USA Cookies - I think one of the easiest ways to decorate is with food. You're going to serve it anyway, so why not make it part of the theme? ($18.50/dozen)
Patriotic Coasters - These are made from ceramic tiles and can be used indoors or out. Plus, I like that retro pattern. ($20)
Star Garland - I can see this against the side of a house, making a cute photo background. ($12)
Food Display - This image is actually for a printable party set, which is such a fun idea, but I liked the food arrangement, too. The old fashioned Coke bottles in the front are my favorite. ($35)
Pop Corn Cups - Ah, these are the cutest things ever. ($8)
Blue Luggage - It might not be a traditional 4th of July decoration, but this vintage suitcase could be handy for holding cups and paper plates. And then when the party's over, you can use it for storage. ($50)
Don't forget to check your house for red, white, and blue stuff you might already have laying around. That's how I do 80% of my seasonal decorating: look for stuff I forgot about. Are you having people over for the 4th? What's your favorite thing to bust out for a party? I make a mean cheese plate, if I do say so myself.
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