Eco-Friendly Fourth Of July

We love this simple decorating idea! Take paint chips you already have (or go stock up at your local hardware store) and punch out stars. If you don’t have a star hole-puncher, a regular one will still make a fun confetti look. Mix and match the punched out pieces onto opposite color paint chips, and voila! Another easy way to make a Fourth of July banner is to use old wrapping paper or tissue paper. Cut the paper into triangles, fold the tops over a piece of string or yarn, glue or tape them, and you’re done!

We like these Eco-Friendly craft ideas, too!

There are so many reusable napkins available for purchase on the beloved Etsy. However, we chose to feature these as they are only red and white (hold the blue!) and certainly reusable for many other holiday parties, such as Christmas, Valentine’s Day, and Memorial Day. They’d also work for every day use.

Reusable silverware is not only great for the planet, but also very “in” right now. So not only would these make you a great party host, they’d make you super hip, too. Win-win.

Lastly, we love these mason jars as they are great for the party, but also make wonderful party favors for each guest to take home. They are completely reusable, including the straws, and the jars are dishwasher friendly.

If you aren’t the crafty type, or you tend to wait until the last minute, we’re here to suggest this Fourth of July blog post. So many easy ideas to decorate and celebrate, most with things you already have in your home.

Have a safe and fun Fourth of July!

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