Let me start by saying a big hello and welcome to our new readers who found us on Kathie Lee & Hoda, we are so glad to have you here! My segment on how to add a DIY touch to your 4th of July celebrations aired on the Today Show with Kathie Lee & Hoda and I could not be more excited! And of course, endless appreciation to those who have joined me at any time during this wonderful journey. Here is my attempt at a little recap post that includes all of the 4th of July decor featured in my TV segment. Everything in bold is available for members to download below!
All 4th of July celebrations have a basic red, white, and blue color scheme, which can be a bit limiting. For my 4th of July decor, I wanted to go with a rustic Americana theme, but add a galvanized metallic twist. I started by building copper accents into my navy table setting. I love navy and copper combinations! The copper Moscow Mule mugs with navy striped straws and festive flags attached to the straws (which you can download in the PDF below!) was a great starting point for my table setting. From there I tried to balance the navy with metallic accents, such as the navy napkins with gold paper stars placed on top. Download the PDF template below to make these 3D gold stars if you are cutting by hand, or use the SVG version if you have a cutting machine. Once you have cut the template, use the tutorial from this post to glue your stars together. If you are serving wine or other bottled beverages, our navy and gold 4th of July bottle labels (which match our straw flags!) are also a beautiful accent to the navy and metallic color scheme. To use these, simply print them onto full sheet label paper and trim each label to size. Next, top off each place setting with a firecracker treat box, complete with the celebrate labels. Follow our easy tutorial to make the treat boxes here! To add a festive touch to the table, we hung navy blue tissue tassels around the entire rim of the table. We then finished our 4th of July table setting with a blooming centerpiece of crepe paper magnolias with copper leaves and large navy and gold 3D stars. We used our new extra fine crepe paper to make our magnolias, so stay tuned for a tutorial on the centerpiece when the crepe is available soon!pinwheel paper stars and they are so easy to put together. Print the labels onto full sheet label paper, or print them onto 8.5 x 11 card stock and attach them to dowels. It’s up to you! The download below also includes a printable Happy Fourth banner that you can print onto card stock and hang anywhere around your party. We decked out our food table with our classic hot dog bar spread, plus DIY snack bags full of potato chips, and paper cones with yummy popcorn. The paper cones are a great way to make individual servings of popcorn for all of your guests! Print the patterned papers below to form your cones. If you want to add a lemonade drink dispenser to your celebration, we even have labels specifically for that. Fourth of July section for more project ideas and add in whatever pieces you want for your celebration! My personal favorite is our patriotic bicycle (also featured on Kathie Lee & Hoda) with an explosion of 4th of July decor. It is quite the show stopper! If you are feeling inspired by our 4th of July decor, take a look at our membership options to start downloading these projects, and other holidays and special occasions. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter to stay updated on the projects we post daily, and always feel free to write in with project suggestions. I love seeing the fabulous creations that you come up with, so be sure to share your project photos with me by tagging your Instagram pictures with #MadeWithLia or emailing them in to email@example.com. Lots of love and Happy Fourth of July! ~ Lia
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I just received the crepe which i ordered It is beautiful paper. I am so disappointed that i cannot use any of the crepe papers with the patterns in my cricut cutter. I didn’t realize this when I bought the paper.
I have made over 200 flowers, most of them from your patterns for my daughters wedding. I am very pleased with how they turned out. If it doesn’t rain on this outdoor wedding, it should be spectacular.
Hi Jenifer, I’m so glad you like our paper but sorry to hear about your disappointment! I sure wish the Cricut could cut crepe paper but it’s just too delicate for this machine. We would LOVE to see photos of your daughter’s wedding, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org!
I was just on your website (or maybe it was Avery). Anyway, I found these wonderful kitchen pantry labels that I could design and print on label paper. I actually did a practice sheet on regular paper. They are so pretty. Basically, rectangular but with sculptured corners and a floral design above and below the lettering on the label. I can’t find them now! Could you help me? It was a set of three different ways to use the labels. Script/Block, Block/Script and then Block.
I hope you can help,
Hi Ruby! Is this the design you’re referring to? https://liagriffith.com/new-version-of-printable-pantry-labels-in-two-styles/
Look at you go, Lia!! *so proud to have known you -before-* you became all famous. <3
Aww Cathy, you’re too sweet! 🙂
I enjoyed seeing you on Today and love the projects. Thank you so much for the templates, though I am thrilled to be a subscriber! Love the centerpiece — I’m going to try to duplicate that!
Thank you, Debbie!!
Saw you yesterday on the Today Show. So cute Craft Ideas for the Fourth of July. Thank you for the templates.
Thank you, Sue!! 🙂
I am having a VERY difficult time subscribing.
I am a very old lady so take that into consideriation.
Welcome, Joanne! I responded to your email– if you don’t see it, send an email to email@example.com and we’ll help you 🙂
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