Posts Categorized: fourth of july

DIY + fourth of july + Party + Projects / Tuesday, 18 Jun 2019

DIY Fourth of July Bunting

Last week, we were taking our Lars team shots outside on the front lawn of our new studio.

While basking in the sun outside our dreamy white house we realized we might have the white house! No, not that one, but the beautiful white detailing really makes it the perfect spot for some excellent Fourth of July decorations! We’ve been in love with the historical feel of our home even before we moved in, and thought it was finally time we put that to use. It’s the ideal place for some classic decorations, and you can’t go wrong with the red, white, and blue! Kassie, our project manager, mentioned her love of bunting and it was decided. Nothing says the Fourth like bunting on the porch! And in paper? Cheap AND easy!

I mean, you could buy them for hundreds of dollars OR you could make them for $5. The choice is yours 🙂

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DIY + fourth of july + Party + Projects / Wednesday, 13 Jun 2018

Paper Firework Cake Topper

Paper Firework Cake Topper

Can we all agree that the best part about the Fourth of July is fireworks? I am always mesmerized by amazing firework shows–the colors, the lights, the sparkle! I could do without the loud noise but there are pros and cons to everything. However, this Paper Firework Cake Topper gives you an amazing display without the noise! Perfect for your Fourth of July Celebrations, the colorful fireworks are a stunning scene when arranged atop an all-black cake to resemble the night sky. Dramatic and playful! All you’ll need is colored paper and some skewers. We’ve provided templates you can use on your die cut machine or you can hand cut them too. What are you doing for the holiday? We want to know your plans!

Paper Firework Cake Topper

Download the paper firework templates!

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fourth of july + Party + Projects / Tuesday, 28 Jun 2016

Origami stars and stripes cake topper

Origami stars and stripes cake topper

Three cheers for the red, white, and blue and what better way to celebrate the fourth of July than with some cake. Frosting please! We created this cute origami stars and stripes cake topper with easy to find materials so you don’t have to spend time searching for unique materials. Paper only! And the origami stripes would be perfect to hand over to your kids for a fun challenge. See the full tutorial below!  Read on →

DIY + Food + fourth of july + holiday + Party + summer / Thursday, 3 Jul 2014

4th of July celebrations

Leave it to me to work last minute up to the holiday. You’re probably gone for the weekend and not even checking in on blogs. Awesome. We just had so much fun making projects that we couldn’t help ourselves! Last week we had a pre 4th of July picnic and had a blast. We brought tunes, some food, and drinks and enjoyed ourselves at the local park. I’ve already shown you a few of our projects but here are some other details that might help in your last minute preparations. (BTW: check out our video!)
No American celebration is complete without some lemonade and this is one of my favorite brands. We got ours from the local shop, Pop ‘n Sweets, but find out where you can get some near you here.
ME made a delicious pop rock cake and topped it off when sparklers. Guys, I am SO on sugar these days. I mean, how could I not?! And we carried the cake with our new handy dandy cake box from Pie Box which even comes with a nifty leather handle, perfect for bike riding! It even fits in cupcakes. It’s perfect.

Berry lemonade popsicles from Ramblin Rose Cafe here
Lady Liberty Floral Crown
Swag flag necklace tutorial here
picnic basket and picnic blanket from Poppytalk‘s new summer Target line
Cake Box from here
American flag banner tutorial 

photography by Laura Sumrak 

Happy 4th of July! We’ll see you next week!

Food + fourth of july + summer / Thursday, 3 Jul 2014

Berry lemonade popsicles

At our 4th of July picnic Kandyce make the most delicious berry lemonade popsicles. They’re so easy to make and add the perfect amount of red,white, and blue to your festivities.

Click below for full recipe!

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