The 4th of July has always been one of my favorite holidays because we get to BBQ, shoot off fireworks, have fun parties and most importantly celebrate America’s independence.
Unfortunately the fourth of July falls in the dog days of summer, so we need a way to cool off, right? Most think a cocktail bar is enough but would about the kiddos? They need something to indulge in. Our friend Angie Holden, who I call the Mason Jar Queen, came up with the brilliant idea of an Ice Cream Party Bar. The best part about the party bar is that it’s simple to DIY even for a novice crafter. You don’t need to use label software to design and you don’t need to print either. Just peel and stick! 🙂
Labels Used In This Post:
Ice Cream You Scream
My sweet tooth is loving the looks of this.
Star Labels On Twine
Just press two star labels together around the twine then kick back with some ice cream and wine.
Fine Tip Marker’s Do The Trick
Give your printer a rest and break out the markers.
Custom Stars on Jars
Once you’ve got your label ready just peel and stick to your jars.
Get the kids involved and have them color in this fun sheet of USA shaped labels. The great part about this activity is that there’s no wrong or right way to do it.
Into This – AMERICA! Red, White & Blue Labels
Super awesome mason jars sporting the colors that don’t run.
Stars and Straws – Put Them Together and…
Dress up your straws with a flag.
Boom! Straw Flags
Turn a boring beverage into a patriotic crowd pleaser.
See the full blog post from The Country Chic Cottage and get more great ideas here.
Awesome 4th of July Freebie Printables
Choose from 5 free Rustic 4th of July BBQ printables. Perfect for printing on full sheet labels or card stock and cutting down to size. View the full post and download all of the free printables on Dimple Prints.
Patriotic Glitter Candle + Free Happy Fourth of July Chalkboard Printable from the always crafty Crystal Owens at A Pumpkin And A Princess. Print on full sheet labels or card stock and cut them down to size.