check these out over at the Cupcake Activist.
Puertabella’s oldest son dubbed these layered milkshakes, The United Shakes of America!
I really like how the bandanas are sewn together to make this striking tablecloth from Me and My Insanity.
This Red, White and Blue Cookie Bark from Your Home Based Mom is filled with oreos and pretzels under the white chocolate. Yum!
Home is Where the Boat Is put together these adorable buckets filled with tootsie rolls, lollipops, a fan and lots of other goodies! Be sure to see her whole post for tons of other 4th of July ideas!
Pumper Cake created this gorgeous cake with sponge cake, cream filling and jello stars.
These Firecracker cookies from The Cookin’ Cow Girl are super easy to make with a boxed cake mix. Great for a last minute dessert!
This trifle from Fancy Frugal Life is really quite simple to make. She uses Sara Lee pound cake cut into stars and the end result is stunning!
Burton Avenue did a lovely job making these “Easy Patriotic Blocks! Nice decoration!