Whether you’re celebrating at home or with socially-distanced friends, we’ve compiled some of our favorite holiday décor, snacks, and fun games ideas to take your party to the next level! Keep reading to learn how we’re using Red Leaf Pre-Workout Energizer this 4th of July to fuel our celebration.
Patriotic Lollipop Topiary
This inexpensive DIY topiary doubles as a table centerpiece and a sweet treat for the kids. All you need for this DIY are blue and white suckers, a foam ball, and a decorative bucket. This topiary is guaranteed to please, and the cleanup will take care of itself!
Celebrate the 4th of July all month long with this fun décor idea! While this blogger recommends construction marking paint, you can also sprinkle baking flour over your stencil instead of paint if you prefer the stars to disappear a little quicker.
DIY Clothespin Wreath
While a little more time consuming, this DIY décor can be used to celebrate the 4th of July year after year. For this festive holiday wreath, you’ll need a 12-inch box wreath frame, 64-100 clothespins, red, white, and blue spray paint, 10 wooden stars, white craft paint, foam paint brushes, rubber gloves, a hot glue gun, and string or ribbon. Check out step-by-step directions from The Krazy Coupon Lady blog by clicking here!
Red Leaf Mocktail
A fan favorite for sure, a Red Leaf Mocktail is the perfect drink for the 4th of July! For this recipe, you’ll need Cranberry Lime Red Leaf, Blueberry Acai Red Leaf, Sparkling Water, and Water.
- Add ½ scoop of Cranberry Lime Red leaf Pre-Workout Energizer to shaker.
- Add ½ scoop of Blueberry Acai Red Leaf Pre-Workout Energizer to shaker.
- Add 4 ounces of water. Shake well.
- Pour over ice and add sparkling water. Enjoy!
4th of July Fruit Salsa
This recipe from YourCupofCake is a great side dish or snack for any 4th of July party. Jicama, blueberries, and strawberries come together to create the perfect patriotic treat! Clip the recipe here to make your own.
4th of July Charcuterie
Everyone loves a good charcuterie board, and this one from Garvin and Co. is a beautiful example of how you can make your favorite snacks party friendly! Try using a cookie cutter to shape cheeses and fruits into stars or arrange your board to mimic the stars and stripes of the flag. The possibilities are endless!
4th of July Oreo Truffles
This fun idea from Passion for Savings is an easy-to-make sweet treat that is sure to be a hit. Drizzle with red and blue colored candy melts for a patriotic twist on a cookout favorite!
“Snap Crackle Pop” Fun & Games Station
A games-station that keeps all the 4th of July staples neatly organized? Yes, please! By displaying bubbles, pop-its, and sparklers in these cute DIY jars, you can turn the kid’s game table into a cute décor area as well.
4th of July Tic Tac Toe
Looking for a game idea you can take on the road? Not only is this DIY Patriotic tic-tac-toe idea adorable, but it’s also a super portable option that you can take with you to a friend’s cookout or BBQ.
Tie-dye is all the rage right now! Tie-dying bandanas or t-shirts with your party guests is a great party activity that also doubles as a party favor. Check out this video from TulipColorCrafts on how to create perfect the firecracker tie-dye technique.