Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Fourth of July Celebration Ideas and Link-up!

Happy Independence Day!

A few great ideas for the holidays...

 Love the simple decorating here..

Easy crafts to make it memorable...

Ballon fireworks for little ones at Martha Stewart

Great idea for sparklers from

If we have time we will probably try making this today!

Onto our linkup:

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  1. I love the tin can windsock! I don't have time to make them today, but I plan to make these later. I can just let the kids decorate them how they want ;)

    Thanks for sharing!

    Keri- A mom who is enjoying the homeschool elementary
    stage, of her homeschool journey!

  2. What wonderful ways to celebrate the 4th! I love looking over the posts you featured and the ones that linked up!

  3. Dear Keri,

    I think they are cute too. You are welcome!

    Many blessings...

  4. Dear JDaniel4's Mom,

    Thanks for the kind words--to God be the glory! Hope you visit again soon!

    Many blessings...


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