It’s a good thing my teammates still have young kids because I ADORE dreaming up party ideas for the little ones. And with 4th of July just around the corner, I couldn’t help but go stars and stripes crazy for the kiddos in our lives. Today we are sharing these free 4th of July party printables that you can use as table decor for the holiday.
Our 4th of July party printables include so many fun ideas, like a pinwheel template, patterns to make popcorn cones, and labels for serving chips or other snacks. You’ll also find multi-use sticker sheets, matching straw flag, belly bands, a printable USA flag to color and an adorable hotdog tray.
It was such fun putting this together and I love the idea of creating a table just for the kids. It’s not often that the grown ups get to sit, eat, drink and celebrate without there being a little one in the middle. So why not give them their own special area and dress it up just for them? The adorable red square metal table with stools is from Hayneedle.
Pop on over to World Label to get your free 4th of July party printables, and pick up a pack of full sheets labels for the stickers while you are there!
All of the labels and stickers can be printed onto full sheet label paper and trimmed. The hot dog trays and pinwheels are sturdy when printed onto a white card stock. I use a laser printer so that I can add a pattern on the inside of the trays and back side of the pinwheels. The belly bands and printable paper is easy to work with when printed onto a text weight paper.
The coloring sheet flags are also a great activity to get the kids into a celebration mood. We printed these onto a lighter weight paper, folded them in half and added two hole punches onto the side so that the kids can easily slide a foam ball topped wood skewer through the holes making the flags easy to wave.
While this project is free, we have many more holiday crafts for members! Make sure to check out our printable kids 4th of July bingo game for the little ones to sit and play. And we also have some other cute decorations, like this tissue paper star wreath and tissue paper firecracker treat boxes.
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HAPPY 4TH TO ALL AND BLESS YOU ALL
LOVE & PRAYERS
Happy 4th to you, too, Judy!!
Do you have a tutorial on how to make the cones and where did you get the blue and white striped flat treat bags (the ones that hold the chips)? This design is so soft and fun! Thank you for sharing it!
Hi, we purchased the blue and white striped treat bags at Michaels. We don’t have a photo tutorial on how to make the cones but tune into the Hoda and Kathy Lee segment on the Today show this Friday (7/1) for an on-camera demo:-)
Thank you so much, Lia! I can’t believe you found those bags at Michaels. They truly match perfectly! I always love all your designs and ideas…you are so very generous for sharing so many of them with us for free!
Not yet. It’s just fringed tissue paper around a stick.
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