Cheryl at Moms and Munchkins put together a lovely 4th of July display on her blog using my free 4th of July printables and my free 4th of July coloring page! It was so fun to see all the great things she did with them to make a festive party. Here’s what she said about setting up the treats table for the 4th of July:
“I used the cupcake toppers both on the cupcakes and as labels on white plastic cups. The water bottle labels would also be great to go around your plastic cups. Your kids can help glue on the water bottle labels, wrap the mini chocolate bars and create red, white and blue candy kabobs. You’ll find plenty of red, white and blue gummy candies at your local bulk store. The treat bag toppers are perfect for creating party favors. Fill a sandwich bag with chocolate covered cherries, blueberries and yogurt covered raisins for a delicious treat bag to give to your guests. Your kids will have a lot of fun helping you decorate cupcakes and tape toothpicks to the back of the cupcake toppers. You can even glue two together, back to back, to create a 2-sided cupcake topper. Have your kids create posters for your party using this free printable coloring page from Printabelle. You can add in glitter for a special added touch. A fun idea would be to laminate the colored pages and use them as placemats at the party.”
I loved all of her ideas, they would certainly make for an excellent 4th of July holiday! Thanks, Cheryl! Check out all of Cheryl’s celebration ideas on her blog: Moms and Munchkins.