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fourth of july tablescape {and DIY wreath}

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One of the things I love most about celebrating holidays is putting together easy decor and creating fun recipes that my family and guests can enjoy. Wanting to put a “twist” on my Fourth of July decor this year, I created printable decor and invitations, a festive snack mix, a creative wreath and more, all inspired by Twizzlers Twists and Twizzlers Pull N Peel. Scroll through this post for creative inspiration, links to download your own free printables, and an easy Fourth of July wreath tutorial!

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How adorable are these flag cupcakes? I took store-bought cupcakes, blueberries and Twizzlers Pull N Peel to create these little cuties. They took less than 10 minutes and add such a festive touch to the tablescape.

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This snack mix was such a fun treat to create. I took a variety of red, white and blue snacks, added some Twizzlers Bites, and voila…an easy and yummy snack mix that I know will be a hit!

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And now, can we talk about how much I love this wreath?

All you need is two packs of Twizzlers Pull N Peel, a foam wreath form, scissors and a hot glue gun:

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Step 1: Take a piece of the candy, and separate it into three sections of three, making sure to get one red piece, one blue piece and one white piece in each section.

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Step 2: Take your wreath form and wrap it in a piece of solid-colored fabric (I chose red).

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Step 3: Now the fun begins! One at a time, wrap a section of candy around your wreath form, securing the ends on the back with hot glue. Repeat all the way around your wreath.

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Halfway through!

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Almost done! Because the circumference of the outside of the wreath form is larger than the inside, they’ll be a bare spot at the top of your wreath. Just use this spot for either a bow or for hanging your finished wreath.

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To finish off the wreath, I took white foam stickers and decorated the bottom left side of the wreath.

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Now let’s take a look at some of the other details in this festive tablescape…

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There are two styles of printable water bottle labels–download them here and here.

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Download this Fourth of July printable here.

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And this subway style printable can be downloaded here. Both are best printed on 8×10 cardstock or glossy paper.

I’ve shared with you all my ideas for putting a “twist” on my Fourth of July celebration, and now I’d love to hear yours! What little details, crafts, recipes, etc. are you working on to make your own celebration special?

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Amy Anderson

Thursday 2nd of July 2015

Such a fun party - I'm coming over!

Lisa B.

Tuesday 30th of June 2015

This is just the cutest 4th of July party I've ever seen!! I LOVE the wreath, and my kids just devoured a package of those Twizzlers (pull 'n' peel) this weekend...haha!

Rosey

Tuesday 30th of June 2015

What a great wreath. It's easy and cute as it can be. Very festive!

Ashley @ Simply Designing

Tuesday 30th of June 2015

Oh wow this is super cute!

Michelle V.

Tuesday 30th of June 2015

Wow, amazing! Those flag cupcakes. Looks so yum! You're so creative. Can't wait for 4th of July!

Jeana B.

Tuesday 30th of June 2015

Wow, now that's awesome. Those flag cupcakes look so yummy! Mind inviting me to your party?!