4th of July Party Idea: Patriotic Utensil Holders

One of my favorite holidays is coming up…the 4th of July! I love to decorate for the 4th and the celebrating is so low key and kick back…pancake breakfasts, barbecues, picnics, relaxing with friends & family… it’s all good stuff right there.   If you are awesome enough to host such a gathering I wanted to share a cute 4th of July party idea to do ahead of time and make your party just that much more patriotic!

4th of July Party Idea

These 4th of July Utensil holders don’t take long to put together and will add some fun to your party this summer!

4th of July Utensil Holders: Supplies Needed

What you’ll need:

4th of July Party Decor Idea!

All you need to do is fold your napkin as shown above and tie a bitty bag around it using the Divine Twine.  (I ended up liking it better without having the ends of the twine showing but it’s cute either way!)

4th of July Party Decor Idea from Landeelu.comNext, back your Love Mail sticky with the navy cardstock you’ve punched out and attach it to the twine using a glue dot or another adhesive.  Slip your plastic utensils in and you’re done!

Fourth of July Party Decor: Patriotic Utensil Holders-- so cute!

Put them in a basket or bucket at your picnic table and make it easy for guests to grab and get to eating your delicious food!

Fourth of July Party Utensil Holder Idea from landeelu.com

Speaking of barbecue, here are two of our favorite things to grill on the 4th or anytime!

Flank Steak Marinade Recipe

Flank Steak Marinade

 Honey Chicken Skewers Recipe from landeelu

Honey Chicken Skewers

 Have a wonderful day and 4th of July!

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  1. capturing joy with kristen duke says

    Love this, just pinned! I’m also headed over to check out that flank steak recipe.


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