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11 4th of July Party Hacks

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Image Source: Babble

A typical independence day is full of fun in the sun, barbecuing, friends, family, and lots of laughter. And don’t forget about the red, white, and blue decor and star-shaped foods! Here is a list of our favorite 4th of July snack hacks and easy DIYs.

1. Star Pita Bread

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Image Source: Babble

Simply grab the kitchen scissors and cut pita bread into festive stars. (via Babble)

2. Patriotic Flowers

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Image Source: Today’s Creative Life

All you need is some dye for this easy party hack. (via Today’s Creative Life)

3. Red Velvet Pancakes

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Image Source: Bellalimento

Serve up a short stack of red velvet pancakes for brunch before your 4th of July parade! (via Babble)

4. Clothespin Patriotic Wreath

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Image Source: Home Crafts by Ali

Add some red, white, and blue to your door with this simple craft! It’s fun to make and a great welcome to your guests. (via Home Crafts by Ali)

5. Chicken and Stars Soup

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Image Source: Brooke Mclay

Prepare this soup the night before for a stress-free celebration. (via Babble)

6. Flag-Inspired Mason Jars

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Image Source: Afloral

Grab the kids, some paint, and mason jars! Use these for flower centerpieces or to hold silverware at your party. (via Afloral)

7. Star Pie-in-a-Jar

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The pie always goes too fast! Give everyone their own so they’ll stop bickering over who gets the last slice. (via Babble)

 8. Patriotic Parfaits

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Image Source: Brooke Mclay

Two words sum up this 4th of July treat: classic and refreshing. (via Babble)

9. Mason Jar Candles

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Create a festive atmosphere with this mason jar candle. (via Made From Pinterest)

10. Fruit Magic Wands

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Image Source: Sheri Silver

This sweet (and healthy) treat is perfect for snacking on while watching the fireworks. (via Babble)

11. Fizzy Ice Pop Drink

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Image Source: Giggles Galore

Place a red, white, and blue ice pop into a lemon-lime soda for a festive fizzy drink. (via Giggles Galore)

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