With the Fourth of July right around the corner, I am sure many Americans have Holiday plans on their minds. We usually spend the Holiday weekend with family and friends and at some point those plans always involve a big, back yard BBQ.
One of the easier ways to add some fun color to the festivities is too add some simple Soda Bottle Labels to the drinks you will be serving. We really try hard to not let the kids drink a lot of sugary sodas, but on the holidays we have been known to let them have it as a treat.
The sodas I decided on this year are IBC Rootbeer (diet and regular). Truth be told, there are a couple of reasons I chose these bottled drinks. First and foremost is that the bottle lids were RED and BLUE! (A sad but true glimpse into a blogger’s life) Second, my kids LOVE Root Beer.
Simply print and cut out the labels, which are available in red or a blue design. Then glue the one end of the label onto the other end as it is wrapped around the middle of the bottle. These labels were made to fit the IBC Root Beer Bottles perfectly. If you use another Soda Bottle be sure to measure the bottles before cutting out the labels so you can cut and adjust them to the size you may need.
And because I am an over-achiever…which by this point I am sure has been understood by you…I decided to whip up this simple Soda Bottle Box. I just used some scrap wood and threw it together and will be sharing the tutorial here soon.
I did line the Soda Box with some plastic so that you can actually place the soda in the box along with some ice to keep them icy cold for your BBQ guests to enjoy as the 4th of July usually comes with some hot and sunny weather.
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How do you celebrate the Fourth of July? Do you have a BBQ with friends and family? Go to a fireworks show or have your own firework show? However you celebrate, I hope you have an enjoyable and safe Holiday!
Need some more Fourth of July ideas? Check out the past Idea Room Fourth of July posts:
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