Fourth of July Printable Popsicle Tags

The Fourth of July is tomorrow and we couldn’t be more excited.  The Fourth is one of our family’s favorite holidays! We love to get together with family and friends and celebrate and it usually involves a BBQ and some fireworks (either our own or a local firework show).  The weather is usually hot so it is nice to be able to cool off from all the fun festivities with something sweet and icy cool.

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This year I will be bringing these super simple and easy Fourth of July Rocket Pops to share with the family.  I created a simple popsicle tag to go on the popsicle sticks to add some extra flair.  I simply printed them out and then cut them out with a paper punch.  Then tape or tie them onto the popsicle sticks.

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I am sharing the free Fourth of July Printables for these popsicles with you so that you can hurry and make some for your Fourth of July Party too.


To download a copy of the Fourth of July Printables click on the link below and then select Previous Downloads:

{Fourth of July Printables}

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Fourth of July Popsicles

Hope you have a great Holiday Celebration!


Fourth of July Printables

I am joining with a group of bloggers over the next several months to bring you a monthly printable.  I did this last year with a group of friends and really enjoyed it and we thought it would be fun to get it up and running again.  We hope you will love it too.  It is nice to be able to find something fun that you can simply print out and use in your home for simple decor, party ideas, crafts and etc.

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This month, since the Fourth of July is upon us, we thought it would be fun if we each shared a Fourth of July Printable.  We usually get together with family and friends on the Fourth of July and celebrate with a fun picnic or BBQ.  So I thought it would be fun to add some simple drink labels to the party decor.  It is a great way to add a simple decorative touch to your table.

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My kids love to drink out of Mason Jars so I just made some labels to fit the top of the standard Mason Jar lid.  Simply download the labels and print them out.  Then use your Mason Lid to determine how large you want to cut around the labels.  Cut and then place them on top of the metal lid.  I punched a hole in the tops of the lids so that the straws could fit through them as I shared with you here:

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To download the printable, simply click on the link below:

Fourth of July Drink Labels

Now that you have seen what I have shared for this month, be sure to head over to these other sites and check out their free Fourth of July Printables!  How do you usually celebrate the Fourth of July?

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1. Eighteen25: Have a blast this 4th of July with these fun tags that make great party favors!
2. The Crafting Chicks: Print, cut and hang this festive USA Banner.
3. Kiki & Company: Eight printable cupcake wraps that make any dessert patriotic!
4. Paging Supermom: Patriotic Parade Fan to create your own cooling summer breezes.
5. The Idea Room: Patriotic mason jar drink labels.
6. Thirty Handmade Days: Fun “Sweet Land of Liberty” tag featuring Patriotic Popcorn Balls.
7. Simple As That: Free printable Red, White and Blue Wall Art.
8. Whipperberry: Can’t have a summer party without water, and here’s a free printable tag.

Red, White & Blue Fourth of July Printable

Today I am so excited to be working on an HUGE…and I mean HUGE blogger collaboration with over 100 other bloggers.  We are joining together to bring you over 100 free Red, White and Blue Patriotic (Fourth of July) printables and projects.

red, white and blue badgeI thought it would be nice to be able to display part of the Pledge of Allegiance in my home to help us Celebrate the Fourth of July, our American Independence Day.  For some reason, these pictures turned out to be not as vibrant as the printable is in real life.  The entry area in my home is in a dark north facing area so getting a good picture in here is hard ;).


But anyways, I digress…You can use this printable to display in your home to add to your Fourth of July Decor, or use it to help add some festiveness to you Fourth of July Party/BBQ.


I made this printable so that it prints out for an 8×10 photo frame.  If you want it to be a smaller size than just change the percentage that you print it at.  To download the printable, simply click on the link below:

Fourth of July Printable Pledge of Allegiance

I hope you are able to use this in your home!  Be sure to check out all the other amazing bloggers and their fun Red, White and Blue Printables.  You can access them easily below!


Follow The Cards We Drew’s board Three Cheers for the Red White and Blue ULTIMATE Round Up of Patriotic Ideas from Top Bloggers! on Pinterest.


Patriotic Hot Dog Trays

I just recently shared these Patriotic Hot Dog Trays as a guest post over at Lil Luna and wanted to share them here with you in case you missed them.

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These hot dog trays are so easy to make and they make it easy for the kids (both big and small) to eat their hot dogs while containing some of the messy drips.

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The hot dog trays are simply made out of some colored scrapbook paper.  The paper is a little heavier weight so that the trays have some stiffness to them.  Thinner paper will make it so they are not as sturdy, which may lead to dropped hot dogs and tears.


To download a copy of the Father’s Day Printables click on the link below and then select Previous Downloads:

{Patriotic Hot Dog Trays Pattern}

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To use the pattern, simply print and cut out the pattern.  Trace around the pattern on your scrapbook paper and then cut out and fold where the dotted lines are.  Then simply place some glue on the 4 tabs and glue the tray together.  I glued the end tabs to the outside, but either way will work.

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And…you can make these for any activity or party where you will be serving hot dogs.   You could even use them to serve nachos or sub sandwiches.  The possibilities really are endless.

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I will be sharing some more 4th of July printables with you for some of the other items you see pictured here…because really…who doesn’t love free printables?  So be sure to come back!

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Need some more Fourth of July ideas? Check out the past Idea Room Fourth of July posts:

Fourth of July Gift and Kiss Stickers

Fourth of July Sparkler Printables

Fourth of July Soda Bottle Labels

Fourth of July Popcorn/Goodies Box Template


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