4th of July Celebration Ideas
I love Pinterest. I’ve discovered that I am a digital hoarder of things that I am not good at. These pins inspire me to be better at crafting and get generally more into the spirit of holidays. Yep, my Pinterest boards are me in my fantasy world of Martha Stewart-like perfection.
I picked the recipes that seem manageable and a few are downright easy. I may even attempt for 4th of July next year!
This is a fun and not too difficult 4th of July breakfast from Lacey.
If you need a craft idea, here’s a gorgeous wreath!
I found the perfect chic outfit too if you are going to a fancy party. It’s from Zara, but no longer available. Let it serve as inspiration. Stripes, red accessory and white shoes.
If you need to bring something to a buffet, this fruit kabob platter is easy but makes you look like a rock star.
4th of July Picture Books
And, of course, a few books!
Shocked that her parents are cooking Chinese food to sell in the family store on an all-American holiday, a feisty Chinese American girl tries to tell her mother and father how things really are. But as the parade passes by and fireworks light the sky, she learns a surprising lesson.
Two-time Newbery Honor author Alice Dalgliesh makes history come alive in this accessible story of America’s birthday.
Suitable for toddlers and ages upwards, this beautifully illustrated board book is sure to be a favourite of young children as they begin to learn about our nation’s history.
Click on image of book to view at Amazon.