A Pinterest 4th of July!

We love Pinterest! It's a perfect place to save recipes, find great ideas and just enjoy searching through all of the 'pinspiration.' We thought we would share some of our favorite things for celebrating Independence Day that we found on Pinterest! Here are 20 things to make this 4th of July:

Food:

Fiesta Stuffed Peppers

Berry Patriotic Cookies

Crock Pot Spare Ribs

Red, White and Blue Marshmallows

Watermelon Sparklers

Patriotic Breakfast

Red, White and Blue Tart

Patriotic Popcorn

Berry Patriotic Trifle

Hot Dog Skewers

 

Fun:

Patriotic Stenciled Napkins

Fourth of July Hat

Red, White and Blue Rag Wreath

Tin Can Luminaries

Fourth of July Water Bottles

Patriotic Mason Jars

Patriotic Clothespin Wreath

Kids Wreath

Make-your-own Sparklers

Star Topiaries

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